Quantum Leadership Retreat: The Shift to Flourishing

The Quantum Leadership Retreat for senior global leaders is designed to change who you are at a deep intuitive level, combining embodied-experiential learning with analytic-cognitive skill development.

Program Details

Quantum Leadership Retreat: The Shift to Flourishing

This is a Retreat where you will:
Shift mindset and actions towards leader-as-integrator who inspires creativity and collaboration
Build adaptive skills to flourish in environments of rapid change
Integrate consistent practices that create wealth and serve humankind
Collaborate with a global network of like-minds that are aligned with elevating their leadership from I-to-We
This Retreat will launch Q1 2019 in Suzhou, China at SANGHA by Octave - an immersive ex-urban retreat spread over 189,000 square meters of lakefront peninsula on Suzhou’s Yang Cheng Lake. SANGHA by Octave, just an hour and a half from the center of Shanghai, is a place for mindful learning designed to enhance your connections with yourself, with others and with nature.
SANGHA by Octave is an integrated complex of wellness residences and learning facilities consciously created by master architect Calvin Tsao to be the embodiment of a vision of how such a community might work. One of the spaces within SANGHA by Octave - The Sanctuary - has won numerous architectural awards for its stunning design, elaborate interiors and exteriors, including UK Blueprint Awards, 2017 APIDA and the A&D Trophy Awards.
Date:  Q1 2019 at SANGHA by Octave in Suzhou, China
Price:  Residential Retreat for 3Days / 2 Nights, RMB 25,000 at FELLOW TRAVELER in SANGHA by Octave (including accommodation + food & beverage)
To learn more, please contact Margie Chiang: margiechiang@livingoctave.com

Who will lead the Quantum Leadership Retreat?

Frederick Chavalit Tsao
Chairman, IMC Pan Asia Alliance
and Founder & CEO, Octave
Founder & Chairman,
Family Business Network Asia

Fred is the fourth generation steward of a, more than 100 years old, family business.
He joined his family business at the age of 20 and by age 37, took over as Chairman of
IMC Group. Fred has served on numerous maritime and non-profit organizations,
notably as Chairman of Intercargo, an international dry cargo shipping organization for
7 years. Fred is naturally curious and passionate in learning and seeking cutting edge
innovation. He believes that family business can make a difference to the evolution of
business in its role in society and advocates that evolution is the key and
consciousness is the ultimate capital.

Having been in business for more than 40 years in business, his primary goal now,
is to help shape the next generation of business practices. He seeks to promote a new
leadership model that fuses eastern wisdom and western science, and offers those
working in for-profit enterprises a powerful guide to a more holistic, life-centered way
of being. In the emerging fields of quantum physics, evolutionary biology,
neurophysiology, and consciousness research, he sees evidence in the
interconnectedness and essential oneness of the world. After many years of research
and contemplation, Fred built Octave, a business model which is an expression of
Fred’s world view of business role in society.


Chris Laszlo, PhD, 
Professor of Organizational Behavior,
Weatherhead School of Management,
Case Western Reserve University

As one of the originators of the concept of sustainable value,
Chris Laszlo, PhD, reframes sustainability as a business opportunity,
turning environmental and social risks into drivers of innovation, greater
employee engagement, and a new, inimitable source of competitive
advantage. Laszlo is the author of five books, including Flourishing
Enterprise: The New Spirit of Business (2014), Embedded Sustainability:
The Next Big Competitive Advantage (2011), and Sustainable Value:
How the World’s Leading Companies are Doing Well by Doing Good
(2008), all from Stanford University Press.


Sook Yee Tai,
Executive Director, AITIA Institute;
Senior Corporate Executive & Mindfulness Practitioner

Sook Yee Tai has been with the IMC Pan Asia Alliance Group since 2007,
heading up various functions and business groups. In the IMC Group, she
was the Group Managing Director of the Industrial Business Group, which
employs more than 10,000 employees with offices across 16 countries.
Sook Yee now oversees AITIA Institute, working to journey with family
businesses and enterprises to support and transform its leadership and
practices, so they can evolve to support sustainability.