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?
High speed eloquence November 19, 2009Posted by Philip Clegg in English for Progress.
Tags: BPO, British Council, British Council India, David Graddol, ELT conference, employability skills, English for Progress, English Next India, Manish Sarbharwal, NASSCOM, teaching English, Team Lease, Third Policy Dialogue
I want to draw your attention to Manish Sabharwal’s presentation at the Third Policy Dialogue, Session 3, Building Skills for Employability. Manish is CEO and President of Team Lease.
Manish spoke with such eloquence, wit and at such breakneck speed, that he managed to keep us all on the edge of our seats straight after lunch! His talk is peppered with so many wonderful soundbytes that I urge you to view at it in your own time. Find out what he meant by ‘the ovarian lottery’ and why ‘English is like (Microsoft) Windows.’