Mar 9

Career Principles of Dr. Shashi Tharoor

Dr. Shashi Tharoor has been a long-time mentor to Network Capital. Through his extremely popular (and candid) masterclasses and podcasts he has helped over 100,000 millennials and Gen Z from 104 countries make smarter career choices.

Today, we would like to take a moment to thank him for everything that he does and wish him a very happy birthday!

Podcast: Three-Part Series on Career Principles 

An author, politician, and former international civil servant, Shashi Tharoor straddles several worlds of experience. Currently a third-term Lok Sabha MP representing the Thiruvananthapuram constituency and Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on External Affairs, he has previously served as Minister of State for Human Resource Development and Minister of State for External Affairs in the Government of India. During his nearly three-decade long prior career at the United Nations, he served as a peacekeeper, refugee worker, and administrator at the highest levels, serving as Under-Secretary General during Kofi Annan's leadership of the organisation. 

Through this three-part podcast series, he takes us through a deep-dive of his multi-modal career and provides frameworks and mental models of 
- The importance of conducting micro-experiments towards shaping a meaningful career
- The art of being a contrarian
- The power of multi-disciplinary learning and clear thinking
- Building transferable skills

Listen to this phenomenal three-part podcast series here.

Masterclasses - The Art of Writing & The Battle of Belonging

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The Art of Writing
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Pride, Prejudice and Punditry
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The Battle of Belonging

Podcast: Tech, Policy, Politics Trilemma

In this conversation, we discuss how countries like India think about a post-pandemic normal. Join Utkarsh and Vedica, as they talk to Dr. Shashi Tharoor about - 
1. The tech-policy-politics trilemma in the context of India
2. The realities of the digital divide and the challenges of EdTech 
3. Elephant to tiger to cell phones to AI - opportunities and challenges in India ahead

Listen to this phenomenal podcast here
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