Stressed at Work?
It would be fair to say that stress affects everyone.
Stress is experienced in various forms, and there are different manifestations and numerous ways of coping. As much as stress impacts on an individual, it can affect productivity and the bottom line. What can you, employers and colleagues do to help reduce and manage stress? Join us to learn more about stress, its symptoms and early detection, as well as healthy coping strategies.
Our keynote speaker, Dr Alisara Amy Ariracharakaran, completed her Bachelor of Medical Sciences (B.Med.Sci.) from University of Nottingham Medical School, Nottingham, UK, before graduating with a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from Srinakharinwirot University Medical School, Bangkok, Thailand. From there Dr. Amy specialized in orthopaedic surgery at Police General Hospital and underwent clinical fellowship training in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy at Lerdsin Hospital.
She will be joined by Ms. Mei-lynn Chan, Director, Group Organizational Development People & Organization at DKSH; Mei-lynn has over 20 years of experience and thought leadership in Human Resources garnered through key positions with leading Human Resource consulting firms as well as leading public listed organizations in the region in both HR business partner roles as well as specialist roles , and Mr. Dale Lee, Managing Director of CoffeeWORKS; Dale set up CoffeeWORKS in 1996 and has seen it all in terms of the stress of managing a business in Thailand from financial crisis to flu epidemic and political situations.
Date: Wednesday 5th September, 2018
Time: 17.00 -18.00; registration from 16.30
Topic: “Dealing with Stress in the Workplace”
- Dr Alisara Amy Ariracharakaran, Coordinating Physician, International Patient Experience at Bumrungrad International Hospital
- Ms. Mei-lynn Chan, Director, Group Organizational Development People & Organization at DKSH
- Mr. Dale Lee, Co-Founder & Managing Director at CoffeeWORKS
Cost: Free of charge for AustCham members
Venue: Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit || map
Transportation: Nana or Asoke BTS Skytrain stations
** Please note that there will be September Sundowners held after the Member Briefing. For more details and how to register, see https://www.austchamthailand.com/event-3025361 **
AustCham wishes to thank this month’s sponsors for their support.
Bumrungrad Hospital Public Co.,Ltd.
Bumrungrad International is an accredited, multi-specialty hospital located in the heart of Bangkok. Founded in 1980, it is the largest private hospital in Southeast Asia, with 580 beds, 27 specialty centers, 1,300 medical specialists (over 200 have been US board certified) and 900 nurses. Bumrungrad offers modern diagnostic, therapeutic and intensive care facilities in a one-stop medical center.
Bumrungrad was the first hospital in Asia to undergo rigorous review and accreditation by the Joint Commission International (JCI), part of the same organization that accredits US hospitals. It was first accredited in 2002, and re-accredited in 2005, 2008, 2011 and 2014. It is also the only hospital in Thailand with an internationally-certified lab (ISO 15189). Bumrungrad serves 1.1 million patients annually, including 14,000 Australian nationals. English is widely spoken and the hospital has a medical coordination office staffed by doctors and nurses who manage the special needs of international patients.
Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit
Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, the Southeast Asia flagship for Sofitel Luxury Hotels, brings to Bangkok the refined luxury of French elegance. The brand new 32-storey hotel sits comfortably among the very best Bangkok has to offer, flanked by the commercial and financial district and prime shopping areas. Modern and opulent, Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit offers a truly luxurious experience for upscale business and leisure travelers-French savoir-faire at its finest.
Thanks to AustCham Platinum sponsor 2018: