Having trained as an actress at the Birmingham School of Acting, Rajneet has always had an interest in human interactions & behaviour, and it was therefore a natural progression for her to move into the world of Learning & Development.
Rajneet has worked as a facilitator for over 15 years and has been working with Steps since 2013. Her passion for Learning and Development stems from being able to support people on their journey of growth and change, and she brings this passion to Steps - creating a safe container for people to be able to explore different ways of approaching situations.
She has been in involved in research, development and design on a number of projects on topics such as inclusive leadership, DEI and conscious inclusion for a wide range of sectors.
In her free time, Rajneet can be found facilitating ecstatic dances in the woods, running women's circles & you may even spot her hugging some trees! And if not there, exploring remote parts of the world.
I remember sitting in a cafe in Mumbai reading this, crying, never wanting to leave & being so completely & utterly absorbed into the world Arundhati Roy seamlessly creates.
A lawyer or a vet... not sure what happened! :)
Ooooh, I could write an essay on this one! Hmmm, let's go with... Oh it's too hard. Why did I choose this question!? Ok, I'll give you my top 3 countries; Peru, India, Italy. All very different. All magnificent in their own way!