Ahmedabad, India, September 29, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Gautam in his book, Indispensable has taken a hard look at this age old question asked by many, “Does history make the man or does the man make history? And it's always a man that makes history. And these men are the leaders who lead a movement and try to bring change in the society. A close look has been done thus analyzing the hidden model of their careers and also exploring the method or structure that brought these leaders to this position of powers.
Through Indispensable you will be able to understand these formats and learn to be leaders. You can learn the pros and cons of each step taken by these leaders in the past. You can learn from their experiences and their mistakes for you to be the next leader to create history. Indispensable teaches you how build strategies by sharing the leadership qualities of the known leaders from the past that created history.
Leaders like Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln to Winston Churchill and Judah Folkman - sharing their experience and telling us how they became powerful leaders and how they took the most important decision that brought them to that position. From this book you will learn the importance of taking the right decision at the right place thus keeping in mind the growth and downfall of the organization. It discusses decisions taken by such leaders that created History.
The book Indispensable will also give you tips on how you can use these leadership skills in your life thus making the best use of it in your personal and professional life. You can get a copy for yourself from infibeam.com at 25% off.
About the Author
Gautam Mukunda is an assistant professor of Business Administration in the Organizational Behavior at the Harvard Business School. He in his book has discussed very finely how, what, when and which leaders made a difference and what we can learn from their success stories of the past. With the launch of his new Book he has been published in Security Studies, Politics and Life Sciences, The Washington Post, Parameters, Systems and Synthetic biology. In his past articles he has focused more on Leadership, Military Innovation and a lot more.
Mukunda being an proficient academic is also a member at the Council of Foreign Relations and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Security Studies and Program on Emerging Technologies.