Ebène, 1 June, 2017: The National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) intends to raise awareness and trigger thinking on a number of issues affecting the daily lives of people and guide them towards being more productive in their activities on both personal and professional fronts.
It is in this effort that the NPCC has launched “Knowledge Exchange – Feed your mind at lunchtime”, an initiative that aims at unveiling the challenges and solutions to issues that hamper our productivity and efficiency in our daily activities.
Knowledge Exchange has been designed to be an interactive session among members of the public who will be first guided by a resource person of the NPCC during the knowledge sharing session and then encouraged to debate on the issue to find the potential solutions during the their lunchtime.
The initiative purposefully targets the public during lunchtime as it is the time of the day when most people can free up themselves. The sessions will be held on a monthly basis in the conference room of the NPCC and will be conducted free of charge to the public.
Knowledge Exchange kicks off with the theme “How to manage the fear of being unsuccessful in life” on Wednesday 7 June from 1200 and 1300 hours. The knowledge sharing session will be conducted by Mrs. Danielle Wong Ng, council member of the NPCC.
Click here to download Mrs. Wong's presentation on the theme "How to manage the fear of being unsuccessful in life".