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Curriculum Vitae

Zen joined as a lecturer in Feb 2018 after receiving her PhD from National University of Singapore in 2017. Her research broadly seeks to understand and foster employee well-being, and how work and non-work factors interact to contribute to creating a great life. Her current research focuses on what and how individuals and organizations can do to promote employee thriving. In her work, she investigates how employees are influenced by workplace social dynamics and what individuals and organizations can do to reduce negative and increase positive interpersonal dynamics. To that end, she is interested in using psychological resource-based interventions e.g., mindfulness as individual self-management strategies to manage these dynamics. As such, she has extensive quantitative methodological expertise in experimental, longitudinal and experience sampling methods, as she conducts field experience sampling experiments using psychological resource-based interventions.

Research area keywords

  • Workplace Well-Being
  • Thriving
  • Work and Family


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