We are all in this together - Behind the frontline ft Dr Adil Khan
On this episode Lerato speaks to Dr Adil Khan about his documentary "Behind the frontline". They have an engaging discussion about the power of filmmaking to share the narrative of healthcare workers while enabling an environment to facilitate difficult conversations. The conversation will leave listeners challenged and encouraged. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ml Ebrahim Bham speaks about the killing of Ml Dr. Adil Khan, the principal of Jamia Farooqia
The Secretary General of Jamiatul Ulama South Africa Ml Ebrahim Bham says Marhoom Ml Dr. Adil Khan, the principal of Jamia Farooqia seminary had a loving and magnetic personality.Ml Dr Khan, a renowned religious scholar was killed in a brazen gun attack in Karachi in Pakistan on Saturday.
31: Adil Khan: Of life, injuries, comeback and that goal!!
In this episode we talk to Hyderabad FC and Indian defender Adil Khan. We touch on Hyderabad FC: past, future and Roca (2:45-8:00). Football culture in Goa, Hyderabad and Kashmir (8:15-13:00). Returning to national team after injury via Goa League, 2nd Division League, I-League and ISL (13:30-17:06). Difference in fan culture b/w Goa legacy club vs Kolkata legacy clubs (17:20-21:30). Versatility, football education and temperament needed to be a professional (21:40-27:26:30). India's draw against Qatar, scoring against Bangladesh despite personal tragedy & national team (26:40-34:20) and rapid fire. #indianfootball #football #letsfootball #isl #indiansuperleague #india #heroisl #kbfc #keralablasters #kerala #soccer #manjappada #ileague #backtheblue #bluetigers #bengalurufc #atk #keralafootball #indianfootballteam #fcgoa #footballindia #eastbengal #sunilchhetri #kolkata #heroileague #mohunbagan #fifa #jamshedpurfc #fanbannapadega #bhfyp
Change your thinking Change your life- CH#1- Part 2- Adil khan khalid
Adil Khan Khalid
Change your thinking Change your life - Chapter 1- Part 2 By Adil khan khalid This Book has written by Brain Tracy. If you ever wanted to change your life or wanted restart your life.... Then this is for you, listen & share in your circle.
Today’s guest is Adil Khan. Adil was one of the founding team of Boxwood, the business transformation consultancy that following years of successful growth was acquired by KPMG in 2015.Since leaving Boxwood Adil now spends his time advising Consulting entrepreneurs on how to successfully grow their businesses and focusing on his own start up, Lifefyle.The goal of Lifefyle is to provide people with a simple, organised platform for their life admin, to give them the freedom to unlock their potential and thrive. You can find out more about Lifefyle at www.lifefyle.comAdil’s story is rather different to what you might consider the typical journey of a Consulting entrepreneur. Unlike most, he didn’t have a long track record in Consulting, having only spent a short time in the indsutry before stepping out to found boxwood with his co-founders who had spent equally little time in Consulting.This limited time in the industry proved to be the key to their success as they set out to create something very different from the typical Consulting model that was common at the time.We go in to detail on some really key parts of the Boxwood journey that I know you’re going to find really interesting including:The importance of culture and how Adil and his co-founders defined their culture from the start and what they did to ensure it remained a core focus as they grew.The challenges of being responsible for both people and finance as Adil was. The natural tensions these functions often come up against and how Adil managed this. The Boxwood approach to working with clients, why this was so unique and what Consultants in today’s Market could learn from it.And Adil’s contrarian view on building a Consulting business to sell, why expanding internationally can actually reduce the value of your business and the sale of Boxwood to KPMG. A process I know a number of you have wanted to hear more about.I really enjoyed this conversation and it was great to get the perspective of someone who took a less orthodox route to success in Consulting. If you’re not from the typical ‘big 4’ Consulting background and want to know how you can turn this to your advantage or even if you are and want to know how you can use the principle from Boxwood to grow your business or practice area I know you’re going to get a ton from this interview.You can get in touch with Adil through his LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/adilkhan/Or drop him an email - firstname.lastname@example.org-----------This episode is brought to you by Create Engage the Digital Marketing agency for the disruptive Management Consultancy.Digital Marketing has moved forward, but most consulting firms haven’t. Many Consulting firms still see their corporate blog as their sole Digital Marketing channel and find themselves frustrated when these blogs yield little if any results.To help those of you who want to harness the power of Digital Marketing to grow your Consulting Business but don’t have the knowledge, capacity or in-house capability to do so I launched Create Engage, the first Digital Marketing agency for the Management Consulting Industry.If you’d like to find out more about how Create Engage can help you use Digital Marketing to take your business to the next level then drop me an email at Nick@CreateEngage.co.uk or go to our website www.createengage.co.uk where you can download our free case study that breaks down down the Digital Marketing strategies used by one successful Consulting firm to help them grow over 400% in just 3 years and gives you the secrets they used, so that you can apply them in your own firm.
