Happiness Conference Panel: Workplace Well-Being


According to the Health Promotion Board (HPB), working Singaporeans face higher levels of stress and lower mental well-being than the general population. Since a working adult generally spends most of the day at work, cultivating a healthy workplace culture can have a positive spillover effect on other aspects of an individual’s life.

In this Panel Discussion, we have invited esteemed guests to share firsthand insights on promoting a culture of well-being in the workplace.

Attendance of this panel discussion is FREE.
This session is part of the annual Happiness Conference, organised by Happiness Initiative supported by National Youth Council.

P.S. The Zoom link for this panel will be given to you automatically upon registration.

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Moderator: Marc Van Huizen
Founder, Pique Performance
Marc conducts 1-1 coaching sessions, and designs & delivers personal development courses that simplify psychological research to optimise workplace behaviours and improve personal well-being.

Samuel Tan
Leader, Singapore Health Consulting
Samuel has 10 years of experience in managing and consulting on employee health & benefits programs for clients ranging from large multinationals to emerging start-ups across different industries.

Sofia Mavros
Consumer Insights APAC, Netflix
Sofia is working to destigmatize mental health and raise awareness around it by empowering employees with the tools and resources to enable them to show up as their bestselves to the things that matter.

Lyn Lee
Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Shell
Lyn has held HR leadership roles in the Commercial Downstream businesses. She is passionate and committed to driving workplace inclusion of People with Disabilities (PwD), different sexual orientation (LGBT+), and promoting care and de-stigmatising Mental Illness.

Happiness Initiative is a social enterprise that translates the science of happiness and well-being into actions people can take.

Hence, helping people live a more fulfilling life and take a preventive approach towards mental health conditions.

We focus on three areas - raising awareness on the science of wellbeing, translating research into practice and programmes, and building a community that promotes the practice of wellbeing.

At NYC, we believe in a world where young people are respected and heard, and have the ability to influence and make a difference to the world. Together with our partners, we develop future-ready youth who are committed to Singapore by instilling in them a heart for service, resilience and an enterprising spirit.

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Thu Nov 26, 2020
8:00 PM - 9:30 PM SGT
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