Aspiring leaders hone oratory skills
Aspiring political leaders from across both the Telugu States have learnt important tips during 52nd batch of Vaktha. The two-day training programme, which was organised by Hmtv in coordination with Kaushalya School of Life Skills helped in boosting the confidence of many a participants.
Hyderabad: Aspiring political leaders from across both the Telugu States have learnt important tips during 52nd batch of Vaktha. The two-day training programme, which was organised by Hmtv in coordination with Kaushalya School of Life Skills helped in boosting the confidence of many a participants.
The Director (Training), Kapil Group and the lead faculty of the programme, D Bal Reddy, on Sunday explained to the participants that the public speaking was a skill, which could only be honed by regular practice. He gave important tips and techniques relating to public speaking.
S Anand Parjanya, faculty on body language, trained the participants in maintaining their posture while delivering a speech and communicating at a public place. He explained to them as to how the orator should communicate the subject with the coordinating actions of hands.
K Srikanth, another faculty, explained important techniques of voice modulation since a good speaker maintains a high-tone while delivering the speech. He made students practise some of the important tips and showed how voice culture and modulation can make a person an effective public speaker.
While providing their feedback, some of the participants described the two-day session as a complete transformation in their attitude and body language and they had learnt to maintain poise like an ‘orator.’ They expressed satisfaction in the way training was conducted and termed this training as a lifetime experience. With burning desire to turn good orators, they expressed eagerness to grab mikes.
Sk Vahida, a mayoral aspirant from Nellore, felt that she had received more than what she expected during the two-day training classes. She felt that the tips provided by the faculty members would be helpful in achieving her dreams. While lauding the inspirational training, she described this as a useful programme for grooming ‘future leaders.’
P Padmavati from Miryalguda explained that the training gave her an opportunity to correct mistakes while speaking on the stage. Describing the programme as motivational, she felt that there was now a greater possibility of achieving her goals. K Srinivas from Peddapalli felt that the training had helped boost his confidence and he was ready to grab the microphone.