TFG Indian Football Ep. 304: ISL Begins + Adil Khan EXCLUSIVE
TFG Sports Podcast
In this heavily loaded episode we go in-depth looking forward to the upcoming Indian Super League season and hear from coaches and players in FC Goa, Pune City and Delhi Dynamos, including an exlusive chat with Adil Khan. Listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android: https://goo.gl/tGYdU1 or iOS: https://goo.gl/sZSTU5 Check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen and Adil Khan Farooq - "Recruiting for Jihad"
Face2Face with David Peck
Ulrik, Adil and Face2Face host David Peck talk about their new film Recruiting for Jihad, love and community, religion and inclusion, radicalization and why notions of “us versus them” is going lead nowhere. Synopsis: Filmmakers Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen and Adil Khan Farooq followed the well-known Islamist missionary Ubaydullah Hussain for three years. A charismatic and intelligent man, he is also a recruiter with ties to ISIS who acts as the spokesperson for The Prophet’s Ummah, a Salafi-jihadist organization in Norway. Hussain is more than happy to share his views and practices with the camera, offering unparalleled insight into the life of an extremist. At first presenting himself as rational, open-minded and tolerant, Hussain’s ideological contradictions and prejudices are slowly revealed in this compelling and eye-opening exposé. The stakes get even higher as people we see Hussain recruiting become linked to terrorist acts. Eventually the documentary footage is seized by police as evidence, leading to a court case that also raises questions about freedom of the press. Recruiting for Jihad is an essential and ground-breaking piece of investigative filmmaking. Biography Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen is an award winning director, producer and writer. He is best known for his action drama IZZAT (2005), his TV series TAXI (2011 - awarded Best Dramatic Series, Gullruten - the Norwegian Emmy). Other films directed by him include the crime thriller Varg Veum - Bitter Flowers (2007) comissioned by German TV ARD Degeto, the slacker comedy The Last Joint Venture (2008), the low budget sequel to Izzat, HARAM (2014), and the documentaries Voluntarily Forced (2014) and Recruiting for jihad (2017). Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen’s latest feature project was directing two episodes of IN THE DARK, a four-part drama produced by Hugh Warren for BBC, shot on location in Manchester, written by Bafta-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst (Ordinary Lies, The Driver, Exile). Adapted from the books by best-selling novelist Mark Billingham. In 2012 he founded the Oslo based production company Curry Film as. Ulrik was elected representative in the Oslo City Council in 2015, and features regularly in Norwegian media. Adel Khan Farooq is an up and coming director, author and journalist who has worked on various projects despite his young age. Adel has worked for the Norwegian tabloid newspaper Dagbladet, and contributed to several documentary movies as a researcher, photographer and cameraman, before his directorial debut and breakthrough with Recruiting for Jihad. Recruiting for Jihad has drawn praise by the critics in Norway by referring it as an essential and ground-breaking piece of investigative filmmaking. Adel has also written My Brothers, a novel about radicalization that has been on the Norwegian bookstores bestseller list. He has been featured in national media and national television broadcasts with NRK, TV2, as well as national newspapers Aftenposten, VG, Dagbladet, Morgenbladet, Klassekampen and many more. Adel is also a public speaker talking about themes as identity, background and religion. He is currently working on several projects in both filmmaking and scriptwriting. He is based in Oslo, Norway and Islamabad, Pakistan. ---------- For more information about my podcasting, writing and public speaking please visit my site here. With thanks to producer Josh Snethlage and Mixed Media Sound. Image Copyright: Used with permission. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.