Some of our work include:
Greece (private schools), Austria (family based relationship workshops), Germany (workshops for the tourism industry: Better success with positive karmas), Bulgaria (workshops for interpersonal skills), USA for Sustainable inclusiveness.
UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization) associated events
Offices, corporate houses/workplaces
Workshops in Government offices like Indian Oil, Gail, etc. Workshops in private companies like Tafcon, Bluemoon Travels, etc.
Pragya TV - Inhouse workshop for Management.
• To build strong characteristics within the individual.
• Law of Karma - understand the way it affects our life.
• Inclusiveness - Universal Love is the only way to beat negativity.
• Bring about a radical change in the individual to be better citizens, better individuals.
• To veiw life with a larger perspective to beat monotony, mediocrity and stress.
• Develop strong positive emotions.
• Develop higher spiritual quotient (SQ) the latest management keyword.
• Achievement and success need not compromise on physical health, emotional well being and escalate egoistic arrogance.
International Sustainable tourism conclave in Waynada, Kerala
Motivation talks for inclusive sustainable society
Motivational talks for Pragya TV
Pragya TV - Motivation Talks- Minute of Motivation and Parents ki Paatshaala.
Workshops for institutions, schools, colleges
Amity University: Value based living - is it successful? This was extensively covered in the workshop. 85% of the students (all professionals in their final year of studies) found the program very useful. Practical tips was provided as to how to combat negativity in daily life. The students particularly, requested for more such programs.
Jaagran Public School, Sector 47, Noida, India
Jaagran Public School organised several workshops for the students, interactive workshops for students.
Parents workshop a great success!
Workshops for foreign interns
Workshops in other events, exhibitions, conferences
Workshop in Malls
Workshops in Parks
Transforming Society: Building grassroot leaders