Event Details

The practice of Health and Wellbeing is unregulated, resulting in a large variation of corporate programmes and approaches to this construct. "What really works" and "What doesn't" are questions that need to be answered. This session is particularly useful for coaches who are looking to tackle Health and Wellbeing from a systemic and corporate point of view.


The NUS Health and Wellbeing unit was set up in 2020 to answer these questions at the height of the pandemic. Led by Dr. Andrew Epaphroditus Tay, the Health and Wellbeing team went on to curate a series of programmes and assessed the usefulness of campaigns in the workplace. In this session, Andrew will share on the systematic approaches on corporate Health and Wellbeing and the NUS' experience in addressing stigma in the workplace.


Joining Andrew in the presentation is Ms. Katherine Koh, Consultant Organisational Psychologist, who will share some of the signature corporate Health and Wellbeing Programmes that we have curated that you can consider using in your coaching career.


Key Takeaways:


1. What is Health and Wellbeing


2. Sharing NUS' experience in tackling stigma in the workplace


3. Overview of the signature health and wellbeing programmes

Agenda

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Pre-event Community Networking
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Corporate Health and Wellbeing - What is the opportunity and development in this space?
The practice of Health and Wellbeing is unregulated, resulting in large variation of corporate programmes and approaches to this construct. "What really works" and "What doesn't" are questio...
The practice of Health and Wellbeing is unregulated, resulting in large variation of corporate programmes and approaches to this construct. "What really works" and "What doesn't" are questions that need to be answered. This session is particularly useful for coaches who are looking to tackle Health and Wellbeing from a systemic and corporate point of view.

The NUS Health and Wellbeing unit was set up in 2020 to answer these questions at the height of the pandemic. Led by Dr Andrew Epaphroditus Tay, the Health and Wellbeing team went on to curate a series of programmes and assessed the usefulness of campaigns in the workplace. In this session, Andrew will share on the systematic approaches on corporate Health and Wellbeing and the NUS' experience in addressing stigma in the workplace.

Joining Andrew in the presentation is Ms Katherine Koh, Consultant Organisational Psychologist, who will share some of the signature corporate Health and Wellbeing Programmes that we have curated that you can consider using in your coaching career.

Key Takeaways:
1. What is Health and Wellbeing
2. Sharing NUS' experience in tackling stigma in the workplace
3. Overview of the signature health and wellbeing programmes
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2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Post-event Learning

Speakers

  • Katherine Koh (National University of Singapore)

    Katherine Koh

    National University of Singapore

    https://nus.edu.sg/hwb

    As a Consultant, Organisational Psychologist in the Health & Wellbeing team, Katherine's goal is to help build more inclusive and safe workplaces where employees feel supported and can thrive to reach their fullest potential. In her work, she has managed, designed and implemented numerous workplace mental health programmes, frameworks and resources across the community and corporate sectors, in a multitude of industries.

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  • Andrew Tay (National University of Singapore)

    Andrew Tay

    National University of Singapore

    https://nus.edu.sg/hwb/

    Dr Andrew Tay is currently the Director & Head of the Health & Wellbeing Team (HWB), which sits under the Office of the President to drive the University’s health and wellbeing strategy. Dr Tay possesses a wealth of experience working in the tech and pharma industries in the Employee Benefits and Wellbeing space. He served as the Regional Benefits Consultant for Facebook where he oversees physical and mental health benefit design in Asia Pacific; and was the Director for Health & Wellbeing in GSK who led the company’s occupational health services and strategies to enhance health and wellbeing of employees in Singapore and APAC.

    Dr Tay is a graduate from the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. He also holds a Masters of Public Health (Occupational and Environmental Health Specialisation) from NUS and a Graduate Certificate in Human Resource from SMU. During the period of his medical specialization, he received his post-graduate public health and occupational medicine training at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Policy, Ministry of Manpower, Ministry of Health and the restructured hospitals.

    In his free time, Andrew enjoys playing bass guitar in a live band and mixing his cocktails at home.

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