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Entrepreneurship is exciting, rewarding but also stressful. This workshop for entrepreneurs explores how entrepreneurs can thrive, be resilient and achieve ‘happiness’ both professionally and privately. Participants will take away insights on how to recognize stressors and develop strategies to manage their well-being.

The workshop mixes the latest research insights about entrepreneurs’ well-being with practical ‘tips and tricks’.

Those attending will learn how to spot drains on their well-being early so that they can mitigate them, and build a personalised strategy to help them thrive. There will also be networking opportunities and the chance to share personal experiences of, and strategies for, balancing work-life demands.

The workshop is organized by King’s Business School in collaboration with King’s Entrepreneurship Institute. It is led by Professor Ute Stephan and Dr Przemek Zbierowski, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow, both at King’s Business School, King’s College London with contributions from Helena Taylor-Knox, Business and Coaching Psychologist and Founder of One Continuum.


Event highlights

Research spotlight: The well-being of entrepreneurs by Professor Ute Stephan 

Small group sessions: Identifying well-being drains and resources & sharing personal strategies

Maintaining balance and developing resilience as an entrepreneur (presentation, self-reflection exercise and roundtable discussion) led by Helena Taylor-Knox, Business and Coaching Psychologist, Founder of One Continuum

Into the future: Next steps in wellbeing research by Dr Przemek Zbierowski

Networking reception


A detailed schedule will be made available closer to the date.


The project leading to this workshop has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 793117

Event details

Eighth Floor North
Bush House
Strand campus, 30 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4BG

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