Monday, 21 September 2015

This is not a book but a guide to being your own CEO

With over 40 years in business, Richard Branson is an inspiring pioneer of humanitarian projects and an iconic business leader. In The Virgin Way: How to Listen, Learn, Laugh and Lead, Richard shares and distils his secrets of leadership and success. Featuring anecdotes from his own business dealings, as well as his observations of many others who have inspired him – from politicians, business leaders, explorers, scientists and philanthropists – Richard reflects on the qualities he feels are essential for success in today’s world.
 This is not a conventional book on leadership. There are no rules – but rather the secrets of leadership that he has learned along the way from his days at Virgin Records, to his recent work with The Elders. Whether you’re at the beginning of your career, or head of a Fortune 500 company – this is your guide to being your own CEO (Chief Enabling Officer) and becoming a true leader – not just a boss.

New addition to Library Collection

 During the last fortnight library added around 250 title. Prominent among them are Black tulip/ Nagarkar, Kiran; Pakistan under army rule/ Khajooria, M.M.; Desert God/ Smith, Wilber; Virgin way : how to listen, learn, laugh and lead/ Branson, Richard; Bone clocks/ Mitchell, David; Frog music/ Donoghue, Emma; Catching the departed/ Yadav, Kulpreet; Four : divergent collection/ Roth, Veronica; Manhattan mango/ Iyer, Madhuri; Daughter by court order/ Vira, Ratna; Bhairav putras/ Mathur, Suhail; Magical book of affirmations : 405 powerful affirmations to accelerate your breakthrough to success/ Canfield, Jack; And death came calling/ Deva, Mukul; Five days/ Kennedy, Douglas; Deadline/ Brown, Sandra; 60 minutes/ Namburi, Upendra; Screaming staircase/ Stroud, Jonathan; Guilt/ Adler-Oslen, Jussi; Time keeper/ Albom. Mitch; Ways of the world/ Goddard, Robert

Did you know? Shree Pundalik, India’s first feature film was released today i.e. 18th May 1912.