23 Nov 2020 - 25 Nov 2020 | Flagship Event
This Can Happen Global Conference
Empowering Workplace Mental Health
In 2020, Community Business is honoured to be the exclusive Asia partner of This Can Happen.
This Can Happen is a leading workplace mental health conference that is now reaching an international audience through an exciting 3–day online event. This award-winning event has been recognised for its outstanding content, with every expert speaker imparting practical, actionable solutions and the online event will continue to do just that. The agenda will offer valuable insights into everyday issues that affect workplace mental health, including a focus on the effect of the global pandemic.
“When we compiled our research into mental health in the workplace in Asia back in 2018, few companies were ready to talk about mental health – it was widely seen as a taboo subject. With the outbreak of COVID-19 and the requirement to work from home and socially distance, we have seen that context shift dramatically. Acutely aware of the unprecedented pressures on employees, there has been an outpouring of messages from CEOs and senior leaders, expressing concern about the wellbeing of their employees. As a result, discussion of mental health has been fast-tracked up the corporate agenda. We are privileged to be partnering with This Can Happen to bring the leading mental health workplace conference to our audiences in Asia and are committed to working with senior leadership and their teams in the region to address this critical subject in the workplace.”
- Peter Sargant, CEO Community Business
Global 3-Day Event
This global event comprises three live conference days full of engaging, interactive content. Community Business is working in partnership to produce local content for our audiences in Asia. Through panels, keynotes, interviews, experiential sessions and virtual exhibition, delegates will have the opportunity to network, ask questions, chat to speakers and meet specialist companies to find solutions to take back into their businesses.
We encourage staff from across the breadth of the company to attend particularly those supporting delivery of organisational mental health strategies to attend, including:
- Senior D&I, HR, Wellbeing and Rewards Directors and Managers
- Senior C-Suite Executives including CEOs and Board Directors of large international companies.
Advisory Editorial Board
Suggesting and helping create the framework and content of the conference agenda, the Advisory Editorial Board contributes on the topics and issues that will allow delegations to leave motivated and better-armed. The Advisory Editorial Board features specialists from the Asia region to ensure the content is relevant to our market.
Thousands of delegates from companies all over the world. Over 50 companies have already signed up to send delegations. Be sure to join them.
23.11.20 - 25.11.20Add to calendar 23-11-2020 10:00 AM 25-11-2020 05:00 PM This Can Happen Global Conference Empowering Workplace Mental Health Virtual Asia/Hong_Kong
Enoch LimoreFounder, BEARAPY
Gian PowermoreCEO, TLC Lions
Jaya VirwanimoreEthics and D&I Leader | EY
Manoj ChandranmoreCEO, White Swan Foundation
Mark BerelowitzmoreConsultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Royal Free Hospital
Mathew HydemoreSupervisors Support Line, BHP
Nathan KhanmoreHead of Partnerships | LinkedIn Hong Kong
Dr. Paul W.C. WongmoreAssociate Professor, The University of Hong Kong
Peter SargantmoreCEO, Community Business
Sakshi KumarmoreProgramme & Content Manager, DIAN at Community Business
Suzanne PricemoreRepresentative Director | Price Global
Dr. Tee JareonsettasinmoreAdvisor, True Corporations
Vickie SkorjimoreTELL Lifeline Director
CEO, TLC Lions
His experiences and inner resilience sparked his passion for prioritising wellbeing and inclusion in the workplace. Gian is the founder of TLC Lions and The Unwind Experience and is passionate about igniting emotion in the workplace, encouraging others to share and be themselves at work.
Gian’s work has been featured globally and reached over 53 countries and now supports over 65 companies including Amazon, EY, GSK, Sony Pictures and many more. Back in the UK, Gian is supported by Westminster and hosts his own round tables in the House of Lords to further the agenda alongside the UK Government - stressing the importance of inclusion and wellbeing in the work place.
Ethics and D&I Leader | EY
CEO, White Swan Foundation
Founded in 2014, White Swan Foundation has developed India’s largest knowledge repository on mental health for the public at http://www.whiteswanfoundation.org. White Swan Foundation runs several community outreach and mass communication programs to educate people on mental health and wellbeing.
Manoj has more than 25 years of experience in a wide range of areas that include journalism, communications, marketing, strategy and leadership.
Earlier, Manoj served as a Leadership Group Member of Ashoka Innovators for the Public.
Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Royal Free Hospital
Supervisors Support Line, BHP
Head of Partnerships | LinkedIn Hong Kong
Associate Professor, The University of Hong Kong
Dr. Paul W.C. Wong
CEO, Community Business
Peter joined Community Business following a short career break, prior to which he was an Executive Director of Standard Chartered Bank. Throughout his career, Peter has been a dedicated diversity and inclusion (D&I) advocate and a champion for minority groups. As a founding member of Standard Chartered Bank’s D&I Council in Hong Kong, Peter was instrumental in establishing the Hong Kong LGBT+ Interbank Forum. Peter has had a long association with Community Business, participating in the Community Business Leadership Team (later known as the Responsible Business Network), the Diversity and Inclusion in Asia Network (DIAN) and the Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Index and Awards, since their inception, and has become a recognised speaker and advisor on D&I issues within the workforce.
Peter worked for Standard Chartered Bank for 23 years, across the consumer, wholesale and investment banking businesses in Asia, with his final role as Executive Director, Employee Banking Sales, Corporate Partnerships, within Group Retail Banking. Peter was born in the United Kingdom, but has been a Hong Kong resident since 1997.
Programme & Content Manager, DIAN at Community Business
Sakshi has been working in the not-for-profit sector throughout her career. It has greatly influenced her interest in advocating for inclusion and promoting representation of diverse groups and interests. Prior to joining Community Business, Sakshi worked as Programme Coordinator at a local NGO, overseeing the planning, budget management, stakeholder engagement and process improvement of projects. She was also responsible for developing training modules covering mental wellness, self-awareness for youth participants, teachers and parents. On a personal level, she offers her skills as a counsellor at another local NGO, mainly helping the adult population experiencing acute stress-related anxiety and transition challenges.
Graduated from Monash University, Sakshi holds a Master degree of Arts in Counselling. She is fluent in English.
Representative Director | Price Global
Suzanne’s clients include numerous Fortune 500 multinational companies across industries. Some have won awards for her initiatives. Suzanne transitioned from clinical practice in Psychiatric Nursing and Psychotherapy to APAC Head, D&I for UBS Securities and retained consultant for Diversity and Wellness at Goldman Sachs. Suzanne is known for, creative drama-based live and video content to advance the conversation on DEI and Psychological Wellness.
In 2015 and 2016, Suzanne was recognised by The Economist as one of the 'Top 10 Global Diversity Consultants’.
Advisor, True Corporations
Dr. Tee Jareonsettasin
TELL Lifeline Director
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