The Conscious Zone works to encourage and empower you; helping you bring about effective change.
Who we are:
Founded in 2015, The Conscious Zone specialises in executive, leadership and individual coaching based on Mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) practices.
We provide tailor-made training programmes, run workshops and give presentations in a variety of professional and educational settings across Singapore.
Mallika Kripalani is a highly qualified and experienced executive coach and mindfulness trainer.
She began her professional life in the corporate world of reinsurance where she held high-profile and demanding roles in sales, marketing and business development before moving into teaching.
Mallika is Associate Faculty at Singapore Management University (SMU) LKC School of Business Mindfulness Initiative, and is a facilitator for Potential Project – an organisation that aims to create a more human world of work by harnessing the full potential of the mind. She is a Member of the Association for Coaching, the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce and the Financial Women’s Association.
In 2017, she was awarded a Certificate of by Appreciation by Minister of Education, Ng Chee Meng for her work with the Tampines and Punggol People Associations.
Accreditation and training:
- B.A (Hons), B. Primary Education
- Accredited Foundation Executive Coach (Association for Coaching)
- Acceptance and Commitment Trainer
- Facilitator at Potential Project
- Mindfulness Curriculum Educator (Mindful Schools)
- MOE Registered Instructor
- Six Bricks Facilitator Level 1&2
- Mallika is the first certified Prosocial Matrix Communication Process (PMCP) Facilitator in Singapore.
What is Acceptance and Commitment Training?
Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) is an evidence based approach that has been proven to improve resilience, enhance performance and reduce stress. It does this by supporting the development of psychological flexibility.
Psychological flexibility is the ability to see clearly; to be aware of your thoughts and emotions, but not be driven by them. Psychological flexibility allows you to adapt and be responsive to external demands and changing situations whilst remaining committed to your valued goals.
Why use mindfulness in coaching?
Mindfulness is the practice of focusing your attention on the current moment with openness and curiosity. When we are mindful, we are paying attention to the now.
Drawing on mindful practices during the coaching process creates space for reflection, increases focus and allows for more meaningful communication.
Learning how to think and act mindfully has been shown to have a positive impact on everyday life – including in the workplace. It can help reduce stress and feelings of overwhelm, increase empathy, facilitate creativity, support problem-solving and allow for better absorption of new information.
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