About the event
A dynamic workshop that directly addresses the challenges entrepreneurs face with mental health and resilience. Many entrepreneurs are struggling with extreme stress, anxiety, depression, and burnout. In this event, we aim to provide tools and raise awareness in the business world about the mental health challenges of entrepreneurs.
This interactive session features individual reflections from women entrepreneurs, breakout rooms for small group discussion, and relevant plenary conversations. Participants will have the opportunity to reflect on what resilience and wellbeing mean for them, their team, and their community. WE-Can invites entrepreneurs of all backgrounds to come together and provide valuable insight into effective practices for balancing entrepreneurship and other life pursuits.
The discussion will address
- Resilience and mental health impact on business.
- What is the impact of your own resilience and mental health on your business activities or those of others you know?
- How do you find balance during difficult times?
Moderated by: Pacharee Pantoomano, Chief Consultant, Brandnow.asia
Featured speaker: Jenn Weidman, CEO, Space Bangkok
Closing remarks by: Maya Pearson, President, New Zealand Thai Chamber of Commerce (NZTCC)
Date: Tuesday, 25 January 2022
Ticket: Free event accessible to the public.
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About Women Entrepreneurs (We-Can)
WE-Can is a technical and peer support program for women entrepreneurs looking to take their business to the next level. WE-Can was founded by women, for women, and is a collaboration between CanCham Thailand and Space Bangkok. It aims to give networking opportunities, marketing opportunities and access to expert and information.
About International Labor Organization (ILO)
The International Labor Organization (ILO) is devoted to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and labour rights, pursuing its founding mission that labour peace is essential to prosperity. The Organisation has played a role at key historical junctures – the Great Depression, decolonisation, the creation of Solidarność in Poland, the victory over apartheid in South Africa – and today in the building of an ethical and productive framework for a fair globalisation.
15:00 - 16:30