Has the beginning of the new school year felt intense? Are you looking for ways to stay on top of things and get a better grip on your studies? Or do you just generally enjoy focusing on your well-being amidst the busy student life?
REVIVE offers you a fun opportunity to take a break from your studies or work and come enjoy the outdoors at the Nuuksio national park with us. And that’s far from being all this event has to offer! The highlight of our trip is the chance to hear two great speakers talk to us about self-leadership. Our speakers are Mikko Tiainen, a licensed psychologist and a consultant at Houston Inc., and David Björkström, a motivational speaker and the founder of David Björkström Counseling.
A bus will take the participants from Otaniemi to the Nuuksio national park. In Nuuksio we hike a 4 km-long trail and stop for breaks during which the speeches take place. After the program, the bus heads back to Otaniemi.
We recognize the challenges concerning organizing events due to COVID-19 and have reacted accordingly. The event is held outdoors, the number of participants is limited, and necessary safety precautions will be taken into account. More updates will be posted closer to the event.
WHAT? REVIVE goes Nuuksio: Thoughts on self-leadership
WHEN? 7.10.2010 from 13:00 onwards, around 4 hours in total. More detailed information will be posted before the ticket sale.
WHERE? Nuuksio national park, the bus leaves from Otaniemi and brings the participants back after the event.
FOR WHOM? Students who are interested in self-leadership and want to come enjoy the outdoors with REVIVE
Sign up with your friends or come alone, everyone’s welcome to join! Tickets are sold online, and the time of the sale will be announced soon in this event. Note that the number of spots is limited to 40 so make sure not to miss your chance of getting a ticket.
The event is held in English.
REVIVE is an Aaltoes project the goal of which is to create inspiring events focusing on work-life balance and overall well-being. We want to foster discussion and raise important questions around the challenges students and young professionals face in today’s competitive environment.
The headlines of the past few years all speak the same message - there’s a mental health crisis going on in the entrepreneurship society. Approximately 49% of entrepreneurs suffer from at least one mental health condition during their lifespan. Studies say that start-up founders are twice as likely to suffer from depression, three times more likely to suffer from substance abuse, 10 times more likely to suffer from bipolar disorder, twice as likely to have a psychiatric hospitalisation and twice as likely to have suicidal thoughts.
Our goal is to create inspiring events focusing on work-life balance and overall well-being. We want to foster discussion and raise important questions around the challenges students and young professionals face in today’s competitive work environment, as those topics can be difficult to cope with alone. Our target audience is students and young workers with an entrepreneurial mindset.