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Fueling Good

Emmaus is Turning Two & It’s Worth Celebrating Because…

Reading Time: 1 minute How time flies and in a week’s time, we will turn two years old. We are very grateful for the opportunity to fuel good in the community. It has indeed been a beautiful journey in the last year and we present to you the Stewardship & Thanksgiving Report for 2019. We look forward to fueling…
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The Power of Meaningful Conversations

Reading Time: 2 minutes There’s power in meaningful conversations. Last Friday, we had the privilege of hosting the “In Conversation with” series at the Volunteer Management Circuit. We heard from Mr Nigel Lee, Manager of Lutheran Community Care Services, on the topic of designing volunteer roles for success. As part of our effort to help circuit participants learn relevant…
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We wish You “Ten Whole Ten Beautiful”

Reading Time: 1 minute Image of bird from freepik.com The Chinese idiom 十全十美 is often used to describe something as perfect. Loosely translated as “ten whole, ten beautiful“, we thought it is apt to use this to send you our well wishes on World Mental Health Day (10 October); that your life be whole and beautiful. May you thrive…
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“I Wished I Had this Kind of Training” ~ a Veteran Volunteer Manager

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Volunteer Management Circuit returned for its 3rd run. In the first 2 runs, we were privileged to help 47 social service agencies level up both their practitioners’ volunteer management capabilities and also their organizations’ volunteer programmes. On the 4 Oct 2019, we successfully kicked off Generation 3 of the circuit with another batch of…
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Emmaus Bags Two Brands for Good Awards

Reading Time: 3 minutes Emmaus Strategies bags two Brands for Good awards (Business Model and Social Giving & Engagement) under the “Community” category yesterday.   About Brands for Good Brands for Good is a movement to recognize Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) across Asia for being socially responsible; businesses that make a difference while also committing to be stewards…
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Emmaus-in-a-Minute

Reading Time: 1 minute Imagine with us… We tried our hand at animation to explain what Emmaus does. So here’s Emmaus-in-a-minute 😁 More than just an imagination; we strongly believe this vision of thriving lives, organizations and communities can be a reality. Start a “fuel good” conversation with us to explore how we can, together, help people, organizations and…
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We Learned More About Burnout

Reading Time: 1 minute We learned more about burnout as we dialogued about it. It’s a wrap for Thankful Thursday yesterday. We are indeed thankful for the meaningful partnership with The Hidden Good and their community. We talked about how burnout could be experienced in the various aspects of life, as well as what we can do about it.…
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Thrive & Bloom

Reading Time: 1 minute We will be partnering Wild Olive Branch for a well-being collaboration. Catch us at Suntec for a talk about preventing burnout and also a simple floral arrangement workshop on 28 Sep. More details here. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2019Some Rights ReservedOriginal content here is published under these license terms: X License Type:Attribution, No derivative workLicense Summary:You may copy this content and…
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Team-Up Thursday for Thankful Thursday

Reading Time: 1 minute Look out for The Hidden Good’s Thankful Thursday on the topic of…. drum roll… burnout!. So glad to be able to meet with the good folks at The Hidden Good yesterday, as we work to put together next Thursday’s event. And we are really psyched up about it because we want to try to facilitate…
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Going Public on Burnout

Reading Time: 2 minutes Over the last week, our Lead Thrive-Synergist & Founder, James, was out and about sharing about burnout and how you can start to prevent or overcome it. In response to an article on mental well-being at work, he called for upstream effort to proactively address mental well-being at work. He then appeared on a Spill…
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