CIMA and MAS Holdings in collaboration present Robin Sharma

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Robin Sharma, one of the world’s most critically acclaimed and trusted leadership advisors and celebrated author of 11 bestselling books on leadership, including ‘The Leader Who Had No Title’ (Simon & Schuster) will be conducting a half-day workshop on 19 July at the Cinnamon Grand.

This most anticipated workshop has been put together by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Sri Lanka and MAS holdings, which believe that through his keynote sessions in this workshop and Sharma’s blend of powerful delivery style storytelling charm, he will connect with the local audience in a way that moves them to action.

The workshop will also include highly inspirational yet immensely practical sessions that will teach business leaders the seven best practices of ‘Leaders Without Titles,’ ‘Eight Peak Performance Tactics to do World-class Work in Busy Times,’ specific tactics that the best companies do to get even better, four keys to a high performance team and winning culture and personal leadership lessons to stay strong amid turbulence and focused in the face of uncertainty. His sessions are packed with content that business leaders can use immediately for greater success and effectiveness

MAS Holdings Deputy Chairman/CEO Sharad Amalean said: “Unleashing the latent leadership potential within all of us is Robin Sharma’s forte; talent development and personal success has been a part of the DNA of MAS since its inception. Our skilled international team of 45,000 is our biggest asset. We feel connected with Robin Sharma and are delighted to be part of his programme.”

CIMA Middle East, South Asia & North Africa Regional Director Bradley Emerson said: “Leadership is probably the single ingredient that separates a successful business from an unsuccessful business. Leadership can exist only with followership. The measurement of good leadership is based on how well the potential of the followership is unleashed. This is the biggest challenge faced by the leaders in business globally, and being able to get someone like Robin Sharma to Sri Lanka is an opportunity for the business community to fast track the learning to unleash the potential of the people within an organisation. CIMA is about business leadership and we make every endeavour to add value to the businesses and to its people.”

“MAS holdings is one of CIMA’s largest employers which shares the same value of developing talent. We are very thankful to MAS Holdings for partnering CIMA in presenting Robin Sharma to Sri Lanka. We also thank Wijeya Newspapers for being the print media partner and MTV and Yes FM as the electronic media partners of this programme,” Emerson added.