In this Climate Speaker series, guest speaker Naushad Amlani, Sr Project Manager at Nova Group GBC, discusses Carbon Accounting and how the industry is growing and evolving.
In this Climate Speaker series, guest speaker Rozina Kanchwala, Director of Energy Justice Partnerships at Clean Energy Leadership Institute and the Founder and Executive Director at Eco. Logic discusses Renewable Energy / Development of Alternate Sources of Energy and how the industry is growing and evolving.
In this Climate Speaker series, guest speaker Haseena Charania, Senior Sustainability Consultant at Quantis, discusses Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) frameworks and how the industry is growing and evolving.
Perpetuity Podcasts, in association with The Aga Khan Economic Planning Board and the Aga Khan Youth and Sports Board, features a conversation with Zara Saleem and Zakir Ismail, co-founders of Delhicious Body. Delhicious is an ayurvedic skincare brand championed by some of the world’s biggest names in business and beauty, with a social media audience of 4.5 million. The wife-and-husband duo speak on building a global brand from their kitchen, the state of entrepreneurship in the modern age, and the particular importance of leveraging social media to drive exposure and sales. Perpetuity Podcasts aims to bring industry leaders from all sectors to speak on their journey, the state of their fields and to offer advice to aspiring talent. UKS-158
Amin Rajan, CEO of CREATE-Research, engages in a conversation about the current economic climate and discusses topics of financial planning and prudence. Navigating Today's Economy, produced especially for The Ismaili TV, features esteemed figures in the economic and financial sectors with the aim of exploring current themes, getting past complexities, and offering clear, actionable insights.
Sulaiman Mehdi, CEO of Cyan Limited and former chair of the Pakistan Stock Exchange, responds to questions about the current economic climate and discusses topics of financial planning and prudence. Navigating Today's Economy, especially produced for The Ismaili TV, features esteemed figures in the economic and financial sectors with the aim of exploring current themes, getting past complexities, and offering clear, actionable insights.
Riaz Ahmed, president and CEO of TD Securities and chairman of the Aga Khan Foundation Canada National Committee, responds to questions about the current economic climate and discusses topics of financial planning and prudence. Navigating Today's Economy, especially produced for The Ismaili TV, features esteemed figures in the economic and financial sectors with the aim of exploring current themes, getting past complexities, and offering clear, actionable insights.
Aleem gives us a glimpse into the future. Our lives will change drastically over the next few years and we must be ready when this happens. He shares what we can do today to prepare for a better tomorrow.
In this episode, Aleem breaks down, using a simple visual, the four elements required to create our ideal occupation so we can experience a more fulfilled lifestyle.
Aleem provides us with a new perspective on wealth. He explains that pursuing the traditional view of being wealthy does not always lead to true fulfillment and happiness. Instead, we need to focus on other factors that will enable us to lead a wealthy life.
The quality of our lives is very much dependent on the quality of our relationships. Aleem shows us how to develop better relationships with ourselves and others so that we can experience more harmony in our journey of life.
Aleem shows us how we can learn important concepts faster and more easily. He also explains the value of being able to articulate and communicate our thoughts clearly because this is how we are evaluated by others in today's society.
If we are able to truly be successful in life, we need to become a "person of value". Aleem describes what a person of value is and how we can become such an individual so that we can easily attract more success into our lives.
Aleem shows us a simple formula to help us improve our time management skills. He also explains why we procrastinate and how we can fix this damaging habit, which is one of the main causes of failure, and why we get poor results in life.
This episode focuses on the fact that success is different for everyone. And requires us to become more self-aware and clear on what we want out of life. Aleem gives us steps to create our own definition of success.
In this episode, presenter, Aleem Nasser, states that those who are superior thinkers are able to get much better results in life. He then shows us how to improve our thinking skills so that we can obtain more success and improve the results we are getting in life.
An introduction to the Simple Steps to Success series by Aleem Nasser. Nasser touches on the background of the series which is based on his own personal experience and research and not the opinions of others. He recommends watching the 10-part series in the order presented.
A panel discussion with three incredible women who have paved their own paths to success and have become thriving entrepreneurs in very different industries.
Climate change is one of the most urgent threats facing us, and as we work to rebuild our economies post-pandemic, it is critical to focus on a green recovery that centres on climate justice. What should a green recovery look like, what does climate justice mean, and what are the barriers facing us? These are just a few of the questions discussed in this illuminating session.
The Fast Forward Future: What is the new normal? What are emerging technologies that are disrupting our future? What are the tangible impacts that they are going to have? Are our youth prepared for the next generation?
Cryptocurrencies are said to be democratizing money and leveling the playing field. Investors are looking for their investments to have positive impacts on society as much as their portfolios. Is it possible for these new financial trends to help investors and entrepreneurs build profitable businesses while operating within an ethical framework?