FUTURE-READY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING

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Deep Human Book Trailer

ABOUT US

Our Deep Human Approach

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Forest Wolf prepares people for the future through our unique Deep Human approach.


In a future of rapid change and artificial intelligence, what separates us from the robots are Deep Human abilities such as self-awareness, empathy,  creativity and collaboration. 


These social emotional superskills that will help us to focus amidst the noise, engage with others deeply and build a successful and resilient life no matter what lies ahead.


Who do we work with?

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Forest Wolf partners with clients to advise them on how to prepare for the future through talent development strategies and leadership skills education.


We have taught more than 20,000 people and worked with some of the leading future ready organisations in the world, ranging from global banks, tech giants, the entire biopharma sector in Singapore and government agencies.


We using the latest technology from psychology, neuroscience and leadership to transform culture & skills.


Our specialities are:

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  • Leadership Training
  • Future-readiness consultancy
  • Retreats
  • Mindfulness & EQ
  • Curriculum design
  • Coaching
  • Millennial Talent attraction & retention

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HIGHLIGHTS

Forest Wolf's keynote at Wisdom 2.0 San Francisco 

Crystal Lim-Lange's speech on the relevance of Universities at the  Eurasian Higher Education Leaders Forum 2019 in  Kazakhstan

4 New Career Strategies that actually work - on Channel NewsAsia 938LIVE

Dr. Gregor Lim-Lange at the inaugural Singapore Mindfulness Conference 2018

Is our Education system "Future-ready"? 

Crystal's interview with Money Mind on Channel NewsAsia 

Skills of the Future  - Can Universities teach them?  A fireside chat with Crystal & Ben Nelson, Founder of Minerva Project

What people say

Corporate Leaders

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  “Crystal and Greg blend the latest research, and their unique and diverse experience with pragmatic advice on how each of us can lead a more meaningful and successful life, even as the world around us becomes increasingly demanding.” 

Loren I. Shuster, Chief People Officer at The LEGO Group 

  

“ Leaders who want to create a high-performance culture will not want to miss Deep Human.”

Chng Sok Hui, Chief Financial Officer, DBS Bank

  

“Crystal and Greg have a talent for making extremely complicated subjects come across as easy to understand. An entertaining, thoughtful and practical book, this is the missing manual we all need for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.” 

Patrick Grove, Group CEO of Catcha Group, Chairman and Co-founder of iflix 

  

“Crystal and Greg are the rare combination of Eastern and Western cultures, corporate leadership and psychology academic experience, masculine and feminine perspectives. I loved how they combined their talents to produce this powerful and fascinating take on living successfully in the modern world.” 

James Tutton, Co-founder and Director of Smiling Mind, Director of Neometro  


“Crystal and Greg’s engaging book really makes the case for “doubling down on human skills “ in a very enjoyable read. The examples and exercises bring concepts to life and really cover the “so what” aspect that many books miss out on.’

Elaine Yew, Senior Partner and Global Co-Head of Leadership Advisory Practice, Egon Zehnder  

Education Thought Leaders

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“Crystal and Greg are perhaps one of the most powerful proponents of what it takes to make our students and hence universities produce Future Ready Graduates. They bring to us cutting- edge research and practice which make you want to disrupt what you have today and change, before we become obsolete.” 

Dr Pradeep Nair, Deputy Vice-chancellor and Chief Academic Officer at Taylor's University 


“Crystal and Gregor are pioneers of innovative, effective methods in social-emotional learning, leadership and positive neuroplasticity. With great personal integrity, they have a deep commitment to the lasting welfare of others.” 

Rick Hanson, PhD, New York Times bestselling author of Hardwiring Happiness, Buddha's Brain and Resilient  

  

Greg and Crystal tell us a story in which developing fundamental human skills is the best response to the challenges of profound, continuous and fast change. The authors not only select five essential ‘deep human superskills’ through years of professional experience, but also explain how to learn them, in what order and for what purpose. At the end, the book delivers the simple, but often forgotten, recipe to thrive in the world of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: be more human not less.” 

Francesco Mancini, Associate Dean and Co-director (Executive Education) of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore 


"Crystal is passionate about mindset change and social intelligence programmes. Roots & Wings became a flagship success with the students and a mainstay of future-ready skills development for the University. Her hands-on leadership, willingness to push boundaries and ability to connect with students and senior stakeholders served her very well. Her energy and enthusiasm can be infectious!" 

- Mitesh Patel, Managing Director, Black & Veatch, Member of National University of Singapore's Industry Advisory Board

READ CRYSTAL'S MOST RECENT COMMENTARIES FOR CHANNEL NEWSASIA

What 2019's graduating job seekers need to know (CNA's MOST READ COMMENTARY FOR JUNE 2019)

Don’t despair in the maze of finding a job.   Graduates need to believe that they have something valuable to  contribute to the world, says Forest Wolf’s Crystal Lim-Lange.

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Commentary: What you need to know about Career Mobility

Advice for job seekers: Look at your career as a developing a three-part story, says Forest Wolf’s Crystal Lim-Lange.

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Commentary: Career Mobility is the new Career Stability

Long gone is the notion that the ideal CV has a narrow, vertical progression, says Forest Wolf’s Crystal Lim-Lange.

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Commentary: Here’s what Singapore’s human capital index in a world of disruption should look like

The World Bank Human Capital Index released  this week doesn’t quite gauge how ready our youths are facing a  volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world, says CEO of  consultancy Forest Wolf.

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