Amity International Business School organised Management Development Program on “Stress and Cross Cultural Management” in Singapore from the 2nd-5th December 2007. The enthusiastic team of 18 participants and 2 faculty members ensured the success of this endeavor as they discussed, deliberated and debated on Stress Management, its implications and remedies to overcome it. The importance of Cross Cultural Management on Stress management was also discussed extensively.
Personal one-to-one discussions and sessions were conducted with all the participants, which left each one of them satisfied and contented; yet in an introspective way that assured that they would find ways of meeting their stress factors effectively.
One of the other highlights of the programme was the opportunity to gain invaluable global exposure by interacting with senior faculty and students of one of the best academic institutions there, the National University of Singapore (NUS).
BINGO (Business Incubation of Global Organisations); an International NGO promoted by NUS, Singapore conducted a presentation on its constitution, the history and culture of Singapore. The visit helped to further develop a strong collaboration with the University as the participants learnt about incubation strategies, decision making and financing that encouraged them to become successful socially responsible entrepreneurs.
Visits to Gems and Jewellery Factory and various other informative cultural and social spots helped in understanding the diversity and economics of the region by gaining practical insights. As a perfect complement to the thought provoking modules on stress management, extensive Yoga sessions were also conducted by a Yoga professional from Singapore.