Saikat Sen conducted the workshop. He started in a lighter tone with an icebreaker which helps the participants to understand the objective of the program. The aim of the program is of providing insights into the underlying causes of stress and anxiety, the workshop gave the participants guidelines and tools not only about some palliative measures but to help them be permanently cleansed of these root anomalies and their effects in their persons and lives. The experiential format of the session provided opportunities for reflection and deliberation to each participant on their experience and views on the different aspects of stress. Total 20 participants actively took part in the sessions and expressed their frank opinion about the workshop. The participants feedback at the end indicated that the dissipation of stress factors in their lives have been successfully initiated through this workshop.
Feedback of the participants:
It was excellent, however should be of longer duration. I find most interesting in the programme is becoming aware of the symptoms & cure of stress. – Nishant Shrivastava, Credit management, Schneider Electric.
The program was very useful with crisp insights & suggestions. I find most interesting in the programme are video session, case study & suggestions for self-improvement. – Swaroop, HR, Schneider Electric.
The workshop was quite informative and eye opening session. It was really simple steps and tips to manage stress. –Rahul Kumar, Global Marketing, Schneider Electric.
It was a great learning to beat stress. – Upendra P. Singh, Field Services, Schneider Electric.
This program is really very nice and helps us to relax and say & feel like challenges are really the opportunities for us. – Khushboo, ZEC- LPO, Schneider Electric.
It was great, made us pay heed no small things that can add much to your life. The learning and insights given in the programme were most interesting. – Gururipa, Finance, Schneider.
It was a great and very thought provoking session. I find most interesting in the programme is sharing gratitude as the biggest stress buster. – Anita Srivastava, Administration, Schneider Electric.