In this webinar, we will reflect on the multiple facets of “well-being at work”.
From internships to your first job, or when contemplating a career move, it is important that we consider what contributes to our personal well-being in the workplace. Especially in a post-COVID 19 era with the "new normal" way of work involving blurred boundaries between work and personal lives, it is important to understand how being happy, engaged and productive at work is essential to our overall wellbeing.
In this webinar, you will learn more about:
- The three pillars of overall well-being
- The influence of factors such as the nature of work, the culture of the organization, and working with communications technology
- Factors that may be especially relevant post-COVID 19
- Personal strategies to make your work meaningful.
Meet Our Guest Speaker
||Prof Rashimah Rajah
National University of Singapore
Lecturer, NUS Business School
Department of Management & Organization
| Dr. Rashimah Rajah is a Lecturer at the NUS Business School, Department of Management & Organization. Prior to joining NUS, she worked as an Organizational Psychologist at Pulsifi, a company that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to predict selection decisions at multinational companies. Internationalization is deeply embedded in Dr. Rajah’s profile, having worked and taught not only in Singapore, but also in the USA, Canada, and Germany. She has taught courses on International Studies, Organizational Psychology, Business Ethics, and Well-Being and has given talks on Job Connectedness and Resilience at Work. Dr. Rajah has published in Leadership Quarterly, Ivey Business Publishing, and Handbook of Research on Crisis Leadership in Organizations. Her research and insights on job connectedness and well-being are also published on commentaries on Channel NewsAsia and NUS BizBeat.
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Date: Tuesday, 15 June 2021
Event Time: 12pm – 2pm
Industries: Transport, Maritime and Aerospace
Faculties: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, NUS Business School, School of Computing, School of Design and Environment, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science
Target Audience: Penultimate and Graduating Students