Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey to reshape workplace wellbeing? Join us for an enlightening EmpowerED conversation with Amber Cowburn, British Council's Global Head of Well-being and Delphine Ang, keynote speaker and workshop facilitator on heart-centred leadership and self-care for leadership. Together, we'll delve into vital topics:
- The Evolution of Workplace Well-being: Explore its transformation in today's dynamic landscape.
- Mental Health and Inclusion: Discover how to foster a stigma-free culture.
- Authentic Leadership: Uncover its impact on collective thriving.
- Positive Psychology: Explore its power in building a thriving work environment.
- Neuroscience Insights: Learn how resilience strengthens mental fitness.
A webinar for HR and L&D leaders
Delphine Ang is a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator on heart-centred leadership and self-care for leadership. She has spoken to international audiences on resilience, empowerment, women leadership, mental and emotional health. Delphine is an Accredited Innovative Change Leadership Coach and a Certified Brain Health Coaching Professional with the Amen Clinics, USA. As a coach, she is widely appreciated for her perceptiveness, intuition, ability to connect with her clients on a deep level and her sense of humour. Delphine is passionate about helping her clients to move from being stuck to achieving breakthroughs. She has coached leaders and entrepreneurs from Asia-Pacific, South Africa, Bahrain and USA.
Amber Cowburn is an award-winning expert in workplace wellbeing and mental health awareness, and the Head of Global Wellbeing for the British Council. She is a two-time TEDx speaker, a recipient of awards including accolades by the British Royal Family, the UK Government and Rotary International, and has addressed prestigious organisations such as Cambridge University, UNICEF and global summits for mental health. Her career has included privately training 3000+ businesspeople globally, managing a parliamentary campaign for mental health, and rolling out an innovative university mental health strategy for 35,000 students and 4000 staff. Amber is delighted to have recently joined the British Council, to oversee their global wellbeing strategy and provision.