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“The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show the compassion and the will to help others.- Albert Schweitzer
I would strongly suggest reading this book time and time again and carrying it in your office bag. Read whenever you find time. Put the techniques into practice in your day-to-day work and in your daily life. You have to carefully experiment, innovate and observe the results. If necessary try new approaches keeping the guidelines as a basis. You will start seeing a new world. But have patience and observe that the things make you feel good as you focus.
The economy is not doing as well as expected. Jobs are being lost and a new way of working is taking over. There is anticipation in the air of recovery. But when, is the mute question. The predictions of recovery of the economy and all that are linked to it, in the recent past have not been up to the mark. The pandemic gravely added to the misery.
In the midst of all these, I felt there is the necessity of cultivating leadership traits to the young and the middle management level for those working in organizations as I see them deprived of training. Then there was a need to help cultivate certain leadership traits in the core sector business entrepreneurs.
Why is this book? In the recent past, I have worked for corporate organizations and had a glimpse of them for those who were associated with us as our customers & vendors. In the process, I noticed that corporates are giving reasonable impetus to technical training and little on personality development. The job market is flooded with young aspirants. Many of them are job eligible either by their education or technical skill levels. I observed there was despondency in the employees and that no matter how good technically they are, they do not climb the corporate ladder as fast as they should have been doing. One of the main reasons is that the ones with good technical skills are rare species, and it takes a lot of time for training in the core technical skills. But when it comes to competencies that I have explained in this book there is a requirement to upgrade to overcome the nuances and distractions in the journey to move up in the corporate ladder..
This book, I believe is written with the purpose to fill the needed gap. You have to remember, if you want to grow your career, you have to move up the corporate ladder. You have to get your promotions. Growth in income is linked to the improvement in quality of your output and developing leadership abilities for yourself.