“My role is to ensure that all the learners are happy and satisfied with the BYJU’S app,” says Neha Kambli in this week’s edition of BYJU’S Super Five. The mini-series spotlights the journey of BYJUites who have been with us for five years or more. In a quick chat, they give us a sneak peek into everything from their lives, learnings to even a super power they wished they had.
In this session, Neha, the Senior Manager- Student Experience, tells us that the biggest lesson she’s learned from working at BYJU’S is to strike the right work-life balance.
How will you describe your role at a dinner party?
I ensure that all our students and learners are happy and satisfied with the BYJU’S learning app.
What’s your favorite memory of being a BYJUite?
I miss our special office lunches! Come what may, festivities and special days used to be our Biryani lunch day. And everyone would get together for those, even the managers.
One thing you have learned from working in BYJU’S?
As BYJU’S continues to grow, we are also growing and learning something new every day. I think I have picked up a few lessons on how to strike the right work-life balance.
If you had the power to change the world, what would you wish for?
I wish for a little more sensibility. The world would be a better place if people thought more and stop being biased with their opinions.
Who has been your favourite WFH companion?
It is my friend-turned-colleague Kavya Reddy. She also just completed five years at BYJU’S. She’s my go-to person for most things in work and in life.
Tell us about a cause that is close to your heart.
Mental health is a cause that’s important to me. This lockdown has been tough on a lot of people, and as an Art of Living teacher, I try my best to guide them through meditation and stress relieving techniques.
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