Book recommendation – Get Better at Getting Better

Get Better at Getting Better’ written by Chandramouli Venkatesan. In this book, Chandramouli writes about the ‘Get Better Model’, or GBM-your model to continuously improve how good you are. Which helps you to know what you need to achieve extraordinary success – it’s something other than core capabilities like analytical skills, people skills, conceptual and intuitive skills, hard work and hunger for success. He identifies this as developing the capability to succeed and continuously improve that capability. 

To achieve extraordinary success, you need something other than core capabilities like analytical skills, people skills, conceptual and intuitive skills, hard work, and hunger for success. Chandramouli Venkatesan identifies this as developing the capability to succeed and continuously improve that capability. He calls this the Get Better Model, or GBM—your model to continuously improve how good you are.

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A GBM is made up of four key components and these must be practiced deliberately for getting better—getting better by yourself; getting better by leveraging others; making others get better, and making and implementing a get-better plan.

Get Better Model (GBM)has four key components:

  1. Getting better by yourself
  2. Getting better by leveraging others
  3. Make others get better
  4. Making and implementing a get-better plan

This powerful and life-changing book shows you how you can unlock your potential at work, and in life, and constantly get better.

 

 

You can connect with the author Chandramouli Venkatesan Sir here.

You can also get the audiobook from Audible, click here.

2 thoughts on “Book recommendation – Get Better at Getting Better

  • August 28, 2020 at 9:04 am
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    Surely a book which should be included in BBA too .. People aspiring to be Managers need to understand what are basic core competencies which we all assume is given but Aspiring Managers need to take larger steps to achieve their desired goal

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    • September 25, 2020 at 3:16 am
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      Thanks for sharing your thoughts Tarun. Which other books do you think we should summarize?

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