The Personality Development Club of GGNIMT organized MEPlus+
The Personality Development Club of GGNIMT organized MEPlus+, a Five day Workshop on “Characteristics of Healthy Personality” from 11th September- 15th September, 2017.
Dr. S. P Singh, Hony. General secretary, GKEC inaugurated the session and motivated the students to be part of such activities for their all round development.
The first day of the event kicked off to a brilliant start with the resource person Mr. Jasminder Singh, a renowned Charted Account & motivational Trainer talking about the importance of Public Speaking. Highlighting the significance, Mr. Singh said that Public speaking is a crucial deciding factor for one’s career development, business growth and even the relationships one has with his friends and family.
He talked in length about the various tips and techniques needed to become a more effective public speaker. He emphasized that audience awareness, extensively researched and well prepared content along with voice modulation and expressions could help one do well at the public platforms.
Mr. Singh explained all these elements through a series of short video clips each highlighting some aspect of the speech. He motivated the students to have a never quit attitude to handle their stage fear and inhibitions. He also talked about the role of command over the language, gestures, eye contact and dress to be paramount in an effective delivery.
The second day of the workshop was based on the theme “Discover yourself”. Ms. Ratandeep Rekhi, a well known Life Skills Coach guided the students to introspect and identify who they were and what were their strengths. She encouraged them to identify their blind spots and overcome them through a conscious effort. She accentuated that a life without passion would never be successful & meaningful. She also dealt in length with the benefits of working in co-ordinated teams for effective results. She demonstrated the skill of teamwork through a series of games that clarified the concept in an amusing way.
The Day three of MePlus+ focused on understanding the behavior patterns of an individual and ways to handle them for an efficient outcome. Mr. Manish Sharma, a Motivator & Parenting Coach made the students aware of different personality types enabling them to better understand themselves and adapt their behaviors with others.
The session helped the students to identify factors that motivated them and caused them stress. They also learnt the skill of improved working relationships and stronger convincing abilities. Mr. Sharma also shared the tips for facilitating better teamwork and minimizing team conflict.
Dr. Rupesh Chaudhary, Psychiatrist, DMC&H, was the guest speaker on the fourth day of the workshop. While addressing the gathering on the topic “Anger Management” Dr. Chaudhary said that one may feel that venting your anger is healthy, but the truth is that anger is much more likely to damage your relationships, impair your judgment, get in the way of success, and have a negative impact on the way people see you”
He further said that with the insight about the real reasons for your anger and a few anger management tips, one can learn to keep his temper from hijacking his life. He elaborated that “exploring the real reason behind your anger”, “learning ways to cool down” and “finding healthier ways to express your anger” can help one to manage anger in his life. The day concluded with a question answer round where the students seeked solutions to their the personal stressful situations.
Mr. Gaurav Sethia, Master Spirit Life Coach and Career Coach addressed the fifth day of the workshop on the topic ”Sense of Time”. Explaining the topic Mr. Sethia said that one must have the sense of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities with the view to increase effectiveness. He focused on the fact that good time management aids one to work smarter enabling them to get more done in less time, even when time is tight and pressures are high.
He further mentioned that failing to manage your time damages your effectiveness and causes stress. Mr Sethia urged the students to follow the 80/20 Pareto Principle for better management of time and one’s life
During the second half of the concluding session, Dr. Harpreet Singh, Principal, GGNIMT guided the students on the topic “ Body Language”. He elaborated on the relevance of postures, gestures and voice with respect to professional life. He demonstrated the use of right body postures required during meetings and interviews.
Prof. Manjit Singh Chhabra, Director GGNIMT extended his vote of thanks and said that such sessions are needed to groom the students into total personalities.