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MBRSC Media Chat Series: Danish Sheikh
'Decoding Charisma: how to be remarkably charismatic'
26/11/2015
The Mohammed bin Rashid School for Communication (MBRSC) Media Chat Series hosted guest speaker, renowned Indian Charisma Coach Danish
Sheikh, to talk with students about his career and share in his expertise.
 
 
Danish Sheikh has the honor of being India’s first charisma coach. He has been attributed with the start of the charisma-coaching trend in India. He helps people across various professions to improve their charisma quotient and interpersonal skills. He is India's first academic faculty of charisma as well. His work has been extensively covered in leading media publications like Outlook Business, Mid-day, The National, Gulf News: Friday and Gulf Business to name a few.
 
Danish's interest in psychology and human behavior began from the tender age of 16. After years of research, he has come up with a step-by-step learnable system that demystifies charisma. He delivers guest lectur
es in leading business schools, which are popular among students and teachers alike. He also delivered a TED talk in August 2015 at a major TEDx event in Mumbai, India.
 
Danish is sharing his “Be Charismatic!” program with the youth of today helping them to become the leaders of tomorrow by developing the much needed soft skills in today’s competitive business world. Danish aims to reach out to 100,000 individuals by the end of 2017.
 
Danish has 12 years of corporate work experience with Nielsen, Microsoft and Yahoo. In fact, he was the youngest International Product Manager in Yahoo’s history.
 

About the Media Chat Series
The Media Chat Series at MBRSC held regularly at AUD, host distinguished media specialists, renowned producers, journalists and broadcasters; an initiative considered among one of the most important activities organized by the School for Communication, as they aim at benefiting students with the knowled
ge and expertise of media professionals. The event is usually attended by a large number of students in addition to AUD Faculty and Staff members. 


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