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On Show: Channel U

Celebrating a successful collaboration between Smart@Work 3 with Mediacorp Channel U, Louis has had the honour of representing Morphos as a “boss” on the show to coach the youths starting out on their careers. Stay tuned to Channel U, 8pm on 12th and 19th March and catch Smart @ Work 3!

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Morphos on Oman Times

After a successful run of PEAKS leadership training for the emerging leaders in Oman, we are featured on the local newspaper in Oman, where the participants responded positively to the programme and mentioned that the programme is helpful for leadership development. We have also received high regards from the CEO and look forward to future opportunities for work together.


PEAKS Self-Discovery Workshop

PEAKS seremban workshop

Our PEAKS Self-Discovery Workshop in Seremban (Feb, 2015) is a special one, as the graduates of our PEAKS facilitator training course are involved not only as helpers, but leading parts of the workshop and facilitating the small group discussions with the participants.

Congratulations for the job well done!

To: Kelvin, James, Cactus, Kah Hui for successfully leading the PEAKS workshop and its activities

To: Alice, Wendy and Jack for facilitating the small group discussions

Leadership Breakthrough Course

The Sultanate of Oman is a beautiful country with marvelous people. Our hosts are very friendly and brought us around to see many beautiful spots. We are very honoured to be invited to partner with them through change. Looking forward to the next trip!

~ Louis

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tips for improving parent-child communication 改善亲子沟通技巧 (2): Listen don’t lecture.

tips for improving parent-child communication 改善亲子沟通技巧 (2): Listen don’t lecture. 倾听但不训导。

Allow them the opportunity to share their concerns with you and hold back from offering an opinion unless it is clear they need your advice. Let your child know that what she has to say is important. Give them your undivided attention, maintain eye contact so they know you are paying attention. 允许您的孩子有机会与您分享他们所关注/疑虑的问题,但不要给予意见/建议,除非您的孩子明确表示需要您的意见/建议。让您的孩子知道您很重视他/她所说的。给予他们一心一意的关注,保持目光接触,让他们知道你很重视他们。

Tips for improving parent-child communication 改善亲子沟通技巧 (1): Start early. From the time your child learns to talk, make yourself available to listen. 尽早开始。当您的孩子开始学说话时,花时间去倾听。

Tips for improving parent-child communication 改善亲子沟通技巧 (1): Start early. From the time your child learns to talk, make yourself available to listen. 尽早开始。当您的孩子开始学说话时,花时间去倾听。

Imagine you have a water barrel, the floor underneath the barrel is wet from leaks. What will you do about it?

The water barrel is a metaphor for the context we are in and the situations we often face. On a personal level, the water barrel could be our character, which may seem good to others on the outside, but which may be in fact riddles with leaky holes. In time, if these holes are not patched up, the water within us – which could stand for our credibility or social capital, will leak away, and what is left is emptiness, what use would that be?
这水桶可代表我们所处的环境,与常面对的事情。在个人领域方面,这水桶或许可以代表着我们的品格,虽完整,但有漏洞。若不赶紧修补,在我们以内的水 – 可代表个人的信用 – 将会渐渐流失,留下内在的空缺。

What if the barrel represents our families? What will the water be? One thought is that the water represents our family relationships. If there is more water, then the members are closer together and that the family is able to walk through difficult times as a unit. And if that relationship leaks out or is polluted by unwanted third party, the family could be

destroyed as a result. So, then what can we do about it?

We will be beginning a series to explore the area of Parent-Child communication and offer tips to empower you to plug the holes in your family and stop the leaks.

“You’re not listening to me!” Parents say this all the time to their children. The reverse is true as well – children often tell their parents they’re not listening to them. Good communication between parent and child is essential to building a child’s self esteem and fostering a mutual respect, whether parenting a toddler or a teenager. However, communication does not happen overnight, and it is not a one-time or occasional thing. Communicating with your child has to happen early, and often.

Here is a tip for improving parent-child communication 以下是改善亲子沟通的技巧 (1):

Start early. From the time your child learns to talk, make yourself available to listen. 尽早开始。当您的孩子开始学说话时,花时间去倾听。

Counting What Counts

Let us ponder about the few learning points below:

Are we counting that which matters? Are we focused on the relationships that make us human? Are we achieving the synergy between people that was meant to be?

What signifies your life? What matters in your family? What counts in your business team?

Morphos Connecting, Serving and Celebrating:

In Morphos, we seek to make the emotional connections between the work that we do and the differences our actions make. From the translation of the PEAKS profiles to the coaching of our clients, we constantly strive to connect, to serve and to celebrate. We want to be connected to your story, your understanding of the issue at hand, allowing us to serve with listening ears and creative solutions, so as to celebrate your victorious future, and the differences we have made together.

Happiness is love, full-stop.

Through one of the longest longitudinal studies tracking 268 men from the time they entered college till old age (over 70 years), George Vaillant, lead researcher concludes that “Happiness is love, full-stop”.

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