SDG Action Series. Session 2, Getting your mind right

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Time & Date: Wednesday 24 March, 4pm - 5.30pm

Do you sometimes feel like you can't 'turn off' at the end of the day? Feel behind no matter how much you do? Are you ignoring hobbies and activities outside of work that used to bring you joy?

An unhealthy work / life balance could be preventing you from achieving your goals and realising your full potential. Join us for this interactive workshop and make 2021 your year of mental fitness.

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Tom Marshall

Founder and Supervisor, Extraordinary Life

Tom believes that your work should help you thrive as a human being while also making the world a better place. Based on this, he works as a Career Coach & Speaker, supporting purposeful Millenials to love their work. Alongside this, Tom produces a podcast about his 12 life principles and publishes a bi-weekly newsletter called The Switch - supporting people to live a meaningful life. Tom formally worked as an innovation consultant at Deloitte and attended the One Young World 2019 Summit in London.


Suzanne Sikkink

Suzanne Sikkink

Partner, Allen & Overy LLP

As part of the Global Minds Matter programme, partner Suzanne Sikkink is one of the two Mental Health Advocates at Allen & Overy (A&O) in Amsterdam. Her role is to promote positive mental health and foster a culture of support at A&O. In daily practice, Suzanne is specialized in employment law. She has experience in a wide range of employment law-related matters, varying from dismissals, restructurings and union/works council relationships to compliance and social media, remuneration and (cross-border) corporate law-related employment matters, both in an advisory role and litigation.


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Dyonne Niehof

Advisor, Dröge & van Drimmelen

Dyonne is a public affairs professional, helping clients navigate the political landscape of the Netherlands. She advises branch associations, companies, municipalities, and entrepreneurs. Her passion is bridging the gap between politics and society, which she does by organising activities at the local branch of her political party.


Watch a sneak preview of the workshop below...

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Any questions? Please email Dyonne via [email protected].