Drive To Thrive by Sharad Bajaj
What It Takes To Become An Inspirational Manager By Bringing The Best Out Of Others
A personal message from the author:
There are countless books on business, leadership, and management styles, from forgettable to timeless books.
I will tell you what this book is not; this book is not just any other management or leadership style manual that regurgitates old information and compiles it in many pages. Drive to Thrive offers practical techniques that will help navigate, elevate, and enable you to take control of your personal and professional life. It also provides practical ways to manage your team effectively and keep them productive and motivated, especially in this era of remote work.
Suppose you've purchased the Drive to Thrive. In that case, you're an aspiring manager, or you've been frustrated in the past just like me, and you are searching for new ways to become a better manager, both personally and professionally.
You may be an intern, a seasoned professional, an executive, an entrepreneur, or someone who desires growth in their personal and professional lives while working remotely. In that case, you are holding the right book.
I sincerely hope that each page in this book gives you a different perspective on managing your work, team, and life. I will share ideas, tips, and experiences that are not emphasized in schools or colleges.
— Sharad Bajaj
Drive to Thrive is a book that will help you bring greater depth, understanding, and clarity to your leadership and management style. Every chapter will propel you towards making operational and managerial excellence a habit to thrive as a manager and build a high performing team. After reading the book, you will be able to effectively manage your team by building the right team culture and putting the right processes in place. This book will explain to you the key team management, team building, and self growth concepts with practical examples.Amazon
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My profession is online marketing and development (10+ years experience), check my latest mobile app called Upcoming. But my real passion is reading books both fiction and non-fiction. I have several favorite authors like James Redfield or Daniel Keyes. If I read a book I always want to find the best part of it, every book has it's unique value.