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Workshop on 6 Ways to a Flourishing Life – PERMA + CS

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Programme Highlights

In engineers’ life, there are many goals which young engineers want, but may find it hard to achieve. How to train up a positive mindset to overcome the negative attitude to accomplish more? This workshop will focus on how to live a flourishing life in a psychological perspective.

This workshop will introduce to young members with the following ways to achieve a flourishing life:

- Identify your and others’ character strengths and make appropriate use of them to achieve your goal.

- Accept both negative and positive emotions and find ways to turn negative emotions into positive ones.

- Develop growth mindset and perseverance in facing failure and have alternative interpretation of accomplishment.

- Formulate your meaning of work and meaning of life.


Cantonese (with presentation materials in English)


Dr. KWOK LAI Yuk Ching Sylvia, Associate Professor

Dr. Sylvia Kwok is an Associate Professor in the Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences at the City University of Hong Kong. Her research mainly focuses on the family ecological and positive psychological factors that are related to anxiety, depression and suicide of children and adolescents. She has published over 60 papers related to children and adolescent mental health problems, parenting and positive education in high-impact international refereed journals. She has been granted various teaching awards by local universities.

Registration & Enquiries

This seminar is free of charge and the number of participants is limited to 500. The applications will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis with priority given to Registered Young Members. For registration, please visit https://forms.gle/bgpgeTf8H9huFdyb8

Successful applicants will be noticed individually. For enquiries, please contact Mr. Tommy Chan by e-mail: hkie.npg@gmail.com





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