Abhijit Bhaduri (http://abhijitbhaduri.com) has led Human Resources teams in several organizations, including Microsoft, PepsiCo, Colgate and Tata Steel. He has been a radio jockey and hosted shows in India and the US and has also dabbled in amateur theatre.
Dipankar Gupta is a professor of sociology at the School of Social Sciences at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and has also taught abroad. He writes regularly on sociopolitical issues in national newspapers.
Adite Banerjie's first short story was the winner of the Harlequin India Passions Aspiring Authors Contest (2012). Her debut title, The Indian Tycoon's Marriage Deal (December 2013), was based on the winning entry. No Safe Zone is her third book.
Pratibha Karan was born in Bombay and grew up in Bombay, Calcutta, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi. She did MA (Economics) from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University and then joined the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) in 1967. She is presently working in the Ministry of Industry in the Government of India.
In 1952, W. Clement Stone and Napoleon Hill joined forces and philosophies. Stone added his Positive Mental Attitude (PMA) concept to Hill`s principles, resulting in the classic book, Success through a Positive Mental Attitude.
Lead Positive takes the fundamentals of Asset-Based Thinking (ABT), pioneered by Cramer and first revealed in her bestseller Change the Way You See Everything and turns them into a playbook for successful leadership.