Hush@Community: Antarctica Special | Silence. Self Care. South Pole.
“Work is worship -
there is not enough worklife balance today – workplace leaders should start
thinking about how investments can be made in employees’ mental, physical and
spiritual well-being - if this is taken care of, employees will give 200% into
the organisation's core vision."
- Raja Karthikeya, Senior Staff, Department Of Political Affair, United Nations HQ, New York
Most people spend 1/3 of their lives at work.
Are you doing enough to take care of your well being?
What does self care at workplace mean to you?
In March 2018, Hush Founder, Anthea Ong, embarked on a leadership expedition to Antarctica with 80 other global change-makers from 22 countries, led by world-renowned explorer, Sir Robert Swan, as part of the 2041 ClimateForce Leadership on the Edge Antarctica Expedition, fighting climate change specifically, but each global change-makers was there to raise awareness for different causes, and Anthea was the only change-maker to champion self-care and workplace wellness.
Anthea facilitated a modified Hush in Antarctica session
with the Gratitude TeaRitual on board Ocean Endeavour - Self care came up naturally in the sharing
after, not surprising given that all are leaders and driven by passion and
excellence. Stress does not discriminate whether in India, France, UK, USA,
China or Tanzania. And all agreed that more care has to be given to
self care - that this
must be an intentional practice by the individual, and institutionalised in
workplaces around the world.
"What can change is the
ability to bring empathy and compassion to the workplace. Better self-care and
employee well-being is to help managers transit from a traditional mindset of
looking at the economic performance of the team to looking at the well-being of
- Anjuli Pandit, Head Of UK Sustainability, Banque Nationale de Paris
Come hear her fellow changemakers from the Expedition share their views on self care, workplace mental health and some of the inclusive practices that their organisations employ in this area. You will also get to go through the Hush experience 1st hand to take that moment of pause.
Hush is Singapore 1st Silent TeaBar. A social movement determined to bring the worlds of the Hearing and the Deaf as well as PMHIs (person with mental health issues) together and encourage experiential inclusion- with a cup of tea. In the last 3 years, we have brought the quiet respite to more than 100 organisations and groups with the likes of Google, DBS, Credit Suisse, PwC, Deutsche Bank, MOE, MOHH, MCCY, Dow Chemical, Dell, just to name a few.
We could do more. For happy employees equates to better business and thus, a better world. We would like to invite you to a special edition of our Hush@Community session - to come together collectively to Hush, Share, and Action to building a better nation, for good.
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May | Time: 7pm-9pm | Venue: Found. (previously known as ImpactHub)
Investment: $50 ($53.44 including booking fees)
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+ Full Hush Experience. Take a Pause.
- Facilitated by the Deaf, with silence and in silence.
+ Participant Sharing and Reflections.
- Faciliated by Anthea.
+ Anthea in Antarctica: Dare to Share.
- Of Ice, Penguins, Whales and that Polar Plunge.
+ Video Stories from Global Changemakers in Antarctica.
+ How Can We Care More?
- National effort on Self Care and Workplace Wellness.
Come join us. Hear about Antarctica. Dare to Care for Self Care at the Workplace
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiry.
[This event is supported by Found. is a network of innovation studios where ambitious entrepreneurs and corporates find coaching, expertise, and partners to create future-ready solutions.]
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Bring Hush to your Workplace for Self Care, Community Empowerment and Inclusion.
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