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Emotional Hygiene Workshop at Goodwill Christian College

Date : 22nd  September, 2017

Venue: Goodwill Christian College

Organised by: Dept. of Psychology

Recently, the Seshan’s Academy Infinity (SAI) team was at Goodwill Christian College, where MD & CEO Swarnalatha Iyer addressed a gathering of undergraduate psychology students on Emotional Hygiene. Speaking with enthusiasm and zeal, she told the students how to be aware of their emotional and social wellness, and discussed in detail how they can maintain good emotional hygiene. The session was filled with practical tools and guidelines on how to maintain stable relationships, and express emotions aptly. The students showed  keen interest, listening carefully, and learning through interactive activities. The highlight of Prof. Swarnalatha’s talk was the importance of developing an “attitude of gratitude” towards everything in life. The programme was very well received by the management and students alike.

Personality Development Workshop for students of University of Agricultural Sciences

MD & CEO, Swarnalatha Iyer, recently conducted a two-day workshop on personality development for the students of University of Agricultural Sciences, Bengaluru. The need for a programme of this nature was felt by the management as majority of the students were from a rural background. Therefore, the topics decided were such that students could gain maximum benefit from the workshop.

The topics covered were:

  • Building Self- confidence
  • Communication Skills
  • Positive Mental Attitude
  • Time Management
  • Motivation & Goal Setting

The workshop consisted of games, exercises, group discussions and practice sessions to help students reflect upon their behaviour and thereby create a positive shift in their thinking and actions. The feedback from students towards this programme was very positive. They expressed their need for more of such programmes.

Swarnalatha says: “The students were highly interactive, and participated with zeal and enthusiasm, though the workshop was scheduled over the weekend. Overall it was a very satisfying experience for me. At the onset, students shared their apprehensions with me- most of them had certain inhibitions owing to their rural background. By the close of day 2, the same students expressed to me how I had helped them to uncover their strengths and goodness, and had motivated them to tap into their potential fearlessly. Such experiences fuel my passion for empowering talented youngsters.”