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Healing Work-Hurt: 3 Strategies to Ditch Doubt, Rebuild Confidence, and Overcome Overwhelm in the Office

Thursday 16 Feb | 12.00 - 13.00

In this session individuals will learn . . . - To identify the factors of burnout and address them BEFORE anything bad happens - How to embrace resilience and bounce back from harmful working experiences including toxic relationships and workplace culture - The #1 secret to shifting negative thinking patterns that keep both employees and organisations stuck and unproductive - How to find satisfaction outside of the 9-5 - How to build and leverage support networks that impact your wellbeing - How to work towards sharing your authentic self and show your scars

Location

Online

Price

Non Members: ¥0

Members: ¥0

Written by Sarah Backley

Note: This is an online event. A Zoom access link will be sent to all participants 2 hours before the session is scheduled to start.

In this session, individuals will learn . . .

 – To identify the factors of burnout and address them BEFORE anything bad happens
– How to embrace resilience and bounce back from harmful working experiences including toxic relationships and workplace culture
– The #1 secret to shifting negative thinking patterns that keep both employees and organisations stuck and unproductive
– How to find satisfaction outside of the 9-5
– How to build and leverage support networks that impact your wellbeing
– How to work towards sharing your authentic self and show your scars

Speakers

Dr. Ashley Gary-Roper

Dr. Ashley Gary-Roper aka Dr. Ashley Dash inspires action through her lived experiences in person and online. She often shares her greatest life challenges, including how she went from being an unemployed college graduate to landing a $100k+ job in Human Resources with Mercedes-Benz. Or revealing how years later, she restarted her life after facing foreclosure and unemployment but shifting back to corporate with an international move to Japan.

Dr. Dash is known for her ability to help individuals identify the patterns that keep them stuck and move them into action. She is determined to create safe spaces for business professionals in Corporate America through speaking, coaching, and courses using her high energy and direct approach. Her mission is to help people overcome personal circumstances, regain control of their lives, and find purpose through career freedom. A self-proclaimed information junkie, she believes in Faith over Facts and Facts over Feelings.

Dr. Ashley Dash has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, an MBA, and a Doctorate of Strategic Leadership. She is also a Certified Job and Career Development Coach and Job and Career and Transition Coach. 

Dr. Ashley Gary-Roper aka Dr. Ashley Dash inspires action through her lived experiences in person and online. She often shares her greatest life challenges, including how she went from being an unemployed college graduate to landing a $100k+ job in Human Resources with Mercedes-Benz. Or revealing how years later, she restarted her life after facing foreclosure and unemployment but shifting back to corporate with an international move to Japan.

Dr. Dash is known for her ability to help individuals identify the patterns that keep them stuck and move them into action. She is determined to create safe spaces for business professionals in Corporate America through speaking, coaching, and courses using her high energy and direct approach. Her mission is to help people overcome personal circumstances, regain control of their lives, and find purpose through career freedom. A self-proclaimed information junkie, she believes in Faith over Facts and Facts over Feelings.

Dr. Ashley Dash has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, an MBA, and a Doctorate of Strategic Leadership. She is also a Certified Job and Career Development Coach and Job and Career and Transition Coach. 

Kina Jackson

Kina is originally from the Philadelphia area of the U.S. and has lived in Osaka for twenty years. As a consultant, she works with companies, artists, and medical professionals, providing bilingual business support and workshops to suit their needs and help them reach a global audience.  

She is also the Regional Events Director for Black Women in Japan. BWIJ is an organization that supports diverse women of the African Diaspora with personal and professional development, providing resources for life in Japan, and promoting cross-cultural understanding with the local Japanese community.

Kina is originally from the Philadelphia area of the U.S. and has lived in Osaka for twenty years. As a consultant, she works with companies, artists, and medical professionals, providing bilingual business support and workshops to suit their needs and help them reach a global audience.  

She is also the Regional Events Director for Black Women in Japan. BWIJ is an organization that supports diverse women of the African Diaspora with personal and professional development, providing resources for life in Japan, and promoting cross-cultural understanding with the local Japanese community.

James Nepaulsingh (Moderator)

A graduate of Oxford University and the Royal College of Art and with a coaching certification from Cambridge University, James’ experience as a man of colour within elite institutions provided him with the resilience to break through glass ceilings. He is one of the most senior foreign lawyers in Japan, a podcaster and artist. James shares his unique insights with both the foreign community and Japanese society generally to elevate others: in boardrooms, on his Plus Future Podcast and through his artworks, recently exhibited during a private event at the National Gallery, London.

A graduate of Oxford University and the Royal College of Art and with a coaching certification from Cambridge University, James’ experience as a man of colour within elite institutions provided him with the resilience to break through glass ceilings. He is one of the most senior foreign lawyers in Japan, a podcaster and artist. James shares his unique insights with both the foreign community and Japanese society generally to elevate others: in boardrooms, on his Plus Future Podcast and through his artworks, recently exhibited during a private event at the National Gallery, London.