Feelosophy 101: Navigating the Emotional Rollercoaster of Life

Being human means that we have feelings. Navigating our feelings and emotions is a skill we have to learn, especially in the working world. In this session, we'll dive into the philosophy of feelings and emotions. We'll discuss ways to embrace and learn from the ups and downs, turning the emotional rollercoaster into a thrilling ride.

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  • The outcomes of the live events has been mapped to the following competencies: Emotional regulation, Emotional display 
  • The live event is ideal for Continuing Professional Development and where required the necessary CPD accreditation is obtained from the professional body. For more information contact us.
  • We offer bulk registration discounts for group bookings on our live events. Please view our standard group registration rate card here. 
Event hosted by
Clive Vanderwagen
Ideal for
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
05 March 2024
Time (SAST)

The index below represents the structure of the Live Event. You will be able to access the information contained within the index once registered. On the day of the event, you will head over to section 2 below where the Live Event will be streamed. 

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Meet the instructor

Clive Vanderwagen

Clive Vanderwagen is a business owner of a company called ReadyPeople Training and Coaching Consultancy. Prior to this he worked as the Head of People and Development for Old Mutual IWyze and was a member of the company’s executive committee and strategic team. As a Training Specialist and Business Coach, his focus is on training and coaching people to be more effective and engaged in the workplace and in their client and stakeholder relationships. He has worked with companies such as Henkel, Tyme Bank, FNB, Nedbank, Sun International, Old Mutual Insure, iWyze, African Pride and Uber, and understand the dynamics of different corporations, industries and outputs.
He is passionate about growing individuals and teams of various levels to understand themselves and their environment better. During the span of his career he has been fortunate to have had exposure to many business disciplines.