Key Takeaways from the Week Gone By
What we learned together on Network Capital
Hope your new year has been off to a good start. On Network Capital we held our first masterclass/salon of the year. We discussed The World in 2024 with NYU Professor Maha Aziz.
You can watch the riveting discussion here -
Dr. Maha Hosain Aziz focuses on global risk & prediction across varied industries and disciplines. She is a professor in the MA International Relations Program at New York University's Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (NYU GSAS) specializing in global risk, which she also teaches at , Global Diplomatic Forum and other e-learning education startups. She is a keynote speaker on global risk and future trends to corporations, governments and at conferences worldwide, represented by the London Speakers Bureau, Speakers Connect and Chartwell Speakers. She is serving on the at the World Economic Forum through 2024. She is a global citizen with strong Pakistani Muslim roots who grew up in seven countries in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Europe and the US.
In this masterclass, we cover -
Key geo-political trends in 2024 to look out for
The repercussions of diminishing US leadership and rising new non-state actors
Frameworks for thinking about optimism, technology and a new social contract.
In the coming weeks, we have two more exciting salons planned -
Outcome Driven Mentorship
Every year, Utkarsh Amitabh takes on 25 students and young professionals for 1:1 mentoring. He would have liked to do more, but doesn’t have more time.
The process is simple.
Step 1: We jointly set your goals for the year ahead.
Step 2: We track those goals weekly over 1:1 calls. During these calls, he identifies the gaps between your preparedness and your aspiration. Thereafter, he helps bridge the gaps by sharing what he has learned over the years and connecting you with people who can catalyze your success.
Step 3: We test your progress every month through structured, time-bound assignments.
Have a wonderful week ahead.
— Your Network Capital Team
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