The Wizard

Ajit has about 19 years of experience in the field of teaching & training. He led his first open program “The Fascinating World of Public Speaking” in 1996. He has also delivered Personality Development sessions at Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Lions’ Clubs, Forum of Free Enterprise etc. He has conducted Teacher Training Workshops in Mumbai and Capacity Building workshops for few NGO’s.

He was a Certified Trainer for Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and DOOR’s Selling Skills Programs.

Since January 2000, Ajit Kamath is the Sr. Trainer & Facilitator and the Director of WizTalks and WizTalks Management Consultants.

He also delivers training programs for International Training Companies such as DDI (Development Dimensions International, US); The Mind Gym, UK.

He has worked for The British Council & Wizards Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. He started participating in his family-owned business since the age of 6 (whilst attending school and college) and his early experiences of managing small business has been a rich experience. He has written for newspapers such as The Times of India, The Sunday Observer and the Sunday Mid-Day. Few Indian newspapers have also written about him as an upcoming Corporate Trainer. Ajit is a member of Bombay Management Association, Indian Society of Training & Development, Indian Facilitators Network, Indo-American Society, Counsellors Association of India and has held non-profit office as President- Bombay Humour Club, Founder Member – The Speakers Club, President – Rotaract Club etc.

Ajit has been a Visiting Faculty at Welingkar Institute of Management Studies, S. P Jain Institute of Management Studies and other Business schools.

The past 3 years have seen Ajit actively pursue his interest in Group Process Facilitation Skills and is the Core Committee Member of Indian Facilitators Network (affiliated to International Association of Facilitators, US).

Before designing and delivering the trainings, Ajit customizes the modules to suit the identified participants.  He works with HR managers and line managers and with inputs from the Managerial / Executive team to make his training effective in the work-place.

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