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Yukthi presents CEO Communication at Rotary World Convention


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Communication Specialist CEO Yukthi K. Gunasekera

CEO Communication Specialist YKG Associates announced that its Managing Director and Lead Trainer Yukthi K. Gunasekera has been selected to train Rotary club leaders from over 200 countries and geographies in CEO Communication at this year’s world convention to be held in Hamburg, Germany. Called ‘CEO CONNECT: Best Communication Practices for Club Leaders’, Gunasekera’s training session will be simultaneously interpreted in five languages: French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. Commenting on the training workshop in a truly international setting, YKG Managing Director Yukthi Gunasekera explained, “This is not only a great opportunity for YKG to serve the world with its own brand of CEO Communication – it is also an acknowledgment by an esteemed global organisation, Rotary International, that a specialist from an emerging economy where English is not a native language, can guide Rotary leaders to communicate more effectively with their stakeholders. Moreover, the timing could not have been better: After cornering the Sri Lankan market and taking it to Malaysia and Singapore, YKG is now well placed to take CEO Communication beyond the Asian region to the world. In that sense, this is an exciting moment for all of us at YKG, and its partners and well-wishers.”


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