#infoHR Webinar Series:
Remote Working Back-to-Phase 2 (Heightened Alert):
Boosting Engagement and Resilience

Has the current state of the continued pandemic made you anxious? You are not alone! As we continue working from home to keep the community safe, our mental well-being should be of utmost priority for our team and ourselves.
 
Join us on 8 June for #infoHR Webinar Series: Remote Working back-to-Phase 2 (Heightened Alert): Boosting Engagement and Resilience as our speakers share how to create a resilient workforce as well as support everyone’s well-being.
 

Date: 8 June 2021, Tuesday
Time: 4pm – 5.30pm
Platform: Zoom
Fee: Free
(In view of the Phase 2 Heightened Alert, SHRI will waive all webinar fees during this period)

Session Details

Topic: Building A Resilient Workforce: The Shift From Languishing To Thriving  
By Speaker: Dr Low Kiang Wei 

A strong advocate of employee health and organisational resilience, Dr Low Kiang Wei, Medical Director of International SOS will share on the following:

  • What is mental resilience and how do we build it  
  • Personal vs Group Resilience   
  • Can resilience be measured   
  • How to initiate and construct a sustainable mental resilience programme

Topic: Importance of HR Communication in Employee Engagement
By Speaker: Ms Geraldine Koh

Ms Geraldine will share her experience on engaging employees in time of crisis. Some key takeaways will include:
 
  • Transforming HR Communication
  • Ways of working amidst the pandemic
  • Well-being of employees

Speaker Details

Dr Low Kiang Wei 
Medical Director
International SOS
 

Dr Low Kiang Wei is Medical Director at International SOS, where he oversees the Medical Services and Health Consulting business in Singapore, working closely with Fortune 500 companies, SMEs, NGOs and government agencies to drive the strategic planning and tactical implementation of workforce resilience programs. He is a member of the Executive Committee for International SOS Singapore.

Dr Low is also responsible for driving Digital Health integration within the Group across Asia-Pacific, via implementing innovative telehealth and medical technology solutions.

Dr Low holds a Master of Medicine as well as a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the National University of Singapore. He is also a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in the United Kingdom.

A regular speaker at events and often featured in the media including Business Times and Channel News Asia, he is a strong advocate of employee health and organisational resilience.

Ms Geraldine Koh
HR & Communication Director, Asia Pacific
Terumo Medical Corporation
 
Ms Geraldine Koh is the HR and Communication Director, Asia Pacific, Terumo Medical Corporation. She leads the HR and Communication function of Terumo Medical Corporation across Asia Pacific region.
 
With more than 15 years of experiences in Human Resources, Geraldine past roles include Talent sourcing, HR business partners and share services. She was also involved in various transformation projects such as HRMS implementation plan and various organisation development projects. Prior to Terumo, Geraldine worked in oil and gas industry and then in various pharmaceutical and medical devices organisations namely Stryker, Smith & Nephew, Sanofi.
 
She holds a Diploma in Global Business Services, Bachelor of Sciences in Economics, Master degree in Human Resources.
 
Always putting people in the centre of HR, Geraldine is passionate about creating a strength base organisation. She view her role is to provide the best environment to help employees strive. Gain in-depth understanding of individual motivation and traits, she is strong believer of helping employees using their best strength at work. Putting people in roles where their talents are integrated into their daily activities.

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