The Case of the Bonsai Manager: Lessons for Managers on Intuition By : R. Gopalakrishnan

The Case of the Bonsai Manager: Lessons for Managers on Intuition
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  • Author: R. Gopalakrishnan
    Publication Date: 30/11/-0001
    Binding: Paperback
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‘Draws on ingenious insights and lessons from nature to emphasize the importance of imbibing, developing, listening to and trusting your intuition – increasingly becoming a differentiator in senior circles – to develop the confidence to take that leap of faith which every risk-bearing decision entails’ – Ratan Tata
Managers can become like stunted plants. The absence of intuition – or its inadequate use – has the effect of constricting a manager.
The Case of the Bonsai Manager is the perfect antidote for every manager who feels they are not achieving their full potential. Effective leadership is not just about hard facts but also about listening to, and using, your intuition. Using anecdotes from nature and the world of management, R. Gopalakrishnan explores how you can be more intuitive, inclusive and humane.
The revised and updated edition of this best-selling book, with its easy-to-read anecdotal style, has additional material to reinforce the key messages, including a new self-help workbook.
‘Exceptional . . . R. Gopalakrishnan is a formidable writer and manager’ – Economic Times
‘One of the most refreshing and useful books on management that I have read in many years’ – Business Today

Book Details

Number of Pages: 368 Pages
Bar Code: 9780143063926
Publisher: Penguin Books

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