"Learning and Earning are default collaboration. From the perspective of a team member; a team member will remain motivated if the learning and earnings ratio is well balanced." Introduction:GENRE: Non-FictionAUTHOR: Rishi Nanda & Mehak Mahajan NandaPAGES: 170YEAR OF PUBLISH: 2020 About the Authors: Rishi and Mehak Nanda are a couple based out of Mumbai. Before… Continue reading Break your Leadership Chakravyuh – A Book Review
"There's far more information in a Smile than a frown. That's why encouragement is a much more effective teaching device than punishment." Introduction:GENRE: FictionAUTHOR: Dale CarnegiePAGES: 278YEAR OF PUBLISH: 1936 Dale Carnegie is an American writer, lecturer, and the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking, and interpersonal skills. Dale Carnegie… Continue reading How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie – A Book Review
"Men are what they are because of what they do. Not what they say." Introduction:GENRE: FictionAUTHOR: Fredrik BackmanPAGES: 337YEAR OF PUBLISH: 2012 A Man Called Ove was published in English in 2013 written by Swedish Columnist, blogger and writer Fredrik Bachman. The book became an instant bestseller which sold millions of copies worldwide. When the… Continue reading A Man called Ove – A Book Review
GENRE Non-Fiction, MilitaryAUTHOR Mickel Bar Zohar & Nissim MishalPAGES 360YEAR OF PUBLISH 2012RELATED BOOK Mitrokhin Archives, Sword & Shield, Beyond Hitler Grasp,No mission is impossible “For unsung heroes, for battles untold, for book unwritten, for secret unspoken, and for a dream of peace never abandoned, never forgotten." These are the dedications of the book. The statement… Continue reading MOSSAD: The greatest missions of Israeli’s secret service
Genre : Non Fiction, Political Science, Classics Author Niccolo Machiavelli Pages 140 Year of Publish 1532 Related books Art of war, Chanakya Niti About the author Niccolo Machiavelli(1469-1527) was an Italian diplomat and philosopher. Born in the renaissance period, he is often regarded as the father of modern political science. The major part of his life was under the service… Continue reading Book Review The Prince : Niccolo Machiavelli
“Are you aware that you are not a body? You have a body.” chorused the elder Mahtangs. Introduction: GENRE: Spirituality AUTHOR: Shunya PAGES:160 YEAR OF PUBLISH: 2017 Mahtangs (better known as Mathangs) are the tribal people residing in the forests of Mount Piduru in Sri Lanka. This tribe, similar to the sentinelese, choose to be cut off from… Continue reading Immortal Talks – A Book Review
★★ Company: Skullcandy Inc.Headquarters location: Park City, Utah, United StatesFounder: Rick AldenFounded: 2003, Park City, Utah, United States Skullcandy in the India's Audio market:Skullcandy is a well known name in the Indian Audio market. They sell from low-end to premium (looking) headphones and earphones. Over the years, Skullcandy has garnered many fans across the country. According to Statista, Skullcandy… Continue reading Skullcandy Riff Wireless – An Audiophile’s review
“They didn't understand what they were doing.I'm afraid that will be on the tombstone of the human race.” Introduction:GENRE: Science FictionAUTHOR: Michael CrichtonPAGES: 507YEAR OF PUBLISH: 2002 For those of you who are not very familiar with the genre and are wondering from where have you heard the name of Crichton, I have only two words… Continue reading Prey by Michael Crichton – A Book Review
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“We are not Just our Behaviour. We are the person managing our Behaviour”
AUTHOR: Kenneth Blanchard, Ph. D. and Spencer Johnson, M.D.
YEAR OF PUBLISH: 2003
More often than not we experience dissatisfaction in our workplace. We observe the same phenomenon happening with a lot of people around us – our colleagues, friends, relatives. Mostly they are frustrated with their manager while some are managers who are frustrated with their subordinates. This is the most common complaint that we hear from people and may experience ourselves in an organization. But What is the reason behind this? Is there no way out? If yes, then what? Can productivity be increased? If yes, then how? Is there a way for us or the people we are managing to enjoy the work along with the increase in productivity? What is the answer to these questions?
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