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Author: Sunita Pant Bansal
Publisher: Rupa Publications India (10-Nov-20)
Edition: 10-Nov-20
ISBN-13: 9789389967951
Publishing year: Rupa Publications India
No of pages: 208
Weight: 140g
Language: English
Book binding: Paperback

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SUNITA PANT BANSAL started writing poems and stories at the age of eight and has not stopped since. Trained in Nutrition, she practiced as a nutritionist for a couple of years before deciding to follow her passion instead. In her four decades of writing career, she founded a weekend newspaper and three magazines, besides editing five magazines, writing numerous articles and producing a short film. Sunita hails from the Kumaon hills of the Himalayas, a region well-known for its crop of litterateurs. With that pedigree, it was no wonder that she started exploring mythology and its impact on our culture. In her writing career of 40 years, Sunita has authored hundreds of books for children and young adults on folk literature and mythology. For adults, her genres cover body, mind and soul, her books being sold in multiple languages globally. Her forte is decoding Hindu scriptures to show their relevance and application in today?s times. Sunita?s bestsellers include Kailas Mansarovar: The Journey of Body, Mind and Soul, Ramayan: The Journey of Ram, and Mahabharat: The Rise and Fall of Heroes.

A loving and respectful son. A loyal and dependable friend. A wise guide. A masterful strategist and an invincible adversary. Krishna, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu on Earth, was driven by a one-point agenda?to rid the world of the evil forces ruling it at the time he lived and reigned in Dwaraka. He set the goal, created a road map, marshalled his resources and achieved the target. A perfect management plan to succeed, to put it another way! Taking twenty critical aspects of Krishna leadership traits like power, strategy, team-building, communication, work-life balance, rules, stability, behaviour, decision-making, justifiable means, non-justifiable means, goals, personal growth, vision statement, karma, work etiquette, time management, greed and loyalty, Krishna: the management Guru shows how lessons from Krishna life can be applied to our contemporary competitive corporate world.