** Please note: This is an introductory session. So, the trainer will be introducing the elements of Power Speaking to the kids. You can register with the trainer for regular classes after the introductory session.
About the Workshop:
Is your kid afraid of speaking in front of people? Does he/she find it difficult to connect with others? Is he/she at a loss of words when asked to speak about a particular topic?
If you have answered YES to any or all of the aforementioned questions, then it is time you took action right away. It is never too early to pump confidence into your kid. In fact, the earlier you start the better it is for your kid.
Today's world is dynamic - to get admission into top colleges and universities, kids not only have to be good at studies but they also have to be great orators, who are able to communicate their ideas effectively.
In this introductory session, the kids will learn how to:
1. Make impactful introductions
2. Leverage their strengths (with regard to communication)
3. Overcome their weaknesses (with regard to communication)
4. Boost their confidence through power poses
This will be an interactive session to get kids to speak and improve the way they communicate. Hence, the group size will be small. Please do register early to avoid disappointment. Also, there will be no refunds/cancellations after registration. The session will happen rain or shine.
About the Trainer:
Ujwala Evani has over 9 years of rich international experience, having worked with people from the US, the UK, China, Singapore, and India. She is an alumna of top universities in Singapore - National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Ujwala has a knack for languages and this was evident right from her childhood. During her university days, Ujwala was selected as a delegate for the prestigious Harvard National Model United Nations conference and Japan-ASEAN student conference.
Today, Ujwala is committed to empowering kids and adults with life skills for excellence in school, at the workplace and beyond. She has started her very own company in Singapore called Linguasense and she shuttles between Singapore and India to conduct training programs.