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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
Written for a vast audience in the corporate sector including employees, entrepreneurs, team leaders, and business leaders, The Growth Quotient by Suram is an informative guide about growth, efficiency, preparedness, effectiveness and more. Chapter two of the work discusses how growth can be maintained and achieved in the context of ever-changing technological trends. Other topics discussed in the section include managing public personality/reputation and the aspects that contribute to a stable career. The fourth chapter discusses the external world and explains topics relating to communication, building relationships, client satisfaction, and others. Other chapters discuss broader topics divided into specific sub-topics and they include self-awareness, conflict resolution, digital trends, and data interpretation.
When reading Suram’s The Growth Quotient, the infographics, psychometric tests, and charts were useful in helping me grasp the information contained in the book. Anecdotes and illustrations make the content interesting. This is further enhanced by the inclusion of engaging questions. In a world that is constantly changing, Suram provides practical tools that help in the process of growth. Various platforms that have revolutionized different industries, such as Canva, are discussed. The messages contained are encouraging such as why and how to get rid of unfounded fears or how to minimize weaknesses by working on and adding to strengths. Others are informative and unique such as the discussion on why it is important to filter information that gets to the mind as the mind does not have its own filter. The Growth Quotient provides useful business strategies for persons in the corporate world.