Course Information

Date06 Dec 2017, Wed
Time9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
VenueRoyal Plaza on Scotts Singapore Hotel Including Tea breaks and International Gourmet Buffet Lunch at Award winning Carousel Restaurant (Halal Certified)
FeeS$ 500 (Nett)
S$ 300 (After 40% PIC Cash)
9767 9686 / 6278 9785

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Managing Workplace Emotions: How to Succeed and Not Fall Apart

- Gain hands-on experience applying tools for setting priorities and adjusting to shifting demands with greater clarity


Are you able to control your anger or frustration at work? Do you keep your feelings bottled up inside and blow up later? Are you managing your emotions or are your emotions managing you?

Numerous studies have shown that job stress is the major source of stress for working adults and the amount of stress has escalated over the last few decades.

These studies show that:

  • 87% of workers worldwide are emotionally disconnected from their workplace and are unlikely to be productive.
  • 62% of workers find they end their work day with neck pain, stressed-out eyes, and difficulty sleeping.
  • 25% of workers reported they feel like screaming because of job stress, and many are concerned about a colleague at work becoming violent.

At this workshop, learn tools that will help you manage your emotions that lead to job stress. Practise how to express yourself openly and honestly and build better relationships. By managing your emotions and balancing your physical, mental and spiritual aspects of your life, you will do better at work and in your personal life.



Your ability to stay calm under pressure could be the difference between the success you desire to create in your life, and complete and utter failure

  • Identify the causes of your workplace stress
  • Understand the connection between perception, emotion and stress
  • Learn to balance the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of your life
  • Better manage your emotions at your workplace and at home
  • Be able to create a better working environment that has less stress



Manage your emotions and stress and be more successful at work

  • Identify common causes of stress in your workplace
  • Determine your levels of work-related and personal stress
  • Recognise how you contribute to your own levels of stress
  • Understand the connection between perception, emotion and stress
  • A closer look at your feelings and emotional well-being
  • Techniques to manage your emotions and stress
  • Create an action plan to manage your emotions and stress and be more successful at work



Managers, executives and business professionals who want to succeed and not fall apart emotionally in their professional and personal life.



“The course has improved my productivity immensely.”
– Manager, Berjaya Group

“They should have taught me this long ago.”
– Operations Manager, Port of Singapore Authority

“I’ve never been so interested in all the courses I’ve attended.”
– Vice President, DBS Bank



Wong Peng Wai is a management consultant and corporate trainer. An affable and engaging trainer, Peng Wai has conducted hundreds of workshops on change management, time management and systems thinking in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.

As a consultant, Peng Wai has done more than thirty large projects on change management, information technology, banking systems and human resource planning.

Before starting his training company, Peng Wai was head of investment banking technology at Citibank N.A. and consulting manager at Union Bank of Switzerland.

With a M.B.A. and a B.Eng., Peng Wai is a certified trainer in critical thinking, a presentation skills coach and a member of the Association for Talent Development.

10 Years of successful track records

Our clients share our passion for people development. We take a long term view of relationships and the
deep and sustained impact has been greatly fulfilling. We have trained over 26,000 learners to date.

NUS - National University of Singapore
PSA - The World's Port of Call
PUB - Water for All Conserve, Value, Enjoy
Singapore Airlines
Singapore Tourism Board
Standard Chartered
WDA - Singapore Workforce Development Agency