NIPM Pune programme - Brainy way to Self-Respect


National Institute of Personnel Management (Pune Chapter)
Invitation
NIPM(Pune Chapter) in association with MCCIA and in coordination with Sinhagad Technical Education Society,  has arranged a Lecture Program on 18th October 2014.
Topic   :                       Brainy way to Self-Respect
                    By Dr. Sachin Deshmukh
It is the fact that happy and healthy person is more creative & productive. Present fast life style at workplace and society causes the uncomfortable situation which in turn affects the results delivered by him. To move from discomfort to comfort it is obviously necessary to be happy. To reach this goal we need to train our brain. Though the mind has vital role in developing the personality we have no direct control to mold/change it. To change/mold we need to have brainy way on which we could have control.

Dr Sachin Deshmukh, practicing doctor. He has researched over 8 years and found  new and easy formula to reduce and convert the painful memories into neutral memories so that a person becomes light, and more creative and productive. He conducts full day workshops on “Journey from discomfort to comfort”.  He will explain important aspects of this formula.

Agenda for the Program :
Date & Time        : Saturday, 18th October, 2014 at 5.30 pm
Venue                  : Sinhagad Technical Education Society(STES)
                               Off Karve Road, near Sharda Center and Persistant
                               Kothrud  (Land Mark Nal Stop, Padale Palace)

The program will be followed by High Tea sponsored by STES.

You are requested to attend this unique program in large number. Kindly confirm about your participation on email Id nipmpune@gmail.com
Prior registration is necessary for better arrangements


Abhijeet Shah                Ashok Gandhe                      Kuldip Joshi
Chairman                       Hon’Secretary                      Chairman HRD Committee

NIPM                              NIPM                                    MCCIA

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