Golden Stripes – Leadership on the High Seas

Leadership on the high seas?
A professional leadership approach is required to motivate & improve the ability of each individual, and propel the motivation of the ship as an organization.
Captain VS Parani, FNI, FICS, CMarTech has taken the initiative to fill this gap and has written a book Golden Stripes- Leadership on the High Seas,  which is the world’s first book on leadership for mariners, by a mariner.
 
What the book is about?
How to run a tight ship? How to keep yourself, your crew, and your ship safe? How to be an expert professional? How to make the right decisions, every time? How to act appropriately in the face of danger? Communicate with confidence. Be inspired by legendary sailors. There are stories and cutting edge insights which have received international acclaim. It is for navigators and marine engineers, whether early in their career, or experienced and want to take their leadership to the next level. 
 
Be part of a social cause.
Part of the proceeds from the book are donated to the Mission to Seafarers. 
 
Take action
Read Golden Stripes and take it with you to your ship. Share the news with your shipmates. Gift it to a friend. Discuss the book with your team. Invest in your own copy of the book through http://www.whittlespublishing.com/Golden_Stripes
It is also available through major retailers worldwide such as Amazon, Ebay and eventually at selected bookstores.
Connect with the author
You’re most welcome to visit his website www.parani.org to read his blogs & discuss ideas
Feel free to connect with him on Facebook: https://www. facebook.com/vs.parani,  https://www.facebook.com/Lead ership.on.the.high.seas/
LinkedIn: https://www. linkedin.com/in/parani-vs- a5ab6363/ or Twitter: Parani VS@GoldenStripesLS.
 
 
 

Golden Stripes- Leadership on the High Seas

The world’s first leadership book by a merchant-mariner
 

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