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Understand how loneliness can cripple an organisation and be empowered to find greater

work engagement. 



7:30PM - 8:30PM




Work is where people spend most of their waking hours. It is said that 70 percent of workers do not feel emotionally attached to their job, colleagues, and organization. This phenomenon is called employee disengagement.

There are many reasons why people are disengaged at work. For example, repeated criticism that one is slow or that one is quiet, or that one is inexperienced can cause a person to feel discouraged. Or it can be personal circumstances at home, a divorce or death of a loved one. How can one be resilient when challenged by such circumstances?

Adversities, criticisms or unusual situations can cause some people to withdraw to themselves. They become lonely. Loneliness is when the person feels subjectively alone and disconnected from others. Loneliness at work is often overlooked because people do not talk about it. When people feel lonely, they disconnect themselves emotionally from their work, from their colleagues and their surroundings. It is normal to feel lonely now and then but staying this way long-term is not.

Being aware of one’s loneliness at work and knowing how to deal with loneliness is key to building workplace resilience, feeling engaged, and finding meaning in work. In this talk, learn specific actions that team leaders can take to overcome the loneliness obstacle in their organisation.

In this session, you will: 

  1. Understand why loneliness can cripple an organisation

  2. Learn the basic ideas behind regulating loneliness by inculcating meaningful workplace friendships, and fostering authentic conversations.

  3. Be empowered to find greater engagement at work.

Get certified and 

accelerate your growth

With an addition of just $15, you will be awarded with a Certificate of Participation at the end of the course. 

With a certificate, you can: 

  1. Enhance your professional credibility

  2. Reward yourself for your commitment

  3. Get more networking opportunities

  4. Become a better mentor


Meet your trainer

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Dr Jeremy Gwee retired from banking after a thirty-eight years career. He is a director at the Institute for Training and Occupational Learning responsible for Asia and Australia. His current work involves helping clients develop in-house consulting capabilities and the development and accreditation of training programs. He empowers individuals through his signature programs You Don't Need A Coach and 7+2 Habits in Positive Conversations.


Jeremy also teaches at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Bakke Graduate University. He holds a doctorate in transformational leadership and a postgraduate qualification in positive psychology. He is also trained in Gallup's strength finder, builder profile, LEGO serious play and is ACTA certified. His research interests are developing a steward's conscience; incorporating positive psychology in the practice of spirituality at work and building positive organizations through positive conversations.

Corporate Leadership Trainer & Coach

Perks of online events

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Upgrade yourself in the comfort of your own home


Interact directly with trainers and participants


Small, limited class size for maximum engagement


Learn new skills adaptable to both home and work

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Live Q&A Session with the trainer after the session


FAQ for online events

  • Who should take an online course?
    To add a new question go to app settings and press "Manage Questions" button.Learners join our online courses for a variety of reasons and come from diverse backgrounds, professions, and age groups. Our online courses are a flexible way of learning about psychology without disrupting your daily life.
  • Are there prerequisites or language requirements?
    There are no prerequisites. Our courses are open to learners of all backgrounds and age groups. However, all courses are conducted in English, hence we would suggest learners to have a basic knowledge of English.
  • How do I register?
    Registration is available on our website. Simply add the course of your choice to the cart and checkout. You will be asked for basic contact information and your credit card payment. We require full payment at the time of registration and all tuition is billed in SGD dollars. Be sure to check with your bank or credit card company, as your financial institution may charge a foreign transaction fee.
  • How do I select a course?
    Learners join our online courses for a variety of reasons and come from diverse backgrounds, professions, and age groups. Our online courses are a flexible way of learning about psychology without disrupting your daily life.
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    We apologise for this inconvenience. We encourage you to reach out to your financial institution as further permissions may be needed to complete the payment. You are also welcome to write to for further guidance. A strong Internet connection and up-to-date browser are strongly recommended.
  • I am registered. Now what?
    You will receive a confirmation email with information on when and how you can access your course 2-3 business days after registration. Do check the details. Kindly look out for the email as it might end up in the junk mailbox.
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