Most of us probably don’t believe we need a formal definition of happiness; we know it when we feel it, and we often use the term to describe a range of positive emotions, including joy, pride, contentment, and gratitude. But to understand the causes and effects of happiness, researchers first need to define it. Many […]
On January 8th, 2020 from 10am to 1:30pm, the Happy Ho Team shared a wonderful session with the team Promega Biotech Pvt Ltd at the Heritage Village Resort, Manesar. Promega Corporation is a Madison, Wisconsin-based manufacturer of enzymes and other products for biotechnology and molecular biology with a portfolio covering the fields of genomics, protein […]
On the 6th of September 2019, Jwalant Swaroop along with Dr. Nonah Khanna and Sukanya Bhardwaj from Team Happy Ho were invited to the office of National Fertilizer Limited to conduct a workshop on “Emotional Wellness for Work-Life Balance”, because we all need to look away from work for a little bit and enjoy this […]
Emotional wellness is the foundation on which we build a quality life. And with this sacred thought in mind, Happy Ho organised an Emotional Wellness Retreat (13-16 June 2019) at Baghaan Orchard, Garhmukteshwar. The retreat aimed at creating an experience very unique to the participants, with the objective of helping them enhance their emotional well […]
Nandita Kochar On June 3rd 2019, Oil India in partnership with Happy Ho organised a conference for its employees at Duliajan, Assam. The topic at hand was ‘Happiness Class’ Mr. Jwalant Swaroop (Founder) and Dr. Nonah Khanna (Master Healer) and Mr. Nagesh Alai corporate mentor represented Happy Ho at the event. Here’s a short insight […]
On June 3rd 2019, Oil India in partnership with Happy Ho organised a conference for its employees at Duliajan, Assam. The topic at hand was ‘Happiness & Metrics for Success in Corporate Life’. One of the esteemed speakers at the conference was Mr. Nagesh Alai, a finance and legal professional having over 4 decades of […]
With a vision to empower women and use skill development as an agent, Navratan created ‘Astitva’- a project under which women from remote villages and slums get vocational and skill training. Navratan strongly believes that such skill development for women is key to improving a rural household’s productivity and employability.