Many Faces of Wellbeing at Work

Date(s) - 14/01/2021
6:00 pm - 7:45 pm

Huone Singapore

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FBC invites you to the 2021 first workshop “Many Faces of Wellbeing at Work”.

How to think about wellbeing at work? As the challenges and circumstances at work change, so does our need for understanding wellbeing. This lecture and workshop combination discusses the many faces of wellbeing at work, from past to present and onwards to what the future of wellbeing at work holds. The lecture draw upon a variety of sources, including happiness studies, organisation studies, and applied philosophy. The take-aways from this lecture and workshop include practical insights about how to think about and lead your own and others’ wellbeing within a work community. Many new paths of thought about wellbeing emerge once the traditional “I” is substituted with a “We”.

The workshop will be a hybrid event separated into two parts: Session 1 (introduction) for both online & onsite participants and Session 2 (workshop) for onsite participants only, max. 20 pax. Please, see registration options.

FBC follows the current COVID-19 regulations and onsite SafeEntry registration & temperature measuring will be performed.

The webinar is a public event and the organizer reserves the rights to post event photos on social media. Zoom meeting registrants will receive a Zoom meeting link with a password in the afternoon on January 14, 2021.





Peter Kenttä (Dr. Sci.) is a management educator, university lecturer and organisational change consultant. In 2020, he finished his pathbreaking dissertation on wellbeing in organisations, pinpointing wellbeing as a communicative and interactional phenomenon amongst co-workers. He regularly lectures about wellbeing, leadership and organisational development at Aalto University, Finland. As a consultant in Filosofian Akatemia, Peter has a decade of experience consulting and educating company boards about leadership development, change management and how to improve wellbeing at work. Outside of work, you may find him dragon boating on Kallang or ‘crushing it’ at a gym in Tiong Bahru.










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