As we recognise VE day, what is amazing to me is that 1 in 6 British armed forces were brown-skinned. Considered expendable and therefore often the frontline, the valiant British troops regularly consisted of my undivided Indian ancestors. The largest voluntary army in history (wow) was made up of 750k Hindus, 400k Muslims & 130k Read more about VE Day as a British Indian[…]
Vaani is a community-based platform upskilling speakers and professionals though spirited learning, growth and professional development. We empower our students to ask insightful questions, explore disciplinary boundaries, and confront conventional ways of thinking. As national co-ordinator for Vaani, it brings me great pride to be able to share my skills and thoughts with the orators. Read more about Vaani Speakers Academy[…]
Like many, I believe the education system doesn’t teach us all that we need to know. Like many, I was disengaged from learning, especially from droning teachers regurgitating their PowerPoint slides. Like many, university was more about the clubbing and socialising, than the lectures and assignments. YET, there will always be that one teacher, that Read more about Teachers[…]
Extremely grateful and privileged to Rackspace for rewarding me with a trip, with fellow Rackstars and Presidents, on a weekend in Krakow, Poland to enjoy tasty food, learn how to make dumplings, sightseeing and an excellent tour and meal in an underground salt mine. It is this Work-Hard-Play-Hard culture that thrives at the Rack. Many Read more about Krakow[…]
Today, at our annual Health and Wellness Fair, where benefit partners showcase their offerings, I presented on an internal resource made available at Rackspace. Alongside Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England, we have a national group of Rackers who have trained as Mental Health First Aiders (MHFA), I was one of those and today I Read more about Every Mind Matters[…]
Listen to me takeover the Cloud Spotting podcast with at Rackspace talking about all things Personal Development Are you doing things to make yourself grow?
Just got round to finish watching The Great Hack on Netflix Wow, the depths of our technological landscape that now involves behavioural analysis and change/manipulation. This documentary raises some important questions, some questions that history may hold against us, or thank us for? I think this conversation is bigger than any one individual, their company Read more about The Great Hack[…]