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Manish SabhrawalManish Sabharwal, CEO & Founder, Teamlease

 

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"The next wave of impact in skill development or education and employability lies in building institutions which recognize we have to do the furthest long tail job in India's geography of work."

 

Listen to this podcast interview with one of India's most outspoken votaries for skill development, the CEO of Teamlease, Manish Sabharwal.

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Tuesday, 08 November 2011 19:21

Speakers

Speakers

This year we have prestigious list of speakers at the Khemka Forum on Social Entrepreneurship 2011.

 

See the full list here.

 

You can also see the agenda for the forum here.

Wednesday, 09 November 2011 10:30

Value of Sharing | Harish Hande

 

Harish HandeHarish Hande, Managing Director & Co-founder, Selco India

 

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"Share it and you will see you own models being more efficient by other young entrepreneurs with different ideas and then you copy it back and use it. We have actually gained a lot by sharing."

 

In this podcast, the second in the series, we speak to Dr. Harish Hande, a thought leader and entrepreneur who is recognised for his contribution to decentralized energy solutions.

 

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Saturday, 05 November 2011 23:54

Engage Your Ecosystem | Pamela Hartigan

 

pamela hartiganDr Pamela Hartigan, Director, Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship

 

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"Entrepreneurs who start out with a vision of or what they think their organisation would be, have actually had to morph that many different times in response to the many triggers or signals that they are getting from multiple stakeholders. They really are almost people who are putting down the tracks as the train is coming. And that ability to be flexible and to have your ear to the different stakeholders and at the same time remain very entrenched in your vision is very, key"

 

Listen to this unique podcast interview with one of the biggest proponents of Social Entrepreneurs engaging the ecosystem to change the world – Dr Pamela Hartigan. Pamela was also the founding managing director of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, and has led the sector to greater visibility across stakeholders.

 

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