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How to succeed in the world of business with the five rules of leadership etiquette.

Written by an extremely successful businessman with knowledge and insights on leadership, team management and business strategy.

Changing the face of leadership for greater financial and personal rewards.

Engaging and exciting – a must read for all creatives and business thinkers who want to excel in their crafts and improve their efficiency.

An inspirational tale from a leading CEO who started off with nothing and became one of the greatest business leaders in the Indian market.

Book Details

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-912555-78-9

FORMAT: 216 x 138mm

Bookbinding: Paperback

Number of pages: 232pp


AUTHOR

 

Paul Dupuis is CEO and Managing Director of Randstad India and the former Chairman of HOPE International (JP). Paul is bilingual, speaking both English and Japanese, and has lived and worked across Asia for more than 25 years.


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A wonderful guide for leading in tomorrow’s rapidly changing world!

Marshall Goldsmith, #1 New York Times bestselling author, Triggers and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

Paul Dupuis has written a must-read book for leaders on a mission to achieve great things … a fresh, timeless and borderless approach to leadership with purpose, curiosity and humility at the core.

Dan Cable, Professor, London Business School

Building upon a life’s work as a leader in multiple country contexts, Paul Dupuis demonstrates his particular genius – a sharp focus on what it takes to create and lead a movement in organizational change. The E5 Movement is about a compelling new mindset and set of innovative practices game-changing leaders must quickly adopt. Paul more than succinctly captures his learning and insights on crucial challenge to leaders and helps readers to reflect upon and review their own leadership journey with actionable ideas.

Dr. S. Raghunath, Chairperson, Centre For Corporate Governance and Citizenship, India Institue of Management, Bangalore (IIMB)

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