Prashant Sharma

22+ years experienced Soft Skills Trainer and Life Coach

I conducted my first corporate training program over twenty two years ago when I was invited by the New Delhi YMCA to lead a course in Public Speaking & Effective Communication in 1996. The Times of India too has recognized this achievement. 

I have extensive expertise in mentoring leaders and inspiring professionals and have helped thousands of people realize their true potential. 

I am a First Prize Diploma holder in Public Speaking from the prestigious Nazareth’s Speakers Academy, Mumbai and a B.Com from the Sydenham College, Mumbai. Upon completion of my Masters in Management from the prestigious University of Massachusetts, USA, I returned to India to be part of the Indian post-liberalization story. 

I have been an entrepreneur with exposure to diverse verticals greatly adding to my knowledge and expertise. 

I develop and deliver my own content.  My trainings are based entirely out of my extensive real world professional experience backed by solid management concepts. My  programs are based on my in-house developed Learning-Internalization-Feedback-Evaluation (LIFE) Model. 

In 2014, I was empaneled by the Govt. of India to train UPSC qualified-IAS/IFS/IPS Officer Trainees in Soft Skills and Business English.

I specialize in all kinds of soft skills & behavioral trainings.  I have conducted programs for professionals from Fortune 500 companies to SMEs to Public Sector Corporations. I have also been invited to educational institutions like Symbiosis, Ansals University, Subharti, etc. as Visiting Faculty for speaking to students on the merits of Soft Skills. 

I am currently setting up a chain of soft skills training franchisee centers pan-India, the first of which opened in Faizabad in July 2014 and has since expanded to 3 centers. 

References and testimonials are available upon request. 

Some corporate clients include: Xerox, Microsoft, JCB, Hero Group, MakeMyTrip, Globallogic, Bombay Dyeing, Go Air, etc. 

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