NEW DELHI: “What’s one expected to do is acquire a fair degree of knowledge of business lingo for entrepreneurial and professional success when it comes to having an understanding of business communication skills. Further, adequate preparation for what’s one likely to deliver has no substitute”, said the entrepreneur Ajeet Thakur while addressing a seminar on ‘Effective Business Communication Skill’ held on Saturday in the national capital under the aegis of British Lingua, an institute of international repute for communication skills and personality development.
“Connecting with the target audience is an art that needs to be mastered for the desired success. Hence, honing interpersonal skills is a sine qua non if one wants to be equipped with the professional expertise needed in today’s world.” added seasoned Ajeet Thakur, founder of Deltron Manufacturing Solutions Pvt Ltd, a Delhi NCR-based technology entity.
“Citing a beautiful and practical example of how just as a cricketer holds a practice session in a run-up to the match, in the same way, the CEO of a company does a lot of rehearsal before a business presentation when such a situation calls for.”, averred engineer Thakur while motivating the inquisitive participants on the day.
“Thanks to having been blessed with English communication skills, one is regarded as a global citizen in terms of linguistic skills that remove barriers and make sure the free flow of message whether vertical or horizontal, irrespective of geographical locations all across the world.”, thundered noted author and British Lingua managing director, Dr Birbal Jha, who is popularly known as the Youngest Living Legend of Mithila.
“The scope of business widens with tools for global communication skills being acquired, more particularly in the era of technology where one can connect another within a fraction of a second or a minute.”, added Dr Jha, who has championed the cause of English skills training in India, effecting a change in the lifestyles of people all across.
Delhi University’s Vinod Sukheja while emphasizing the tangibility and quality training in English said, English removed from its setting is bound to give a local colour and smell. Hence, the standard of communication must be adhered to for sure success.
“Dr Birbal Jha is deified as the messiah of the unprivileged section of society for his role in uplifting the socio-economic condition of millions of Indians by way of imparting English skills training to them and bringing about a change in their standard of living and lifestyles”, added Sukheja.
“With the availability of British Lingua online and offline classes under the guidance of social entrepreneur and crusader Dr Birbal Jha, the present generation is fortunate enough to have easy access to learning tools and facilities”, said veteran Thakur in his concluding statement on the day.