Leaders face innumerable situations when they have to deal with myriad problems some of which they might have anticipated and others might have suddenly erupted. They ought to have made plans for anticipated problems that could arise either internally or externally, and at the same time made some provision for those that might arise with or without any warning.
This book is an attempt to discuss the role of leaders in managing a crisis situation, and is likely to be of use both to practising and aspiring managers in leadership roles.
About the Author
Dr. Manmohan Joshi, M.A., M.Ed., Cert. Educational Admin, Dip. HRD, Dip. Mgmt. (UK), MBA, Ph.D. (Mgmt.), has over 50 years’ teaching, training and administrative experience. He has worked as Principal of large and reputed educational institutions in India, Kuwait and the Sultanate of Oman.
Later he worked as Acting Chief Executive for a reputed Training Institute in the Sultanate of Oman.
His recent formal official assignment was at a group of educational institutes in Bangalore, India, where he conducted workshops and training programmes – especially training in Soft Skills and Business Communication – for college professors and students, and taught students of MBA, B.Ed. and Law.
Currently he is a freelancer and conducts workshops and training programmes for college students, professors as well as those working in the corporate sector – particularly in the area of Soft Skills, Business Communication, Pedagogy of Teaching, Guidance and Counselling at College/School level.