I moved back to Pakistan at the end of 2017 with two dreams: Launch my coffee shop/chain** and introduce ‘happiness training’ for corporates and individuals. And I am so grateful that both are on track! So far, I have done ‘happiness training’ at Engro Energy, Pakistan State Oil, K-Electric and now at Pak Suzuki Motors, apart from the non-commercial talks at Karachi University, NED University, Dawood University and a few others.
The happiness training at Pak Suzuki Motors was part of an employee wellness program called ‘StayWell’ – designed by the HR/Training team of Suzuki in collaboration with Cube Consulting. The program was run at Karachi, Rawalpindi, Lahore and Multan during Sep-Nov 2019. We trained over 1500 employees in 25 batches of 20-40 participants each!
My contribution was towards the ’emotional wellness’ aspect which included:
- Developments in positive psychology and why it matters so much
- Why we should learn to become happier, and how that affects every area of our life
- What contributes to happiness/unhappiness at work, and what can we do about it
- Tool and tips to raise our happiness level at work, and in life
Here’s what some of the organizers had to say…
Mush Panjwani knows how to spread positivity. The objective of making people realize how happiness enhances productivity and wellbeing was not easy… but I am really grateful for this True Happiness Expert whose practical approaches with real life examples made it possible. Mush’s session really strengthened our Workplace Wellness drive and made this transformation journey successful. Keep Inspiring! ~Muhammad Noman Ayub, Team Lead -Training & Development
It was a life-changing experience with Mush Panjwani! The way he involved and engaged our employees, and provided insights and tips on happiness and positivity. As a result, our employees are trying to become a higher version of themselves and are more grateful in their lives. ~Sohaib Bhatti, Head of Training & Talent Acquisition
Click the play button to see some of the many exciting moments captured during or after the sessions…
**More about Mush’s coffee chain at www.CoffeeWagera.com or Facebook/CoffeeWagera