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Yashkumar
19

HI
Dear all Hr
I am back after long break.
I have read
"29 Leadership Secrets from Jack Welch"
so I think to make it easy for all of us.
Yes I know there is lots of posts on this book in "CITEHR" but there is no just "PPT" so I make It keeping its original content.
I hope you may like It.
I request you don't complain about too much text.

From India, Indore
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arup.chatterjee
2

Dear Yash, This is really good one. Then why you quote this 'I request you don’t complain about too much text' . Again thanks for nist post. Regards
From India, Patna
p_cm2
1

Dear Y kumar, its too good & its stuff with very good manner..thnx for posting & your effort for same .. awaiting more
From India, Mumbai
pkhanap
1

Dear Yash, Thank you for sharing this wonderful learning.... Its to the point and very simple to understand... Its a quick summary of the entire book. Thank you once again
From India, Mumbai
vksainihr
3

This is just making fool to others. Any one can do this by collecting matters from net. I dont think, any thing good or seems practical in attached sheet.
From India, Ghaziabad
nbansal66
2

Excellent posting..,. It glued me on screen and read many times . I will read it every day morning ...
From India, Gurgaon
psdhingra
387

Dear Saini,

Your remarks are uncalled for when Mr. Yash Kumar has given due credit to Jack Welch, the original author of the book. He has not claimed anywhere that the ideas are of his own. He has mentioned the name of Jack Welch not only in the thread, but also in the presentation.

If he has got something good and is giving due credit to the original author, what is the harm in sharing his knowledge with other community members? You must know, not everybody of the HR community knows about Jack Welch or his secrets of leadership. I have the original and detailed book, and I knew all those secrets written by Jack Welch, but still I have appreciated his voluntary effort to share his knowledge. I don't think you would have been compelled by Mr. Yash to read his presentation, if you did not like the presentation or the types of leadership secrets mentioned in the presentation.

If you feel, you could do well you could also have come forward with some better presentation than Mr. Yash Kumar.


From India, Delhi
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