Success Media to conduct an array of programmes

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Success Media is a brand name that associates itself with personality development and positive thinking programmes of international calibre. The leading personality development company in Sri Lanka has also pioneered printing books on positive thinking in Sinhala language. 

Success Media will soon embark on an islandwide programme on effective public speaking to groom young executives, sales representatives, team leaders, entrepreneurs, young politicians and social workers. An array of programmes is to be held in main cities in the country.

Surveys and audits carried out by the company has revealed lack of self-confidence and public speaking skills hinder the success of many young professionals, politicians and entrepreneurs in this country. This particular programme has been designed to groom these individuals to tread in the path towards success with confidence. Enrolments for the programme are now on. A programme will have only 10 participants to guarantee individual attention on the participants and effectiveness of the programme. First two programmes will be held in Colombo and Kandy.

The three-day effective public speaking programme will be a very practical-oriented and highly-interactive one. Participants will be taught of finer points in effective public speaking and how to do away with drawbacks such as lack of self-confidence and shyness.  

Success Media Company Director Feroz Miskin expressing his views said surveys and audits carried out world over and by his company in particular has revealed many educated and skilled youngsters who yearn to climb the corporate ladder or to become successful businessmen lack effective public speaking skills. 

Effective public speaking skills can be developed from as early as schooling days and ideally should be continuously horned throughout one’s adult life. A person can project his or her image to the society or in the professional sphere via effective public speaking. 

Many are reluctant to participate in such programmes fearing it may hamper their reputation and also with the wrongful perception, it will be an insult to their education. We have designed these programmes keeping those concerns in mind where we ensure safer environment for express feelings and emotions and to experiment with various styles of speaking without fear and inhibition. This three-day programme will make you a different person who does not fear public speaking anymore,” said Miskin.

To enrol for the programme you may send your CV to or call the hotline 077 230 9992 and contact Riyaz Siddik. 

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