Wellbeing: A Bottom Line Issue

Date(s) - 12/03/2015
8:30 am - 10:30 am

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You are invited to an exclusive presentation of the latest Steelcase global research, which explores the evolution of Wellbeing in today’s workplace.

It led to a new definition that necessitates a holistic approach to Wellbeing, that shows the mind, body and environment are intrinsically linked.

For organizations it means they can no longer think of wellbeing as just physical or mental health. Instead, they must consider the physical, psychological and cognitive needs of workers.

The latest research reveals that the places where people come together to work can be designed to have a positive impact on a variety of dimensions of worker wellbeing, and when intentionally considered and designed, the workplace can help foster healthier, happier and more creative – and thus, more innovative – employees. Research has identified six dimensions of wellbeing that can be impacted by the design of the physical environment, and all play a key role in today’s newest leadership traits. These dimensions are:

  • Mindfulness: Staying fully engaged in a world filled with distractions
  • Authenticity: Bringing your whole self to work
  • Optimism: Fostering creativity and innovation
  • Belonging: Feeling connected to others
  • Meaning: Finding a sense of purpose at work
  • Vitality: Engaging the body in movement to support physical and mental vigor at work


8:30 am Registration and Refreshments
9:00 am Introduction
9:05 am Presentation and Q&A
10:30 am Event Ends


Cost: 500,000 vnd Members | 650,000 vnd Non-Members


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Jenkin Chun Kiu Au
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Jenkin Au will introduce the Wellbeing research, and the need to sustain a healthy physical and mental state for workers in a supportive physical and social environment.
He’ll explain the 6 dimensions of wellbeing that impact the design of what we call the “interconnected workplace”, that have a positive impact on worker wellbeing.
By placing an emphasis on these six dimensions, organizations can help employees leave the workplace feeling healthier and happier – changes that can positively impact business success and the bottom line.

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