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Adiemus is the Managing Director of Royal Park Dental. He has a double degree in Counselling and Psychology, and a Master degree in Thanatology, in which he specialises in grief, trauma and palliative care counselling. In 2009, he received an award as a member of the International Golden Key International Honour Society for his research and clinical contributions in the field of thanatology. Since graduated from university, Adiemus had been working as a Counsellor, Educator, and Clinical Supervisor in university, non-profit organisations, and private practice for 15 years. He was the Head of the Counselling Department at Sunway University, and Director of Grief and Loss Unit at Calvary Life Ministry. He is also a Level 4 Registered Counsellor with the Australia Counselling Association.
In 2013, Adiemus decided to pursue something that is in his heart but out of his comfort zone, i.e. to set up Royal Park Dental with his wife, Dr Debbie Setiawan. Adiemus has two burning desires – one is to serve the community with optimum dental health, and two is to turn the dental clinic into a social enterprise where it can make a positive social impact to benefit the community.
Adiemus is a key driver in initiating and leading multiple community projects such as Cavity Free School Visits, in which the clinic has provided free dental check-up and education to 500 preschool children in the last 12 months. Other projects include ‘Play Safe, Play Strong’ Mouthguard Sponsorship program, Uniting Communities No Interest Loan Scheme, Veterans’ Health Week, Dental Health Week and Ride for Hope. Through the partnership with Ride for Hope and other like-minded businesses, together they sponsor 500 children in Zimbabwe through World Vision, 400 children in Cambodia through Transform Cambodia, and supporting the works of Childhood Cancer Association. There is nothing more rewarding for Adiemus and his wife to partner with like-minded people and businesses, and to drive positive changes in the local and global community through the “Reap & Reach” principles.
Adiemus enjoys spending time with his family, exercising and traveling. His long-term goal is to set up a charitable foundation.
Living longer and working happier through your J.O.B.S
What if you can live up to a 100 and still work happily? I can hear you saying, “There is no way I want to work until 100 years old. I want to retire and travel around the world when I’m 65 (or younger)”. Yes, I get you. And you’re right. I hope that you don’t have to work until 100 years old because you have to put food on the table. But what if you can have a job, a career or a business that you are so passionate about and would love to work and build for as long as you can because you want to, not because you have to?
According to the Australian Bureau Statistic, we’re now living longer. To be exact, for men, our life expectancy is 80 years, and for the women, your life expectancy is 84 years. By 2055, the average life expectancy of a woman will reach 96.6 years, while a man will on average live until 95.1 years. In other words, people will work longer simply because they live longer.
This presentation will help you live longer and work happier by applying the J.O.B.S principles - Joy, Ownership, Belonging, and Significance. This session is applicable for both the employees and employers. For the employees, you’ll learn how to create J.O.B.S. in your jobs; for the employers, you’ll learn how to cultivate an organisational culture that enhance staff retention, satisfaction, and loyalty through the J.O.B.S principles.
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|Event Date||24-01-2018 1:00 pm|
|Event End Date||24-01-2018 2:00 pm|
|Cut off date||24-01-2018 1:00 pm|
|Individual Price||$30 per head Includes Main Course, shared Cheese platter and Tea/Coffee|
|Location||Adelaide Oval - Cathedral Room|