Don’t miss Manish Sabharwal’s power of rhetoric November 19, 2009Posted by niqueluz in English for Progress.
Tags: British Council, employability skills, English for Progress, Manish Sarbharwal, Third Policy Dialogue
In this session, one of the highlights of the two-day policy dialogue, Manish Sabharwal casually steers us down an enchanted river of laid back eloquence , deftly pointing out some big ideas along the way.
It’s a mesmirising speech on ‘Skills for Employablity’. Catch it here:
Analogies like: Cambrian explosions, ovarian lotteries; thought worlds, policy orphans,; good is NOT the enemy of the great, bad is better than nothing.
What are your thoughts?