Rajiv Talreja is the author of the book Lead Or Bleed — How Entrepreneurs And Corporate Leaders Can Adopt A Proven System To Stop Fire Fighting And Start Accelerating Performance And Profits.
Rajiv had two business failures in the past, which he believes have been his best experiences. Currently, he is running two successful businesses: Quantum Leap Learning Solutions and Dream Craft Events.
Over the last decade, Rajiv has impacted over 50,000 people through his training and coaching engagements.
What began as a young person’s desire to help people transform their businesses has grown into Rajiv’s lifelong crusade. He is called on by entrepreneurs and corporate leaders to help transform their businesses, their teams, and their leadership styles. Rajiv has been honored with the “Responsibility Award of Leadership” and the “Catalyst of the Year” award by People First. He was selected as one of the Top 10 Future Leaders from India by Better Future, Netherlands and as one of the Top 10 Entrepreneurship Stories from India by BNI, India.
Rajiv is a “learner and do-er” and believes there is always a next level, no matter who you are or where you come from.
Entrepreneurs and Corporate Leaders often find themselves in a fire fighting mode because their Next Line Leadership team either lack competence, confidence, commitment and/or ownership.
These Entrepreneurs and Corporate Leaders often find themselves under stress and end up creating a limiting belief about what’s possible to be achieved as a team.
Goals set are either safe or are often missed, stakeholders are left unhappy, stress levels are high or the team is complacent and team members are disengaged. In such an environment, leadership is just a jargon used for describing something abstract and unreal.
Entrepreneurs and Corporate Leaders need a proven system of engaging with their teams:
In These Pages You Will Uncover…
Produce Breakthrough Results, Effortlessly!
a. Special Section 1.1: Stories of Inspiring Icons
i. Failing Failure – The Story of Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
ii. Change for Happiness – The Story of Ashok Soota
b. Special Section 1.2: Story of Inspiring Entrepreneurs & CEOs
i. Rewriting fate with faith – The Story of Grand Master Akshar
ii. The Eternal Explorer – The Story of S.Valmeekanathan
iii. A bag full of surprises – The Story of Nina Lekhi
iv. Meaningful Madness – The Story of Mukesh Punmiya
v. The Incorrigible Optimist – The Story of Chenraj Roychand
vi.The Pursuit of Happiness – The Story of Kumaravel C K
vii. The Conscious Capitalist – The Story of Samit Ghosh
viii. A hopeless romantic meets a diligent innovator – The Story of Lavanya Rastogi and Vineet Agrawal
ix. Won with Nature – The Story of Gaurav Dublish and Siddharth Sood
x. Valuing Value – The Story of Ashwin Kandoi and Abhijit Junagade
9. Lead Silently – Be a Facilitator
a. Special Section 2: 50 Leadership Philosophies from India’s Great Workplaces
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