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De-stressing sessions for execs

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Chennai, Aug. 2

Oriental Qualitech Training and Services (OQTS) and the Madras Chamber of Commerce and Industry will organise two day-long sessions called "Success to Significance". The interactive sessions will be conducted on August 5 and 6 by Swami Swaroopananda of the Chinmaya Mission. The sessions, aimed at de-stressing senior level executives, will have mind games and brain mapping enablers.

They will cover areas such as stress management, leadership and teamwork and attitude change. About 100 representatives from companies such as Indian Oil Corporation, Larsen & Toubro, TVS Motors and TAFE have confirmed participation, said Mr Saba Singaram, Director, OQTS. These sessions will be held at 10 cities all over India, beginning with Chennai and moving to Thiruvananthapuram. The series will conclude in February next year.

The Oriental Group is a construction company that carries out turnkey projects, besides offering HR training to corporates.

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