Helping organisations fulfill their Renewable Energy obligations by integrating RE power into their existing grids
The last 12 months have been tumultuous to say in the least, but the biggest benefit is to have had the opportunity to grow with my children.
In India, the 2nd wave of the pandemic has hit us hard. With so many of our loved ones passing away, it has been difficult to have been emotionally insulated. In times like these, it was the spiritual anchor in a life philosophy that helped me to cope up with the negativity and contribute by volunteering to provide Oxygen supply to support groups for the people ailing in the pandemic .
By tapping in the huge knowledge base that the platform has to provide from peers in the Sustainability industry.
Getting over my laziness and inhibition of engagement and also once I realised that it was an integral platform for build my personal brand.
To have received recommendations from seniors whom I have looked upto and getting genuine recognition for my work. My "this is awesome" vanity moment was when I was connected to and engaged with the Jacinda Ardern - The Prime Minister of New Zealand.
In 2002, I joined LinkedIn when it just came up in competition to Orkut. Amongst my friends and peers as well, we found better conversations and connections with influencers. What helped me gravitate more towards the platform was accessibility to industry doyens with whom I had only dreamed of connecting. Over the years having seen LinkedIn evolve, I have come to carve out a niche’ for myself in brand management and Sustainability communications. This has resulted in bagging a few consultancy projects in the Sustainability space. In gratitude to complete strangers collaborating and being genuinely invested in my success.
Something as simple as changing the banner image of my personal LinkedIn page.
In a physical gathering, if you want to get connected on LinkedIn , share the QR code appearing on the top left corner of your profile. Easiest way to form a connection.
Reading and Gardening.