Corporate Seminar & Speaking Events

Increasing workplace expectation and pressure is driving fear, insecurity, low self-esteem and negativity. These are substantial barriers to growth and satisfying life, both occupationally and personally. According to reports, more than 50% of techies are experiencing stress related problems. Mental health and well-being of the workforce is at risk, now more than ever.

Some stress in unavoidable and may even drive motivation. But it’s the unremitting stress which takes a toll on individuals. It is, therefore, imperative that we understand macro and micro-stressors and the way we relate to them. This awareness will help us avoid or alter stressors. Undeniably the way we manage stress dictates our health, quality of life/relationships and satisfaction with work.

Many professionals are consulting discretely and benefiting from educational and therapy sessions, and renegotiating coherence in their environment. However, sessions conducted in small and large groups are more beneficial as they offer generalisation and validation of the problem, as well as learning of preemptive and not just reactive wellbeing measures.

Dr Jain offers practical and informative seminars that are problem and solution focused.  He can help you discover new and exciting ways to develop and enhance your skills so you can have a balanced and more harmonious work life, one that is free of stress!

Seminar topics can include:

  • Managing workplace stress
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Time Management
  • Communication and Listening Skills
  • Presentation Skills Workshop
  • Conflict Management Skills
  • Motivational Skills
  • Managing Change
  • Negotiation
  • Giving & Receiving Feedback
  • Understanding and Managing Depression and Psychological problems
  • Coping with bullying
  • Dependency management (addictions)

For inviting, checking availability and speaking fees, please email: or send message via contact

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