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Music, history and secrets of business psychology

October 13, at the Glinka Museum of Musical Culture was held a traditional autumn meeting of the International club “Business Partnership” and the Business club “Women of future Russia”.

The place where the meeting took place, gave its special charm to the event. The participants gathered in the elegant interior of the museum. At the very beginning guests were able to enjoy the sound of the oldest pipe organ of Russia. Johann Sebastian Bach was performed by organist Katherina Getseleva. The amazing aura of the museum was a great pleasure for all participants.

Another pleasant surprise was a visit to a unique interactive exhibition of the history of our country «Anthem of Russia», where everyone could learn something new and felt himself a part of a great country. After getting acquainted with the exhibition visitors were able to see a permanent exhibition of the museum with a magnificent collection of rare musical instruments.

During the business part of the meeting, the Chairman of the Board of the club Olga Irzun told about the results of already held events and activities of the club, and presented scheduled events.

The speaker of the next part of the meeting was a known neuropsychologist, PhD, general director of the Psychological center «Home» Svetlana Shishkova. Her topic was «Neyrokouching: personal development and career». Svetlana presented the modern psychological practices that help to harmonize the internal attitude, build relationships with colleagues, partners and loved ones. Guests hwere able to ask questions and discuss the psychological aspects of the business relationship.

The evening continued with a creative program, prepared jointly with the Charity Foundation for the development of musical culture «Bel сanto». The concert included the «Musical Offering» performed by the winners of prestigious international and Russian competitions – Tatiana Lanskaya (soprano), Ivan Ipatov (piano) and Stanislav Yaroshevsky (flute).

The meeting ended with a stand-up party, at which the guests were able to communicate in an informal way.