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Singapore 14-17 October
The agenda for this annual event has just been announced – and as always it is packed full of thought provoking ideas, discussions and presentations. Industry leaders are invited to attend and participate in the sharing of their aims and ideas for making our world a “well” one – and how best to manage this via wellness properties, treatments, diet, fashion and other green and sustainable methods of practice within the industry which all delegates represent.
Discussing how to live well is not new but an interesting topic being introduced this year will cover the trend towards dying a well death. This all too often taboo subject is being brought out of a personal, private and often hushed “don’t want to go there” place with a growing trend towards openness and acceptance. Here in the UK we have many fantastic volunteers, charities and professional organisations that support how to live well with life limiting disease right through the process of end of life. While being culture sensitive it will be interesting to hear how we can further improve quality of normal everyday life to ensure a healthier death.
Wellness in the workplace is a regular GWS topic. We will hear how delegates have progressed in this vital area and new practices will be shared to inspire those who still need to up their game and reap the reward of staff retention with a happy and content workforce. I have just read a post on Linked In from Richard Branson who says simply “People do their best work and can be their happiest selves when they feel comfortable and confident”.