Get the right anchoring tips
Do you see yourself as an anchor on TV or as an emcee at events? Here’s your chance to learn all about anchoring at a workshop being organised in the city
This weekend, a workshop will be held in the city for all those who wish to learn the nuances of being an anchor. “A lot of people are taking anchoring as a full-time or part-time career option. So, we felt the need to organise sessions to groom participants and train them in this field,” says Mahe Ranjneel, who will be conducting the workshop.
Mahe Ranjneel will conduct the workshop
Ranjneel is an anchor, trainer and healer, and has been anchoring events for over four years. She has been conducting training in the field of personality development, and mind power trainings for the past two years. She has also been in the field of alternate healing for over eight years.
Participants selected for the session can go up to 12 individuals, so that personal attention is given to all. The two-day workshop will include informative, practical and question and answer sessions.
“The workshop will be beneficial to people who wish to develop their personality to become more comfortable with public speaking, and boost their self confidence. Also, people who wish to make anchoring a career can learn the qualities that an anchor should have — overcoming stage fright, learning centering techniques, getting to know how to interact with the audience, elocution, role play, etc,” shares Ranjneel.
On: May 31 and June 1, 12.30 pm to 3.30 pm
At: The Diva Dance Studio - Camp, 16 MG Road, sixth floor, Camp.