Gender-based yoga for conflict resolution
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Organisations are taking proactive measures to manage conflict and intra-level competition through employee wellness programmes, emphasizing the use of yoga for developing harmonious relationships and positive behavioural changes at the workplace. Yoga has gained enormous popularity worldwide due to its long-term impact on physical, mental and emotional levels of employees. Although yoga has been incorporated as one of the employee wellness programmes in several organizations, its role in conflict management has not been researched comprehensively. Therefore the purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between the implementation of gender-based yoga and conflict resolution amongst employees for improved productivity. In order to obtain relevant data, qualitative research approach was utilized. Three important issues, namely behavioural changes, relationships with others and work productivity were investigated. The results suggest that gender-based yoga enhances the balance of feminine and masculine traits, creating alignment in physical, emotional, and psychological health, thereby improving the general wellbeing of employees within an organisation.