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Enoch Li


Enoch Li is the Founder & Managing Director of Bearapy, a workplace mental health consulting and training company that drives social impact in China. She is also a Leadership Consultant at INSEAD Executive Coaching, specializing in group psychodynamics in leadership, and sits on the Advisory Board of the Movement for Global Mental Health and the Executive Committee of the Global Mental Health Peer Network.

Enoch’s personal mission is to promote mentally healthy workplace culture through helping adults access their inner playfulness. Through Bearapy, Enoch works with multinationals, governments, and start-ups across Asia-Pacific to advocate emotional and mental health awareness for resilience, emotional awareness, leadership development, and optimum productivity. Her work and company is widely recognized in the society by various awards such as the Social Contributor of the Year 2018 Award by the International Professional Women's Society in China, and the Beijing Government’s OTEC Community Hero Award in 2020.

She holds a Masters in Law (Hons) from the University of London, an Executive Masters in Coaching and Consulting for Change (Distinction) from INSEAD and has completed the Play Therapy Certificate by the Canadian Association for Play Therapy. She is also a published author and writer on employee wellbeing, creativity and playfulness, featured in CNN, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, South China Morning Post, China Radio International, and CGTN. Her latest book, Stress in the City: Playing My Way Out of Depression, discusses the role of mental wellbeing and adult playfulness in organisations, particularly in the Asian context.

Enoch is married with two children, and spends her down time practising Chinese calligraphy or playing with jigsaw puzzles.

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Leadership & Organisations

Workplace Mental Health Is a Business Asset. Treat It That Way

Enoch Li

The most successful initiatives deliver employee well-being programmes as a strategic “product”, with four fundamental planning considerations.

Leadership & Organisations

Using Play to Address Uncertainties at Work

Enoch Li & Paul Harvey

Pop-up holding environments can help people and teams become more resilient, adaptable and cooperative.