Pynskhemlang praised by Julbenson.
In the month of April, Pynskhemlang Niangti or Pyns as he is fondly called, demonstrated his passion and his dedication to his work on Creative projects (Motion graphics) when he cancelled his planned leave and was even working late into the night with no complaints or any sign of frustration. He has a very strong "Can do" attitude and I know this for a fact that the customer he was working with at the time is not an easy person to please as he is very detail oriented and demanding. After all, he himself possesses a range of skills ranging from Creative direction, Music production, Adobe Creative Suite, Sound design, Video production and Graphics design. In other words, Pyns is working with a customer who is a master himself in his own right and to have delivered the high–quality result, which the customer appreciated profusely, is nothing short of a miracle!
I am very thankful, really motivated and inspired to see you with this attitude. Wish we have more like you to lead us with examples. Keep the passion burning brighter dude! YOU ROCK!
Gary Levinson Lyngdoh
On his personal objective for the future.
I believe and trust that all the staff of Chillibreeze takes ownership of their own responsibilities with less supervision, are self–motivated and thrive on responsibility, value and encourage participation, encouraged to develop expertise and make suggestions and improvements.
My objective is to work smarter, faster and coordinate well with my team to accomplish the goals of the company. We are always learning every day; we should be innovative and find new ways to accomplish tasks with least effort and time. We should challenge and encourage each other to set high goals and push ourselves to work harder by taking ownership of our responsibilities with less supervision. We should “figure it out” by thinking smartly and reach our goals without any error.
I want to build and develop myself by becoming more proactive and take action responsibly, be humbler, align well with the values and principles and use the resources efficiently and productively.
Alfred Davis Kharpuri
Memorable moments of 2015.
During my training in the Accounts department, there was a day when the phone rang and Ibanshanlang asked me to pick up the call. I resisted, felt nervous and told him I won't pick up. He did it himself which resulted in silence in the room for hours after.
But as time passed, with the "push and pull" of my teammates I felt that I am more confident to handle calls coming in and was even able to give a presentation during the Parent's Orientation Day held at the company.
I would like to thank Lovina Shangpliang, Elvin Steward Kharpuri and Ibanshanlang Chyne who have been my strongest support to build a fresher like me and now I am ready to learn more and more and build my career here.
Sharing his thought on "Kaizen".
Being in Chillibreeze, I have learned a lot. Thanks to the team members and the team leaders who continuously pushed me from day one.
Now "Kaizen" is a Japanese word which means the practice of continuous improvement. It is a new word to me but the meaning has truly inspired me. I am working on improving my communication skills in terms of writing, speaking and one-on-one interaction.
Moreover, I only have basic computer skills and am determined to learn how to use MS Excel, which is an important part of my duty so that I may carry out my tasks more efficiently. This, in turn, will benefit the team whereby my team members who are dependent on me for reports will receive it on time.
On his future plan ahead.
What I am looking to accomplish over the coming days is to be able to work independently when it comes to working in After Effect video projects. I aim to excel and have the confidence to be able to complete any customer projects with best quality output than what it is now. In order to accomplish this, I will need to do thorough learning on my own free time and exercise my own skills so as to dig deep and learn more.
Read more about Pynskhemlang's story here.
His explanation concerning the word "Kaizen".
The word Kaizen originated from a Japanese word which means "Continuous improvement". Japan is a country which is prone to earthquakes yet it is still a developed country. How can they be tagged as a developed nation with the frequent and intense earthquakes in the background? And that is where Kaizen made all the difference. Personally, I feel this is what keeps them in a challenging mindset. Improvement is not enough but continuous improvement is what keeps the momentum growing. This is a very important lesson that the Japanese have taught us where we learn to overcome insurmountable odds with discipline and sheer determination. So let us pull our sleeves and face whatever comes.
Sharing her thought on the word "Kaizen".
Andrew Fancon has already explained Kaizen and I am particularly influenced by it as "Kaizen" is all about big results coming from many small changes accumulated over time. It is important to note that Kaizen is a way of thinking, not a project to complete.
So we need to adopt Kaizen in all spheres of our lives so that we may grow, learn and progress. So let’s start with small improvements. I have already started working on my communication skills and am determined to improve my ability to communicate. No one is perfect but no one is weak either! If we think we can then why not?