Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Corporate Wellness Programs

Now that I'm working here in Cambodia, I have realized a lot of things.  I feel lucky that I was a product of a good and reputable company in the Philippines. Most of my rewarding growth experiences were derived from this company and this is where I've learned a lot of things about my work and profession. I was lucky to have good mentors, and was very fortunate to have received countless training and seminars on various training programs.  The truth is whenever I check my training certificates folder, I couldn't believe that I was able to attend all those training and seminars. Perhaps, if I would use those certificates to cover the wall of my bedroom,  I think these certificates are good enough to cover one side of the walls.  

When I was chosen to be a part of the Trainers Guild, I was exposed more to trainings and seminars.  Me and the other members of the group were trained under the able leadership of the company's master trainer from our main office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  He conducted the Trainer's Training Program to prepare us to be the company's future trainers.  That was a very good experience for me.  Not only I've enjoyed conducting seminars a lot but I also had a great time working with the members of the group who eventually became my close friends.

Our group offers a number of corporate wellness programs and one of the training programs that I have facilitated was "Stress Management".  I have focused on the physiology of stress and how to beat stress in the work place by simple exercises and meditations.  I had also given them some tips on how to avoid stress and  how to keep oneself organized in the work place.  I have enjoyed preparing the training module for this program and have incorporated some exercises to enable my participants to have a "feel" of what they have learned from the program.  I have worked with two different companies here in Cambodia on 3 different locations in the country but none of them are keen in providing seminars and trainings about corporate wellness which is a sad thing.  I hope that the management would later on realize the need for such seminars to be given to the employees.  Based from experience, additional knowledge on this topic can very well bring positive results to the employees and increase their productivity.

This is a sponsored post, however all the opinions and ideas presented here are my own.

1 comment:

  1. Well all employees are ought to have training and wellness program to keep them motivated in working for the company.


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