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The 21st Century Professionals Handbook Gen X to Millennials

Author Name: Suvendu Ghoshal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

This book takes a fresh look at the 21st Century Managers. Being written like a story, the chapters inside provide deep insights about the values, motives and behaviors of Gen X and millennials at their work place.

The 21st century defines a period where technology, independence and innovation are valued and where orthodox and old-school thoughts are banished. While Gen X, Y and Z take up cubicles and cabins in offices all over the world at the same time, clashes in ideologies and approaches are bound to happen. The book examines how, together, they can reduce work place conflicts and work more effectively. 

Professionals in this century face the most uncertain times. Businesses emerge or vanish overnight, world comes to a grinding halt because of a pandemic. The book gives you a road map to navigate successfully in 21st century.

It talks about the emerging new careers, gig economy, the behaviors for flourishing in this century. And how Gen X can reinvent themselves in their second innings.

The handbook also makes a strong case about the difficulty in implementing personal change management programs, where coaches and mentors falter and how managing change can be dealt better.

Sharp, crisply-written with live cases and penned down by an expert in his field, a must read for all professionals. 


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Suvendu Ghoshal

Suvendu Ghoshal

Suvendu is a passionate person and one of his many passions is people.

He has more than twenty- five years of experience in Human Resources & Business Consulting, including Leadership Development, Assessment Centres, Executive Coaching and Career Mentoring. He has served as a Head HR with many companies of repute. Some of the organisations he has been associated with is Hewitt, Airtel, Samtel.

He started as a Journalist before finding his anchor in Management and the Corporate world.

He also has been a visiting Professor with International Management Institute, IMT and Jaipuria Institute of Management.

His previous publications include Perform or Perish: Building Business Capability.

His other passions involve travelling, cooking, painting and fiction writing.