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Transformation & Transition in the 3rd Age

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How can we navigate the changing environment to overcome challenges and prepare for transitions in the workplace as we age? In this programme, gain insights to develop a positive mindset and equip yourself with tools and skills to overcome barriers to transition. You will also learn to manage your health and wellness to lead fulfilling silver years.



•    TRANSIT smoothly into your retirement
•    ENGAGE yourself through a second career to ensure productive longevity
•    BUILD your resilience to better adapt to changes at work
•    UNDERSTAND the need to be prepared for financial independence
•    DEMONSTRATE a positive attitude towards ageing

Course Details

Nett Fee after Government subsidy S$50.00


Society for WINGS (WINGS)



12 hours over 2 sessions


6250 1012


Lina Foo

Amy Wong

Betty Teo

Jana Dawson

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Trainer's Profile

Lina Foo

Lina Foo is a Financial Advisory Manager cum Trading Representative with Phillip Securities where she has been for the last 14 years. She is a certified Financial Planner and a practitioner for Life and General Insurance brokering, Unit Trust investment as well Stock Brokering. Lina is also an Estate planner practitioner who helps clients with their will and trust planning. A WINGS volunteer, Lina believes in the importance of empowering women to take charge of their own financial planning. 

Amy Wong

Amy was a Co-owner of a spring manufacturing business from 1980 to 2008. During her career, besides being a director of the group with factories in Malaysia and Philippines, she also held the post of General Manager in charge of the management of production, business coordination and admin/accounts. Currently, she's a business advisor to her company. After an early retirement, she becomes more involved in volunteer works and special interest organizations. She is on the Council of The China Society, and member of Chinese Women’s Association. Her volunteer works include WINGS, Willing Hearts, and Friends of Museums.

Betty Teo

Betty is a volunteer trainer with WINGS focusing on empowering women to age healthily and happily. Her last job was a Senior VP in Citibank with more than 20 years of regional experience in operations, leadership, project management and training.

Jana Dawson

Facilitating wellbeing through better awareness, relationships, engagement and meaning is Jana’s passion. Jana’s extensive travel, including having lived in multiple countries, facilitated in the development of her cultural sensitivity, resilience and empathy – psychological capacities that support her passion and work. Her multidisciplinary background in organisational and intercultural communication, positive psychology, coaching and mindfulness have fashioned her expertise in developing and delivering evidence-based, culturally applicable programmes in numerous organisational contexts.


As a positive psychology expert, she is an advocate of a strengths-based approach in guiding individuals, teams and organisations to develop positive behaviours that cultivate resilient and flourishing organisations. Jana earned her Master of Science in Applied Positive Psychology at the Anglia Ruskin University (UK) with a focus on Positive Organisational Behaviour, specifically Psychological Capital (Hope, Efficacy, Resilience, Optimism). She holds a postgraduate diploma in Positive Organisational Psychology and Leadership by The School of Positive Psychology in Singapore, where she is currently the director of academic and training development.

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