Freedom Embraced: How to Flourish and Be Happy at Work
Freedom Embraced is written specially for the busy professional. It is filled with actionable strategies and mindset shifts to navigate through the various mental, emotional and physical landscapes we encounter in the course of work.
As professionals, the workplace is where we spend most of our waking moments. It is where we can actualise our potential, flourish and be happy. Yet, it is also where we are bombarded by stressors such as unrealistic deadlines, office politics, disengagement, ineffective managers and toxic culture. These leave us feeling helpless and trapped – with a sense of freedom lost.
In Freedom Embraced, author Bernadette Chua, has written a book specially for the busy professional in mind. It is filled with actionable strategies and mindset shifts to navigate through the various mental, emotional and physical landscapes we encounter in the course of work.
- Enjoying Work
- Nourishing Ourselves
- Thinking Overthinking
- Influencing Others
- Strengths Builder at Work
As an architect for business culture, Bernadette Chua is committed to building successful, positive and sustainable work cultures for people to thrive. She believes that people and culture are vital parts of business value creation in a rapidly changing world.
Bernadette’s forte and passion have propelled her to mentor, coach and co-create learning and development solutions for diverse clients, including business organisations across various industries (such as professional services, technology, engineering, financial, construction, retail and F&B), educators, schools and not-for-profit organisations.
She and her colleagues at Positive Performance Consulting, a management and organisational development consulting company, journey with clients in the areas of Organisation Development, Change, Leadership, Business Culture, Talent, Organisational Well-being and Management.
Bernadette was conferred the SkillsFuture Fellowships Award, Singapore’s highest skills award, in 2018. In 2019, she received the Stevie Award for Women in Business in the solo female entrepreneur category in New York.