Managing Inner Conflicts : In Professional Life

Inner conflicts if not addressed and removed puts pressures on the physical and mental faculties, and the outcome would be in terms of frustrations and depression.  Inner conflict depression in professional life is said to be silent killer and it exhausts the person and makes the person irrational, it is a big concern and one has to find ways out to get out of the pressure and stress.
When it comes to taking personal, vocational and professional decisions, there are tendencies of indecisiveness and uncertainty as the inner conflict put a person in retrogressive mode. This becomes a bottle neck in the professional life. Inner conflict basically is the outcome ego of ‘I and Me’, contrast of ‘Me with Others, fixed notion s and perceived perception, in this context the degree depends on influence of psychological ‘Self’ (Mind) over the true or conscious ‘Self’ (Heart). 
This book addresses the issues of causes and grounds, understanding of the ‘Self’, taking the call to resolve and workout the ways out of inner conflict in professional life.  In the cause the issues of syndrome of ‘ I’ and ‘Me and Others’ which is one of the main cause of manifestation of inner conflict in professional life and facets of personal qualifications, professional attributes and their influences has been analysed to make understand and recognise the inner conflicts. 
What is important in ways out is to understand the ‘Real Me’ thus understanding the importance of the self- introspection, self- realisation and self-evaluation as a part of the professional life has been emphasised, and dealt in detail in analysing the way forward in combating inner conflict.  The book is based on observation of human behavioural attributes, way one reacts to various situation and the mentality with which individuals participates in the professional field and how inner conflict gets manifested within the inner self.       
The book has been written in simple and lucid manner, inner conflict issues have been highlighted with actual narratives and human behaviours to make reading the book interesting. 

Vij Books
  • Pages: 212
  • 9789389620597 • HARDBACK • Jul 2020 • Rs.850
  • 9789389620603 • PAPERBACK • Aug 2020 • Rs.499
  • 9789389620610 • EBOOK • Aug 2020 • Rs.499
  • Subjects: Self Help
  • Managing Inner Conflicts : In Professional Life
author details
Brigadier Ashok Kumar Ganguly was commissioned in Indian Army (Infantry) and retired after putting in 34 years of military service. He has three decades of experience on command and staff appointments with varied exposure to military operations in North East India, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir and High Altitude Sectors of Northern and Eastern Command of Indian Army. He is the recipient of Sena Medal (SM), Vishist Seva Medal (VSM) and Commendations for distinguished service in operations and staff duties.
After retirement from Military Service in 2012, he joined the Indian Corporate Sector and has been part of the senior management group. Presently, he is in the power sector looking into the affairs of Corporate Support Services.
He is Masters in Defence Studies from Madras University, Post Graduate of Defence Services Staff College, MBA and Masters Diploma in HR&IR. He is a prolific writer and has been contributing articles in various magazines; he has authored the book ‘Leaders from the Barracks’ on leadership ability and personality development, published in 2016. The present book is his second publication.
The author’s email is gangulees@yahoo.co.in


Preface 
Acknowledgement
Chapter I Syndromes
Syndrome ‘I and Me’ 
Syndrome ‘Me and Others’ 
Questions and Mind Games 
Chapter II Facets of Inner Conflicts 
Attributes 
Attitude 
Temperament, Outlook and Personal Qualification
Communiqué Skills
Chapter III Taking the Call
Imperatives of ‘Taking the Call’
Personal Perspicacity & Taking the Call
Essential for Taking the Call 
Chapter IV Way Out
Behavioural Comportment’s Insufficiency 
Circumstances Beyond and Obstinate Control of the ‘Self ’ 
Mistakes and Putting Self in ‘Repentance Syndrome’ 
Environmental Effects on Psychological Self
End Note
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