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"Emergenetics Profiling" Workshop by by Emerging Journey Asia (EJA) with Deafmoolah

Date: 4th August 2012, Saturday
Time: 2pm - 6pm
Venue: P& A Smart Solution (M) Sdn Bhd,
Level 2 Wisma YPR, Lorong Kapar Off
Jalan Syed Putra 58200 Kuala Lumpur

Special Promotion for Deaf/ Hearing Impaired only!
RM 100 for 1 pax
RM 180 for 2 pax (if you bring your friend)
Original price for hearing RM 450
(to attend the workshop "Emegrenetic Profiling"

As Deafmoolah co-founder, I am writing this details about my experience with "Emergenetics". For me, it's a brain-based assessment of thinking and behaviour, but not just learning about my personality, but I also learning something from Deaf social community. So, I think it's extremely helpful, especially when you're Deaf, how you can work with someone on a project. And encourage you to understanding how people think, communicate and interact with them since you are Deaf, living in two worlds; Deaf and Hearing. 

Mostly Deaf people are social thinker, and always support each other in a strong community or group. They love to help their friends..They are influenced each other since they are living in same community. For Hearing world, who are you to them? You know everyone is different, correct? How you can understand the different person in the hearing community? You really want to be same level of independent thinking and intellectual curiosity as them?
Image credited by  http://www.emergenetics.com
1. Analytical thinking happens in the left hemisphere of the brain and is essential to making more objective, less biased decisions. As a leader, this is the function that helps you look at existing research and data, examine options, and question what will or will not work.

2. Structural thinking also takes place in the left part of the brain and ensures that you come up with a plan that is doable. It is the methodical, sequential process that helps maximize results, and minimize pitfalls.

3. Social thinking is a right-brain tendency that allows a leader to listen, build successful teams, relate to people, and develop and inspire others.

4. Conceptual thinking is right-brain, visionary thinking that jumpstarts innovation. Ideas that connect the dots and come out of left field can invigorate your organization.

Expressiveness is a behavior style you use to communicate your ideas. It affects how you relate to people and sets the course for the way you speak with others.

Assertiveness is a behavior style you use to put your ideas to work. An effective leader is assertive enough to make things happen, but not so assertive that others are stymied.

Flexibility is a behavior style you bring to the way you get things done. It determines not only your openness to other points of view, but also your ability to thrive in undefined (or very defined) situations.

If you really look inside your head though, effective leadership is in you and we can share our results, you can speak about yourself, how to change yourself, or want to think forward to innovative and more connected to others?

If you interested in this workshop/ questions to answer on 21st July, Saturday. Meet Deafmoolah Team and Ms Sangeeta Kaur at YMCA Cafe, 3pm - 4pm.

An article published by DeafMoolah - a collaborative non-profit organization envisioned to be the information centre of all pertinent financial information for the Deaf community.  It is an organization managed by the Deaf for the Deaf. DeafMoolah team is made up of Selina Ooi, Daphne Eng and James Chua with Carol Yip as Advisor.

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