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ReXilience® Talks

From choosing joy to better self-care, being mindful and exploring how best to manage stress and manage emotion, these are bite-sized sessions to create awareness on why mental health matters.


Joy @ Work ​
Targeted ParticipantsIndividuals who are interested to develop strategies in creating joy at work.

People intrinsically seek joy. However, we sometimes experience dips in our work life. In moments like this, it is essential for us to rediscover our motivation and reignite the spark of joy at work.

This talk will enable participants to:

  • Benefit from having joy at work
  • Apply P.E.R.K. strategies to increase joy at work
  • Boost your motivation at work


Targeted ParticipantsIndividuals who are interested to apply mindfulness strategies and enjoy the positive effects at work.

Have you started to eat a packet of chips and then suddenly noticed that all you are left with is an empty packet? Most of us have experienced this and it is a common example of being on "autopilot". Being mindful is waking up and out of the autopilot state, to "take the steering wheel" of our attention again.

  • This talk will enable participants to:

    • Discover what mindfulness is
    • Relate to the benefits of mindfulness in the modern workplace
    • Practise mindfulness strategies


Mental Health Matters@Work
Targeted ParticipantsIndividuals who are interested to address their own biases towards the stigma of mental health conditions, and take a positive step towards building a more inclusive workplace environment.

Most individuals who receive early identification and intervention for mental health issues show genuine improvement over time and lead productive lives.

This talk will enable participants to:

  • Reflect upon self-biasness on mental health related matters and mental disorders
  • Recognise mental health as a complete state:
  • Identify the warning signs for mental distress
  • Practice strategies to optimise mental health
  • Familiarise with resources available in the community


Stress Management@Work
Targeted ParticipantsIndividuals who are interested to develop knowledge and skills to manage acute and chronic stress, and to thrive in the workplace. 

We encounter multiple stressors at work such as: tight timelines, changes in portfolio, and difficult bosses/colleagues/customers and/or clients. Despite these challenges, we want to thrive under such situations.

This talk will enable participants to:

  • Relate to how our primitive brain functions – fight, flight, freeze, fawn
  • Recognise how unmanaged thoughts, emotions and bodily sensations can contribute to chronic stress
  • Realise how stress can be beneficial
  • Integrate resilience building tips in managing stress


Emotional Intelligence@Work
Targeted ParticipantsIndividuals who are interested to enhance self-awareness, social awareness and self-management of emotions through the power of emotional intelligence.

Emotional Intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to understand, use and manage one's emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathise with others, overcome challenges and deescalate conflicts. When it comes to joy and success in life and the workplace, EI is as important as intellectual intelligence.

This talk will enable participants to:

  • Express the importance of EI in the workplace
  • List the 5 categories of EI
  • Identify the 12 behaviours of people with high emotional intelligence
  • Recognise different emotions and their expressions
  • Practise emotion regulation 


Targeted ParticipantsIndividuals who are interested to learn what self-care entails and how to practice it in our daily lives.

Burnout does not occur suddenly; it is often gradual. It can cause severe personal and professional consequences. Therefore, it is important to deliberately take time to care for yourself as well as others at work.

This talk will enable participants to:

  • Define what self-care is
  • Examine one's understanding on current and preferred state of well-being
  • Integrate the strategies on promoting rest and recovery into our daily lives


 To find out more about the ReXilience® Talks, contact us here.


ReXilience® Courses

Crisis Support for Individual Resilience

(1st Level Training Course)

Targeted Participants
  • Individuals who are interested to provide initial psychological help to others experiencing distress after a critical incident
  • Organisations that are planning to strengthen resilience among staff as well as developing crisis support capability

Critical incidents are usually sudden and unexpected. Most people will experience some degree of psychological and emotional impact when faced with an unusually challenging event.

This course equips participants with the knowledge and skills to provide one-on-one crisis support to individuals experiencing stress and crisis reactions that typically arise after a crisis incident.

Opportunities are provided to practice these skills during the course.

Course Outcomes

This course will enable participants to:

  • Identify the signs and symptoms of stress and crisis reactions
  • Apply the CARE framework to provide crisis support to individuals experiencing crisis reactions
  • Guide a person in distress towards professional help when needed
  • Practise self-care as one recognises the impact of crisis support work