About Wendy Quan
Wendy Quan, founder of The Calm Monkey, is the industry leader helping organizations implement self-sustaining mindfulness meditation programs and integrating change management techniques to help people through difficult change.
1) Mindfulness Meditation Facilitator Training & Certification
2) Dealing with Change TOOLKIT
Her clients are organizations and individuals worldwide.
The pioneer and leader in training & certifying mindfulness meditation facilitators, and combining change management and mindfulness to help people through change.
A snapshot of Wendy Quan:
A certified organizational change manager since 2007, with a long career in corporate roles in change management, human resources, organizational development and information technology.
Since 2011, she has been helping organizations implement successful mindfulness practices in their workplaces.
Conference and keynote speaker.
Wendy's Facilitator Training course was taught at The Greater Good Science Center of UC Berkeley in 2015, as part of the 'Mindfulness & Well-Being at Work' conference.
Partnered with Mindful Society Global Institute.
Partnered with the British Columbia's 'Chartered Professionals in Human Resources' - who provides Wendy's training to their membership.
The Successful Body book co-author, launched February 2021.
Founded the Vancouver Change Management Practitioner’s community of practice, the predecessor group of the ACMP Vancouver chapter.
Helping people create a better experience of life and helping organizations realize the benefits of this important life practice is Wendy's passion.
Combining change management (helping people through change) with meditation and mindfulness has resulted in remarkable personal resilience and stress reduction for participants, which in turn, helps increase organizational resiliency.
Helping people create a better experience of life.
Wendy's personal story:
Wendy believes her personal history mirrors many people's lives today. Living a typical western life of being very busy with a career and family, not too self-aware of how very stressed she was, she had little regard for her state of being. In 2010, Wendy was diagnosed with cancer, and the life she knew came to a halt. She decided to apply her knowledge of change management to herself -- 'how was she going to react given a situation she had no control over?'
She decided to make sizable changes to her lifestyle, including making meditation and mindfulness a serious part of her everyday life. This practice gave her the strength to change her perspective and deal with this life changing event.
In 2011, by request from co-workers, Wendy started teaching meditation and mindfulness to a small group at work. Full of uncertainty (because in 2011, meditation was a closet practice and not discussed at work), based on many sources of learning and personal practice, trial and error, she put herself 'out there' and the chain reaction began.
The case study of Wendy's beginnings is documented in the award-winning white paper "Meditation - a Powerful Change Management Tool" which opened up Wendy's vision to create her mindfulness meditation facilitator training & certification program in 2014.
Now, she is grateful to have had the opportunity to have taught over 2,000 people about mindfulness and meditation, and over 375 facilitators worldwide.
Join Wendy in helping people create a better experience of life,
personally and at work.
Consider becoming a mindfulness meditation facilitator if this calls to you.
Please send Wendy a private email at Wendy@TheCalmMonkey.com.