What’s Happening, Sukh?

Over the lifetime of an online presence, things naturally evolve. I remember some time ago, Springest UK asked me to write a sponsored blog post for them. It was something which I fought with in myself, but ended up thinking I’ll give it a go. This year I decided for the first time to host guest posts. It’s not something I’ve ever thought would be something I’d open up, and I’m glad I did it.

And there are now more evolutions which I want to let you know about.

I’m now available for speaking engagements. I’m happy to talk about all things learning and development, Positive Psychology and anything else you think I may be able to offer a valued opinion on. It’s the page that says ‘I Speak Therefore I Inspire’

I’m also available for consultancy and associate work in the same – learning and development and Positive Psychology. I’ve been doing this stuff professionally for some years now, and it’s time to take a moment and broaden my remit of work that I’m aiming to do. If you like what I write about, it’s a reflection of the work I’ll do with and for you. ‘Working With Me’ is the place to look for that.

There’s an ‘L&D Events’ page now here too. People know my blog is about L&D, so it kind of makes sense to let people know about events happening in the L&D space. I’m happy to promote your event on there without charge. I’m not precious about things like that, life has a way of creating balance when you allow yourself to be free from nonsense.

If you’re interested in talking with me about a full-time permanent role you think I’m going to be ideal for, let’s chat.

And if you want to connect with me, have a look at the ‘About Sukh’ page.

On Friday 17th August I’m running an event called Positive Psychology in Application. It’s going to cover a range of topics to do with Positive Psychology. Book now to attend and learn more.


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Sukh Pabial

I'm an occupational psychologist by profession and am passionate about all things learning and development, creating holistic learning solutions and using positive psychology in the workforce.

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