A a corporate trainer ( see http://www.vikasbansal.com), Vikas addresses fellow humans on Strategy/ Goal setting, Communications and Sales performance. Over the last few months, he has addressed participants of some of the leading corporates in Financial services, Automotive, Apparel, FMCG and IT sector. Continue reading Book Giveaway #39 goes to Vikas Bansal
He is a budding entrepreneur and currently a Telecom network professional with an MNC. His style of leadership focuses on value creation and quick adaptation to ever-changing business requirements. Continue reading Book Giveaway #34 goes to Puneet Mukhija
Title: Pitch It!: Inspirational Stories from the Cricket Dressing Room to the Corporate Boardroom Author(s): Dev Prasad What do MS Dhoni and Azim Premji have in common? What about Anil Kumble and Steve Jobs? Between South African cricketing side and … Continue reading Book Giveaway #49: Pitch It!
A fun-loving person who believes in balance of Universe “Work Hard and Party Harder.” He started his career by selling Oxford dictionaries & Poster size coloring books door-to-door Continue reading Book Giveaways #027 & #033 go to Gaurav Jain
Here is a quick coaching primer for managers. It can be taken as one short exercise per day. With 69 exercises, you can be up and running as a Coach in around 2 months even if you give it only few minutes everyday. Continue reading Book Giveaway #39: Instant Coaching
A number of businesses accelerate their way to scaling up production capacities, hiring large teams and even achieving desired revenue levels. But, at the end of the day, or more accurately, at the end of the financial year, it is discovered that the business in being run in a loss. To avoid this, some CEOs ensure Profit & Loss account in made on a daily basis. E-commerce businesses fiercely track unit economics. Continue reading Book Giveaway #34: Operations Team Leadership
I think the biggest little secret that I can offer is “try to shape the universe differently”. It can be very intimidating to try to take a new product to market or open a new business.
The key is that you must not think yourself as a small part of the big bad world. Instead, you must find a way to make yourself the big fish in the little sea. Continue reading Book Giveaway #33: Eight Giant Steps to Global Domination
I have come to a frightening conclusion.
I am the decisive element in the classroom.
It is my personal approach that creates the climate.
It is my daily mood that makes the weather.
As a teacher I possess tremendous power to make a child’s life miserable or joyous.
I can be a tool of torture or an instrument of inspiration.
I can humiliate or humor, hurt or heal.
In all situations, it is my response that decides whether a crisis
will be escalated or de-escalated, and a child humanized or de-humanized. Continue reading Book Giveaway #32: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn At Home And In School
Joseph Jude has a keen interest in business of technology and technology of business. He works with C-level executives to solve their business problems with technology. He is currently engaged with an IT Services company to setup an innovation lab to accelerate their digital offering. Previously he worked with Government of India, in rolling out e-governance systems for Ministry of corporate affairs. Continue reading Book Giveaway #007 goes to Joseph Jude, Chandigarh
One could say that at the core of “Strategic Selling” is to stop being a Salesman, and start being a Strategy Consultant / Coach. If you were a coach to your prospective customer, then, obviously, you would first thoroughly understand the customer’s requirements and then provide the best solution possible. Continue reading Book Giveaway #027: Strategic Selling