In the last quarter of 2017, I was blessed to have an opportunity to share the knowledge and experience I have gained in public speaking Youth For Sewa asked me to team up with Yogesh Joshi from Shruti Arts – Leicester and deliver a one-day masterclass for the team.
They really engaged with the content, got stuck in with the workshops and were stretched out of their comfort zones to take on impromptu speaking tasks.
The process was humbling for me to give back to the community, curate workshop material and share key skills for effectivecommunication. I was also thankful to have worked with YogeshJi, his delivery and presence left me in awe, realising I have plenty left to learn.
I resonate with the work the YFS team are doing, please check out their page and let me know if you have any questions.
At the Middle East HQ of HSBC on Emmar Square by the world famous Burj Khalifa delivering an impromptu speech on Volcanoes, winning the mini contest and gaining further international speaking experience
I am currently typing this up from Zavida coffee shop, downtown Toronto. For being an out of towner, the lovely barista gave me a free cookie, the people of this country are so nice! Would you say no to a free cookie? Give them a follow and if you are in the area, drop by and then let me know if their coffee tastes any good, for I whole heartedly abstain from coffee, its smell and taste abhor me. You ever tried Indian tea? #ChaaDaCup
I caught an Uber down here, through crazy Toronto traffic, from North York, where I was at the offices of Dell Canada, visiting their Toastmasters club. Last December, I was out in New Delhi, India where I visited and spoke at fellow clubs Adobe and Tata Consultancy Services, you can read more about that in a previous post: http://spreadwisdom.co.uk/international-experience-and-now-competent-leader/
Today I delivered speech 10 from my competent communication manual, whose objectives are to inspire your audience;