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The Art of Winging It What’s the Worst That Could Happen?

Author Name: Dr. Kaushik Sridhar | Format: Hardcover | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

In this book, you will read about my life and learn how and why traditional structures and ways of doing things have never really worked for me. Throughout my life, I've learned how to break away, make often frightening leaps, and forge my own path, flying by the seat of my pants! It's not always easy to run against the wind. You will encounter resistance. You will have doubts and doubters. You will need an inner resolve, one that can be cultivated and enhanced. Having grown up in India, Nigeria, the United States, and now calling Australia home, I have found that when it comes to forging your own path, there are no established rules. You have to make them for yourself. These ideas apply to life as well as business. This book will help you to learn how to back yourself. In developing my own rules, I've learned how to break away from expectations and unhelpful pressures, and found that the only way to fly is by truly winging it!

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Dr. Kaushik Sridhar

"A Former Professional Tennis Player, 2-time TEDx Speaker, Global Award Winner, Business Executive, University Lecturer, Board Member, Professional Coach and Mentor...this is Dr. Kaushik Sridhar!

Since 2006, Kaushik has developed and implemented environmental, social and governance (ESG) programs, strategies, and initiatives for some of the world’s biggest brands, focusing on improving their financial bottom line and contribution to society while reducing their environmental impacts. In addition to his full-time roles, Kaushik has worked as an adjunct lecturer for Australia's largest universities teaching MBA courses in Corporate Governance, Corporate Sustainability and Leadership.

In 2021, he was named the ESG Thought Leader of the Year at the ESG Summit and Awards. In 2020, he was named among the ‘40 Under 40 Influential Asian-Australians’, and also ranked #8 in Assent Compliance’ Top 100 Global Corporate Social Responsibility Leaders.

He is widely published in Australian and international peer-reviewed journals and is a regular columnist for some of Australia's leading magazines and newspapers. He has also presented at over 50 industry and academic conferences in Australia, Asia and Europe to a combined audience of over 10,000.

He holds a PhD and MBA from Macquarie Business School in Sydney, Australia."

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