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About The Book
This book serves as a guide to the returning soldier to settle down in life and find a fulfilling second career. Many corporates look to hire people from Armed Forces for the values they bring from the Defence Forces. However, they prefer to hire corporate ready soldiers for employment.
Who is a corporate-ready soldier?
In Eagles are Born to Fly High, Ganesh Ramalingam unfolds the challenges a returning soldier undergo during the transition phase. Ganesh recommends that the soldiers must prepare themselves well for a smooth transition into the unfamiliar environment.
The easy to follow 21 Proven Steps to Successful Transition from Battlefield to Boardroom forms as a Success Guide for the soldiers who are on the verge of hanging their uniform. Proven success tools such as building a personal brand around their strengths and personality type come to their rescue. A returning soldier also needs to build a robust online presence to grow his influence in the corporate. Additionally, there are array of opportunities available in the job market and guidance to choose the job role that best suits their strengths.
A must-read book for all uniformed personnel aspiring to lead a successful life as a civilian after their services to the nation!
About The Author
Ganesh Ramalingam had served the Indian Air Force for fifteen years before he took a giant leap to transform himself from a disciplined Defence lifestyle into a dynamic corporate and civilian life.
He started his career in the corporate as a Sales Executive and climbed up the ladder to his present role as the Sales Director. Ganesh firmly believes in learning, implementing the learning and spreading knowledge to the world. In this direction, he stays invested in taking up personal development courses imparted by many World Class Trainers from across the globe.
Ganesh's vision is to help the serving Military personnel who are on the verge of moving onto the corporate world. He helps them in learning new skills that will assist in choosing various roles in thecorporatewith confidence. This book is one of his such efforts towards this vision.
5% of the proceedings will be utilized for the benefit of war injured soldiers