Do Not Adjust Your Focus

Dhruti Shah, award-winning writer, on journalism, the art of listening and the language of animals in business

December 16, 2020 Blurred Season 1 Episode 10
Do Not Adjust Your Focus
Dhruti Shah, award-winning writer, on journalism, the art of listening and the language of animals in business
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Do Not Adjust Your Focus
Dhruti Shah, award-winning writer, on journalism, the art of listening and the language of animals in business
Dec 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
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In Episode 10 of Do Not Adjust Your Focus, the podcast from strategic and creative advisory firm Blurred, Stuart talks to BBC journalist Dhruti Shah. 

Dhruti is one of the tiny number of people to have been awarded both the prestigious Ochberg fellowship for journalists working to report on traumatic events, and the Rotary International Peace Fellowship for her work exploring peace and conflict resolution. 

Stuart and Dhruti discuss journalism as a profession today - from mental health and the difficult art of listening, to the quest for balance and the double-edged sword of social media.

Dhruti also  tells us about her brilliant, informative and entertaining new book, "Bear Markets and Beyond: A bestiary of business terms", which explores how and why the language of animals is so prevalent in modern day business discourse.

You can listen to this and previous episodes here, and subscribe on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. 

Show Notes

In Episode 10 of Do Not Adjust Your Focus, the podcast from strategic and creative advisory firm Blurred, Stuart talks to BBC journalist Dhruti Shah. 

Dhruti is one of the tiny number of people to have been awarded both the prestigious Ochberg fellowship for journalists working to report on traumatic events, and the Rotary International Peace Fellowship for her work exploring peace and conflict resolution. 

Stuart and Dhruti discuss journalism as a profession today - from mental health and the difficult art of listening, to the quest for balance and the double-edged sword of social media.

Dhruti also  tells us about her brilliant, informative and entertaining new book, "Bear Markets and Beyond: A bestiary of business terms", which explores how and why the language of animals is so prevalent in modern day business discourse.

You can listen to this and previous episodes here, and subscribe on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.