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Success Stories, Management and Leadership. Thursday, Feb 2, 2023
Inspired by those who carve their own path, in this edition Careers360 took a dive into searching for a round peg in a square hole but right here from Sri Lanka! Chamindu Munasinghe, is a college dropout who self learnt his way to excel in the IT industry and become the CTO of three companies. Are you interested to learn how he self-learnt his way to the top? Are you fascinated to learn how he landed his first job?
Success Stories, Management and Leadership. Wednesday, Sep 28, 2022
Kavi Rajapaksha has done it all. She started her career as a Chemistry student who joined Unilever as a management trainee, hoping to be in the Research and Development department and then later entered into the world of Marketing almost by mistake. The best part? Kavi, excelled in the field of Marketing and went onto become Chief Marketing Officer of Softlogic Life team. She speaks on her journey into marketing in our interview and states “They loved me, I loved Marketing and the rest was history”.
Success Stories, Management and Leadership. Friday, May 27, 2022
Kushan Amarasinghe started his career as a graduate in Food Science and Technology from the prestigious University of Sri Jayewardenepura. Today, as National Operations Head of Asian Paints Causeway, he has built his career in Supply Chain and Operations, with experience across multiple industries. He is an entrepreneurial enthusiast and a thought leader, having built a strong following as a trainer in Lean & Six Sigma and is the pioneer of his unique training workshop, ‘Corporate Athlete’ which he aimed at developing industry professionals to be mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally fit to unleash the fullest potential.
Career Development / Career Growth, Management and Leadership. Wednesday, Mar 2, 2022
It wasn’t until my best friend held me by the shoulders, looked me full on in the face and said in all manners of seriousness, ‘Amaya, I think you need to stop apologizing so much’ that I realized how often I’d use the phrase. I’d apologize when the dog barked, when someone else unmuted their mic on a MS teams call, when someone else misunderstood what I was saying. I’d even apologize for over-apologizing!