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Session Title: Improving well-being to achieve goals
Speaker: Nomita Sharma, Professor, University of Delhi
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Session description: The talk will focus on the meaning of ‘well-being and its importance in general and in times of pandemic. The talk will traverse through the practices that can be employed to stay positive and achieve long-term goals. Long-term goal: I want to be a university topper in the next year. Short-term goal: In order to be a topper, I will have to regular learning, reading studying habits, and add more intellectual activity to my day. Well-being supports the achievement of short and long-term goals in life. Well-being is important of the overall health of an individual that enables them to manage the challenges of life. The talk will highlight some of the practices that individuals can use to achieve life goals and also improve well-being.

Bio: Dr. Nomita Sharma has completed her doctoral research at the University of Delhi, South Campus, researching in the area of management of innovations in Small and Medium Enterprises. She holds two Master’s Degrees in Management and Computer Applications. She began her career in 1997 as a Human Resource professional in different organizations before starting her teaching career in 2002. Presently, Dr. Nomita Sharma works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management Studies, University of Delhi. Her professional interest includes teaching and pursuing research in management-related areas with a special focus on Innovation Management and its policy implications in the interdisciplinary areas. She explores innovation in education as well by exploring different subjects in management and computer applications. Specifically, her research interest includes exploring different strategies for management of innovation, different ways that organizations adopt for staying competitive, the study of innovation in relation to macro and microenvironment. She has been associated with Asian Productivity Organization (APO), Japan as a Resource Person since 2017. Recently she has given an online productivity talk for them. In the past, she has developed course material for a self e-learning course on management of innovation in SMEs and also conducted three e-Learning courses on Management Innovation in SMEs (Both Introductory and Advanced) for the member countries of APO, Japan.