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The Tiger CEO How To Be An Effective Leader By Embracing The Tiger In You

Author Name: Sharad Kumar Vats | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

“It is better to be a tiger for one day than a sheep for a thousand years.” – Tibetan Proverb

Tigers walk alone. They are not shepherded through life and are entirely self-sufficient. Confident, capable, charismatic—they are masters of their own destiny in the jungle. As a keystone species, they are catalysts for creation. Would you rather be a tiger or a sheep?

The Tiger CEO is a book that hones your leadership skills with the wiles and wisdom of a tiger’s tactics in the wild. Many leadership books allude to the idea of the “tiger” in you. This book draws parallels between feline traits and those of great leaders, ranging from Gandhi to Elon Musk. It not only highlights the manner in which iconic biodiversity conservation leaders such as Jim Corbett have protected and studied the species but also how their own behaviour has been impacted by it.

Broken down into eleven distinct sections, this book attempts to adapt the lessons learnt from a tiger’s day to day behaviour consciously into our work and our lives. Master the skills, strategy and strength of a tiger to become the king of your own jungle.


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Sharad Kumar Vats

Born and brought up in New Delhi, it was Sharad’s childhood passion to play cricket for India. 

While on a holiday in 1990, he saw his first tiger. Little did he know that this one sighting would immerse him into a realm where forests and tigers were all that mattered.

Although Sharad continued to grow up the corporate ladder, he took a strategic decision to align himself with the purpose of conserving the wilderness of India through tourism. With a renewed sense of purpose, he quit the hospitality industry and started his own venture, called Nature Safari India Pvt Ltd, with a focus on “Conservation through Tourism.” In 2006, he set up a jungle lodge in Kanha National Park. 

Sharad’s experiences as a wildlife photographer have inspired him to observe the tiger’s behaviour for over 30 years and motivated him on his own journey as an entrepreneur. Sharad examines the tiger’s key characteristics and finds several parallels with the corporate jungle. He believes that there are many lessons to be learnt from a tiger that can be applied successfully to leadership—both in business and in society. 

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