- Why are some people successful in their careers while others falter?
- What persuades managers to promote some and not others to responsibility, opportunity and prosperity?
- Is it all down to natural gifts, or are there techniques that any person can learn to accelerate their career?
After reaching leadership roles in three of the world's biggest banks, PriyeshKhanna concluded that there are some easy-to-learn and surprisingly straightforward ways to stand out from the crowd.
In Upgrade, Khanna and Alasdair Ross, with more than fifty years of experience between them, deliver a mix of tools, methods and exercises that extend across professions to guide your next essential career moves. Structured in four parts, each aimed at strengthening the key habits, mindsets and actions that mark highly successful corporate performers, the book provides readily applicable skills to bring out the best in people. Whether you are pushing for the next level or want to excel at the top, or are simply curious about the methods the best leaders in the world rely on, Upgrade is the book for you.
From the Publisher
|Title:||Upgrade: The Not-So-Subtle Art of Moving Up in Life and Career|
|Number Of Pages:||212|
|Country Of Origin:||India|
|Release date:||31 July 2023|
Priyesh Khanna is a managing director at a global bank based in London. He is a senior banking executive with over twenty years of experience with some of the world's most prominent financial institutions including JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, and Credit Suisse, driving transformations in technology, risk management and operations.
Alasdair Ross is a journalist and consultant with thirty years' experience as a foreign correspondent and a senior executive and editor at The Economist Group. Alasdair is currently working on writing projects for several publications, including the Financial Times in London. He is a keynote and TEDx speaker in global affairs, economics, strategy, and risk and a non-executive director at The Economist Intelligence Unit.