ADVANCE Webinar: Stress and Wellbeing At WorkJoin event
|Date & Time||9th February 2021, 13.00-14.00 CET|
In this webinar, we will reflect on how to establish and maintain a good balance between work, leisure and family life. We will talk about how stress works and how we can build up resilience to become more balanced and to make sustainable choices in life.
Merel Ackx – Career Development Advisor & Senior Career Coach
Merel Ackx is currently working as a career coach and an advisor on career development at the Career Center of KU Leuven, a center for career development of staff members of KU Leuven. Merel has obtained a Master’s degree in research psychology at KU Leuven, as well as a degree in Cultural Studies and Philosophy, also obtained at KU Leuven. She followed post graduate trainings in Human resources management and has just finished a 4 year formation to become a Gestalt psychotherapist. She has work experience in different fields: research/academia, clinical settings and HR. She has expertise in career coaching, communication skills and well-being and has coached and trained many researchers in these areas.
Melissa Van Beselaere – Head of staff learning and development, KU LEUVEN
Melissa Vanbeselaere is manager of staff training and development at KU Leuven. Together with partners within the university, they build a culture of learning and development. They do this by stimulating and supporting staff in their personal and professional development. This includes a wide range of themes and transferable skills. Throughout her career, Melissa has specialized in the topic of well-being and applies this in coaching and advice to individuals, teams and boards. She is part of the committee well-being within the university, in which she contributed to the development of a welfare policy and training offer to support welfare issues. Her expertise has been built up throughout her career, which started as a researchers and subsequently as a consultant and coach throughout Flanders and specifically as a member of ‘Het Huis voor Veerkracht’, an evidence based expertise center on stress and resilience.
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