Deerfield Beach, FL, December 30, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Samanthani Singh has been working on her new book The Importance of Soft Skills for the Global Manager since 2006.
Inspiration struck when Singh read Glenn Rifkin’s 2006 article “Building Better Global Managers” in the Harvard Business Review.
Singh realized then that soft skills were a vital topic that received minimal coverage. She went on to explore the topic for her MBA dissertation and then even further for the book.
The Importance of Soft Skills for the Global Manager studies different cases and scandals that highlight its value while teaching the most important points to create a more successful working environment.
Corporations are constantly expanding and putting an emphasis on managerial skills, but soft skills are just as important globally. Soft skills have the power to provide a limitless dynamic and sustainable growth.
Soft Skills is vital for global companies trying to balance corporate and country culture.
About the Author
Samanthani Singh is Guyanese born and residing in Florida. She entered the business world in 2001 immediately after graduating the University of Guyana and has since been involved in every aspect of administration. Her professional experience covers several areas of national, multinational, regional, and governmental organizations.