A fifty-year journey towards becoming a natural-born leader (NBL) – this book is my vision of true leadership. Leadership is a habit we cultivate. It throws many challenges our way to rediscover who we are. Today, there is a widespread lack of competence in leadership in a number of organizations. But by accepting the challenges of life, you too can take the steps towards unlocking your NBL.
My leadership guide presented through an autobiographical foundation delivers a highly readable mixture of motivational manual and medical memoir. While working under time-sensitive, high-risk, & high-pressure situations, I was able overcome the hurdles that came my way, paving the path towards a successful self-confident leader. With life lessons and a self-assessment tool included, this motivational blueprint will give you a new perspective on leadership. Learn from my experience: read each word, follow my lead, anddo not hesitate to act. Only then can you awaken the NBL within.
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About the Author
Salar Ahmed Khan, MD, MBA, FACA, FCCP, DTCD, MCPS, worked as a consultant physician and pulmonologist at Karachi, Pakistan, from 1985 to 1987; as the chief of medicine, the acting director of medical services, and acting hospital director at Al-Midhnab General Hospital under the Ministry of Health in Saudi Arabia from 1988 to 1993; as an associate professor of medicine at Baqai Medical College and Hospital
in Karachi, Pakistan, from 1993 to 1994; as a surgical assistant, material management, and acting central processing supervisor at Edgewater Medical Center in Chicago from 1996 to 2000. From 2000 to 2009, he was research administration portfolio manager, grant administrator, acting administrative officer, and acting director of a nonprofit organization, and since 2009 has been working as a director of research compliance in Chicago. He was nominated for and has won several awards at national and international levels. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, photography, and watching sports such as cricket. He lives in Chicago with his wife and two sons.