100th Tristar Toastmasters gathering will highlight perspectives on leadership by Toastmasters World Champion of Public Speaking Mark Brown

  • Finalist Kwong Yue Yang to share powerful tips on effective listening and leadership

As part of Tristar’s employee development programme, the company is active in encouraging employees to develop their communication, public speaking skills, and leadership abilities by participating in Toastmasters club. To celebrate their 100th session, the Tristar Toastmasters Club members will be joined by World Champion of Public Speaking, Mark Brown, and twice finalist, Kwong Yue Yang, plus two other well-known speakers– Chendil Kumar on “Change – do we have a choice”; and 2016 World Champion Finalist from Sri Lanka, Kaishika Rodrigo.

Using a unique blend of humour and hard-hitting honesty, Mark Brown will challenge the group to take their performance to the next level. “I am looking forward to speaking at the Tristar Toastmasters meeting. To host the 100th session is a remarkable achievement for the company and it shows the management’s commitment to developing leaders from within,” said Brown.

 “My advice to all aspiring leaders is to be a listener first, don’t be in a hurry to talk. Listen to your team, and you would be surprised how many great ideas can come from it,” added Kwong.

The event will take place on Friday, 23rd February at the Emirates Headquarters Auditorium on Airport Road.

According to Eugene Mayne, Group CEO of Tristar, “We have found the Toastmasters international programme to be very effective for our employees’ communication and leadership development. Many people consider leadership to be essentially related to work, but in my opinion, leadership is not only related to our work environment but also to our day to day lives- the way we treat our family members, our friends, and members of the community we live in. Great communication skills and leadership abilities will make our life more fulfilling and those around us happier. I look forward to hearing Brown and Yang’s perspectives on the importance of communication and leadership development.”

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