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22nd  June 2016
IMA Soft Skills CME Series
On an average an IMA leader sends or receives more than 100 emails every day. We need to train our staff, who respond to emails addressed to us, in basic email etiquettes so that the receiver does get annoyed but feels happy. 
 
Train your IMA staff who handles your email in the following manner. Let me confess, even I learnt a lot after I attended a similar workshop. 
 
If you write an email to someone you don’t know -    “Might I take a minute of your time?”
 
If it is someone you know - “I’m just emailing to ask…”
 
If you have sent an email and haven’t got any feedback - “When you get a minute, could you please drop me a line regarding my last email?”
or 
“I would like to follow up making sure you got my previous email.”
 
Instead of writing “Meeting” in the subject matter - Write: “Tomorrow, 5 am, super-important discussion!”
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Yoga can play a key role in the long-term management of lifestyle diseases
 
On International Yoga Day, Heart Care Foundation of India raises awareness about the effectiveness of yoga in helping manage diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, and cardiovascular irregularities
 
New Delhi, June 21, 2016: The United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga in December 2014. With Indian origins, yoga is a 5000-year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice aimed at the transformation of the mind, body and soul. Over the past few decades, Yoga has been widely accepted by people globally as a holistic approach to well-being and health. With established health benefits, yoga is also increasingly being prescribed by doctors as an add-on treatment with allopathic drugs to patients suffering from both psychosomatic and chronic degenerative diseases.
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