The SHKP Reading Club is holding a Thoughtful Reading: The Key to Your Career Planning seminar in May with three employment experts sharing their reading experience, following the conclusion of its Women's Well-being Reading Seminar series in March. Meanwhile, the Club recently staged the Recycle Your Read book donation campaign to encourage the public to share the happiness of reading.
Wage-earners may spend most of their time at workplace. Interpersonal relationships with clients, colleagues and supervisors are crucial to career development, and this is no easy matter unless one has developed high level of virtue and strong capability. At the Thoughtful Reading: The Key to Your Career Planning seminar in mid-May, veteran human resources management and strategic planning consultant Armstrong Lee, former President of Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management Wilfred Wong and Chief Operating Officer of RoadShow Holdings Ltd. Thomas Lo will update the audience on labour market and talk about the keys to success in the workplace. They will also recommend good books for self-enrichment. See the SHKP Reading Club Facebook page for details.
Nowadays, women place great emphasis on independent living and self-determination. The Club's Women's Well-being Reading Seminar series in March comprised two sessions delivered by writer and spiritual healer Su Hei and Hong Kong's first mindfulness yoga teacher Janet Lau. Both guests expounded on ways to build peace of mind. In the session titled Reading, Solitude and Graciousness, Su Hei explained how old wounds can be healed by reading and sound therapy, and offered tips for dealing with complicated problems. The Reading for Body and Soul session had Janet Lau coached the audience to make the most of today. Letting the past go, refraining from worry about the future and building self-confidence were some of the tricks.
Book lovers often have a hard time finding space to keep their libraries. The Club has launched a Recycle Your Read book donation campaign to encourage people to share resources and the pleasure of reading. Books in good condition and with wholesome content can be dropped off at various collection points during the campaign.
See the SHKP Reading Club Facebook page for details.