Playing It Safe Over the Easter Weekend
The speaker presented his programme in a clear yet humourous manner.
The breakout sessions were excellent. Participants chatted freely as the dialogues provided them with a chance to get in touch with their inner selves.
I now understand more about burnout and how we need to have more conversations about it, so that all of us can be healthy physically and mentally.
Very informative materials from the speaker. The materials and his sharing of his experience with burnout help us better relate to and understand the content.
Organisational mental well-being is so important and today's session is a great step in breaking the stigma of mental illness.
Practical, engaging and absolutely necessary for survival in today's environment.
Very eye-opening session.
Definitely not to be missed if you know someone burning out or if you feel like you are burning out. Invite a friend along!
It has been a fun night of learning and reflecting. Did not regret signing up for the event!
Its absolutely well designed and it addresses the very important aspects (of burnout). Real life sharing. Very practical and essential for the world we live in now.
The effects of burnout do not just stay at work; it spills over into the family and affects our parenting as well. We are indeed honoured to have been able to bring Cafe Wowee to parents and volunteers from the Pentecost Methodist Church Kindergarten and Pentecost Methodist Church Children Ministry.
Indeed, as the children were treated to Easter celebrations on the level above, parents and volunteers were at the cafe one level down “playing it safe”, as they learned about burnout and how they can protect their loved ones from the negative effects of burnout.
Our sincere thanks to Pentecost Methodist Church for hosting the cafe and to all participants, staff and volunteers who made the event possible.