National Life Insurance conducts well-being training program

KATHMANDU, JUNE 19: In an effort to promote a better work-life balance and create a conducive workplace environment, National Life Insurance Co. Ltd. conducted a holistic well-being training program for its senior employees on June 16, 17, and 18.

 This very program was designed to benefit both individuals and institutions by providing a wide range of resources aimed at achieving personal and professional excellence.

The training was led by Neeva M. Pradhan, Director of Corporate Programs for Nepal, Art of Living. Pradhan is an esteemed International Corporate Trainer with a rich professional background in the banking sector, specializing in managing loan portfolios and conducting management trainings. In addition, Senior Trainer Mr. Achyut Gautam and Ms. Samjhana Kharel also helped to conduct this program.

The Art of Living programs have a successful track record spanning over forty-plus years and have been implemented in approximately 186 countries worldwide. These programs align with the World Health Organization's Wellness Model, aiming to create a disease-free, stress-free, trauma-free, and blissful state for participants, thereby promoting overall health and well-being.

National Life Insurance is said to be proud to offer this transformative training to its employees, recognizing that a healthy, motivated, and connected workforce is essential to the company's success.