Public Speaking & Media
“Think, Women is Power” – Panel Discussion organized by Tefla
“Within us we have both, the feminine and the masculine energy. Being aware about this is the first step towards being truly authentic and acknowledging our power as a human being, both as a man and a woman.” Wioleta Burdzy Seth (Life Coach and Cofounder, Human Circle) was speaking during a panel discussion at “Think, Women is Power” organized by Think Foundation Tefla’s
Talerang – “Future CEO’s program”
“Mediocrity to Mastery” – TRB Talks 1.0 organized by The Rising Bharat
“The event was organized to celebrate the success stories of people around us and to inspire many more to rise above their comfort zone and reach a level of mastery.
The first speaker at our event was someone who forms the major backbone in the formation of The Rising Bharat. Change is the only constant. From apes to sapiens, the core base of evolution is ‘learning through experiences’.”
Stuck In A Job You Hate? This ‘Chief Happiness Officer’ Has A Solution For You
#DoWhatYouLove Could be Your New Career Mantra
“Welcome to the world of millennials who have it all what it takes, but still end up losing focus and interest in life and their work. Do you think all this sweating out for your high-paying job is fancy but, not fulfilling?”
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Tweet Chat for Population Management
Can 1.3 billion people in India be considered as a demographic dividend or it’s a challenge for our limited resources? Janhit Jagran, an initiative of India’s largest Hindi newspaper – Dainik Jagran, invited two social entrepreneurs; Kamal Seth (Founder, Human Circle) and Mahesh Ranade (CEO, Yuva Parivartan) to share their perspective on a twitter chat. Better quality of education and skill development turned out to be some of the most important ingredients for an effective population management.
Social Business Workshop
Master-class – Youth for Nation Building
Every third person in an Indian city today is a youth. By 2020, the median individual in India will be 29 years, very likely a city-dweller, making it the youngest country in the world. India is set to experience a dynamic transformation as the population burden of the past turns into a demographic dividend, but the benefits will be tempered with social and spatial inequalities. Janhit Jagran, an initiative of India’s largest Hindi newspaper – Dainik Jagran, invited Kamal Seth (Founder, Human Circle) to deliver a master-class at Jamia Milia Islamia University for the youth to help them build their career with a mission of nation building.
Newspaper Interview with Kamal Seth and Wioleta Burdzy Seth (Founders of Human Circle)
#DoWhatYouLove: In Conversation with Kamal Seth, Founder and Chief Happiness Officer of Human Circle
These days we see a lot of people studying subjects or pursuing courses for the sake of getting a good job with a good salary and not because they are truly interested in it. In this situation, Human Circle, a community of people driving the ‘Do What You Love Movement’ through their Young India Challenge believes that the only way to be successful, rich and happy in life is by doing what you love. In September this year I got the opportunity to attend the Young India Challenge at Shri Ram College of Commerce, and it was a life changing experience.
Kamal Seth (Founder, Human Circle) was a speaker at TEDxGTBIT on 19th March 2016. The focus of this talk was ‘ Making the 21st century, a century of wisdom’. The goal of the event was about putting ideas into action to improve our community. Created in the spirit of TED’s mission, “Ideas worth spreading,” the event was designed to give Delhi’s communities, organisations, and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through locally organised TED-like experience.
Microsoft Sales Meet
Kamal was invited by Microsoft’s India office to conduct team building games and activities with their sales employees. Multi National Corporations like Microsoft, often organize such meet-ups to train and reward their team members. During the session, Kamal’s speech and activities were focused on building a strong team culture and effective communication.
Kamal often speaks at colleges across the country about students must identity their area of passion and become really good in it. This will empower them to make a difference and get their voice heard. More importantly, following one’s passion leads to more happiness and in turn makes a big impact. In the last couple of years, Kamal has spoken at more than 100 colleges and institutions.
International Youth Day Celebration – MASH Mixer
Kamal shares an idea that could create a generation of achievers. Why India does not do well in Olympics? The answer is simple but no one is talking about it! The event was about connecting with some amazing like-minded organisations, which are taking big actions to empower the youth of India. Human Circle believes that together we can exponentially grow our impact and create a better world full of opportunities for young people. See More…
YouthSpeak Forum by AIESEC
In this video, Kamal is speaking at the Delhi Youth Speak Forum about how the youth can make a difference and create a better world by following their passion. AIESEC’s Delhi YouthSpeak Forum was organized at Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. Theme: How do we create a Millennial Workforce that is Educated, Entrepreneurial and Socially Responsible? The YouthSpeak forum enables young people to voice their opinions and take action.
AIESEC Alumni International Meeting
During the event, Kamal shared the idea of how the idea of ‘#DoWhatYouLove will Change the World’. It was done in a PechaKucha format, which permits the speakers to share a story through 20 pictures in 20×20 seconds. Kamal is an alumnus of AIESEC India. He led the organization in various positions from 2005-2010. See More…
All India Radio – Interview
Wioleta Burdzy Seth (Co-founder, Human Circle) was recently interviewed by All India Radio (General Overseas Service), which is one of the largest radio networks in the world (100+ countries). The interview was a part of the ‘Young India’ Program, which shares stories of people making a difference.
All India Radio – Interview
Kamal was recently interviewed by All India Radio (General Overseas Service), where he spoke about how young people can choose to #BeTheChange and create a better world by following their passion no matter what.
Global Youth Leaders Summit 2016
Indian International Society for Youth invited Kamal to speak at Global Youth Leaders Summit. This focus of his talk was ‘Hacking Your Brain for Social Change’. Some of the other speakers/mentors were Ram Jethmalani (Prominent Lawyer and Rajya Sabha member), Melba Pria (Ambassador of Mexico to India), Rajpal Singh (Director, FICCI), Edgar Núñez (GE, Mexico and Entrepreneur).
Kamal interacted with a selective group of students for the ‘Talerang Immersion Program’. He shared the importance of having a ‘life vision’ and how it can be transformed into real life actions. The aim of this program is to make students in India more employable and work-ready.