Two opportunities to train: Mindfulness-Based Strategic Awareness (MBSAT)
MBSAT Teacher Training in Europe and
MBSAT Teacher Training in Asia
MBSAT Teacher Training (MBSAT-TT) Europe
The first intake of MBSAT-TT in Europe was successfully completed. The entire cohort from all over the world (Europe, Asia, Latin America, Middle East) concluded all four modules that took place near Barcelona, Spain, and near Zurich, Switzerland.
The second intake for the year 2019, again hosted by IE University, Madrid, Spain, is about to start recruiting under the more flexible format adopted in Asia. The first one-week module will take place end of July (22-26 July 2019) and the second towards the end of the year (4-8 November 2019).
For more information on the new format you may refer to the brochure of MBSAT-TT Asia, a program hosted by Singapore Management University
MBSAT Teacher Training (MBSAT-TT) Asia
The Mindfulness Initiative at Singapore Management University SMU is launching the MBSAT Teacher Training for Asia in 2019 with Professor Jochen Reb, the founder and director of MI@SMU, as host and co-teacher:
Professor Reb teaches organizational development at SMU. His research focus is mindful leadership and mindful decision-making. He is co-editor of the book, “Mindfulness in Organizations” (Cambridge University Press 2015) and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and chapters.
Juan H. Young and Jochen Reb form an outstanding instructor team combining business experience in leading positions with science, research expertise and decades of mindfulness practice.
SMU is the most prestigious and fastest growing business school in South-East Asia and is an excellent match for MBSAT, a protocol for mindfulness in the workplace and in organizations.
The two one-week modules in Singapore (or at a retreat site nearby) are planned from 6-11 May 2019 and 25-30 November 2019.
The Goals of MBSAT and MBSAT-TT
Mindful strategic awareness
More skillful decisions
More sustainable wellbeing
(unskillful decisions are major source of stress in life)
Closing of the 4th and last module at the beautifully renovated monastery Kartause Ittingen near Zurich, Switzerland
with Norman Kurtis, Vice Dean of Behavior and Human Development at IE University, Madrid Spain, on the far right and
Dr. Juan Humberto Young, Academic Director of MBSAT-TT and of the Executive Master in Positive Leadership, Strategy and Transformation at IE University on the far left
MBSAT-TT Asia, launching in 2019
Juan H, Young giving a public talk on Mindfulness-Based Strategic Awareness at Singapore Management University SMU in October 2018, ahead of the launch of the MBSAT-TT Asia in 2019
Juan H. Young giving an introduction to MBSAT in cooperation with Professor Jochen Reb to a group of professionals from Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan at Singapore Management University SMU in October 2018