The original 2-day mindfulness-based emotional intelligence training program developed at Google.
Designed and tested at Google, the SIY program teaches mindfulness and emotional intelligence skills that lead to sustained peak performance, strong collaboration and effective leadership.
The two-day interactive program includes:
Participants will experience lasting improvements, including:
The SIY program typically holds 20-80 participants and can be customized for a variety of participants, including:
Jean-Christophe Trentinella is a Speaker, Consultant and Search Inside Yourself Certified - the groundbreaking mindfulness, emotional intelligence and leadership programme based on neuroscience and born at Google. With more than 20 years of international expertise in education, higher education and culture and a mindfulness practice of over three decades, he helps leaders and organisations build thriving work cultures and navigate everyday work and life challenges with more clarity, efficiency and resilience. Jean-Christophe has facilitated programmes and workshops in the UK, the United States, France, Austria, and Australia with Johns Hopkins University, The International Agency for Atomic Energy, The University of Adelaide & Georgia Southern University.
Abigail Somma offers trainings in mindfulness and emotional intelligence, with the goal of creating more connected, engaged and creative workplaces. She has facilitated for groups in Vienna, New York, London and Bratislava, and has teacher-training certificates from the the Nalanda Institute of Contemplative Science (NYC) and Search Inside Yourself (San Francisco), the renown Google-born course taught in companies around the world. She is also a writer with experience in speechwriting, playwriting and journalism. Past employers/clients have included the UN, the World Bank, UNICEF, think tanks, NGOs and others; and her plays have been performed in NYC, LA and abroad. While she believes institutions have a role in promoting peace, she has come to believe that peace comes to the world one person at a time."