My Voice – Session 9

We all have an opinion or a view or simply a thought about things that happen around us or to us. Sometimes we think about it, at times we speak about it, and perhaps even take action but most times we do nothing. And that’s ok.

But what if we had a safe space for minds to meet, where we could talk about things that matter to us, listen to each other, learn from our own self?

Invites you on Wednesday 9th Sept, 6PM-7 PM SGT & HKT / 3:30PM-4:40PM (IST) via Zoom to

“MY VOICE”

A platform where we can do all of this and more, through a series of online discussions with like-minded women. Where we can agree, disagree, or agree to disagree but without any judgement. And together we shall embark on a new journey, each week with an interesting & thought-provoking topic that touches us!

SESSION 9 TOPIC: POWER OF APPRECIATION

To be seen, to be acknowledged, to be accepted is a fundamental need with each one of us. But ask yourself the number of times you have been recognized and then count the moments when you felt appreciated. Appreciation is powerful. A study by Glassdoor found that 81% of employees surveyed felt motivated to work harder when their boss showed appreciation. Research also shows that feeling appreciated leads to better health, lower stress and fewer sick days. Even with increased productivity, the stunning fact is that appreciation in the workplace lags far behind expressions of appreciation in society at large.  

At My Voice Session 9, join Neerja Singh as she talks about how  a conscious choice to acknowledge something or someone can craft our relationships and affect how we see ourselves. And how appreciation can not only improve cognitive abilities and general sense of well-being but also increase trust and collaboration among colleagues. 

A Zoom link will be shared with the registered attendees via email prior to the event. We can only allow limited guests to join, as it’s an interactive session with audio & video. There is no charge to attend this and the purpose is to simply share opinions and views with each other.

 

About Neerja Singh

Neerja Singh a “Seenager” (meaning senior teenager) is a professional speaker with 37 years of work and life experience as an advertising executive, prize winning fiction writer, feature journalist, teacher, documentary script-writer, TV anchor and professional columnist. She is the President of the Delhi Chapter of Professional Speakers Association of India and an advocate of social sensitisation. And when Neerja is not busy speaking or writing, she enjoys playing golf, riding her road bike (her personal record is 250KM) and swimming a kilometre at a time.

 

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