The Power Of Positivity: Optimism And The Seventh Sense

Sách Ebooks PDF, Epub, Prc The Power Of Positivity: Optimism And The Seventh Sense Nguồn gốc: Sage Publication Ltd , Tác giả: Padmakali Banerjee NXB SAGE Publications Ltd Năm XB 2018 Ngôn Ngữ Tiếng Anh , Trọng lượng (gr): 270 Kích thước 21.6 x 14 x 1.5 cm Số trang 240 Hình thức Bìa Mềm. Thuộc danh mục sách: Foreign books / Personal Development / Advice On Careers & Achieving Success /

THE POWER OF POSITIVITY: OPTIMISM AND THE SEVENTH SENSE

The Power of Positivity: Optimism and the 7th Sense introduces the concept of optimism as the ‘seventh sense’. Highlighting the milestone achievements of world leaders in various domains, represented as harbingers of optimism, it acts as a beacon of hope and inspiration for readers to move forward with relentless fervor and spirit. The myriad facets of human life such as emotions, relationships and accomplishments are artfully expressed through anecdotal narrations. This book virtually acts as a handbook and a toolkit enabling readers to practice optimism in real life. It includes an assessment tool that helps individuals know their ‘optimism quotient’ providing them with valuable insights for achieving success. It provides the reader with a complete model for cultivating the spirit of optimism. The objective is to empower youth into becoming creative, innovative and accomplished beings and transform the world into a place full of positivity, peace and happiness. The book empowers readers from all walks of life – youth, practitioners, entrepreneurs and leaders – to effectively navigate today’s dynamic world characterized by innovation and disruptive technology with flexibility. Optimistic individuals have the miraculous power to realize their potential and fulfil their compelling dreams. It propels individuals towards sustainability, differentiation and overall success and well-being.




systems thinking for effective managers: the road less travelled

SYSTEMS THINKING FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGERS: THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED

Traditional education has been extremely biased towards science, owing primarily to the success that science has demonstrated in the last three centuries. While the methods of science are greatly, if not fully, responsible for its success, these are grossly inadequate in the context of societal systems and the complexities that managers and leaders deal with. The real world is markedly different and heavily interconnected. Systems thinking is the perfect antidote to the stagnation that characterizes managerial theories and practices. Conventional management, constrained by a sanitized world view, is no longer able to deliver as it did in the past. Expanding horizons and thinking holistically unveils the big picture and builds a body of knowledge more suited to the changing times we live in.