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Jatin Sahni’s ‘High Five’ is a recipe for corporate success

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Jatin Sahni presents his book.

Muhammad Yusuf, Features Writer

At an event held recently at Canopy by Hilton, author Jatin Sahni revealed his first literary work titled ‘High Five’ in the presence of senior corporate executives, business owners and media professionals. The book consists of a mix of ingredients, meticulously curated to concoct the perfect formula for a successful and engaged team of professionals. Drawing on over 28 years of corporate experience across diverse organisations and cultures, Sahni shares invaluable insights and golden nuggets of wisdom on success, providing budding and experienced leaders with the tools they need to steer their teams towards high levels of achievement and fulfillment.

“‘High Five’ provides guaranteed recipes for 100 per cent engaged and triumphant teams,” says the author. While providing insights at the launch, he added that “‘High Five’ is more than just a book; it is a heartfelt dedication to the extraordinary individuals who have shaped my professional journey. It is a celebration of mentors, colleagues and customers who have been instrumental in my growth, and a resounding high five to all those committed to fostering a culture of excellence.”

From navigating the complexities of employee engagement to cultivating a workplace environment capacious with collaboration and success, ‘High Five’ offers an approach that should resonate with leaders at every level. Smita Vaidya, Internal Audit Professional and an avid reader, has remarked that “‘High Five’ is a rare treatise on a complex and dynamic subject like employee engagement … A complete compendium on the subject that not only makes us aware of the importance of employee engagement in corporate success, but also provides us proven methodologies that can be easily adapted across industries.” ‘High Five’ is available in leading bookstores in the UAE and on Amazon. Readers are encouraged to know more about the book and share their reviews with the author. The volume can be ordered directly through his dedicated website - www.jatinsahni.com/highfive

With over 28 years of distinguished experience leading multicultural teams across sales, marketing, customer management and technology in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, Sahni is a seasoned ICT professional. Armed with a background in Electronics and Telecommunication engineering and supplemented by post-graduate studies in marketing, he has made a name for embodying a commitment to excellence and continuous learning.

A devout advocate of Sir Richard Branson’s philosophy on employee care, Sahni champions a workplace culture that prioritises engagement, productivity, and trust. Drawing from his wealth of experience, he has authored ‘High Five’, which can be said to be a handbook encapsulating strategies for maintaining exceptional levels of employee engagement. The resource is aimed to empower organisations and aspiring leaders to cultivate successful, engaged teams. “I have known Jatin since 2014,” says Salvador Anglada, CEO e& enterprise, “and I can say that he has been an amazing individual delivering results across various roles he has been assigned.

“Team engagement comes naturally to Jatin and I am not surprised that he is authoring this initiative leveraging more than 28 years of corporate experience across organisations and cultures and leading high engage and performance teams. ‘High Five’ is presented in a simple and structured manner that can be easily understood. I’m confident that this book will prove immensely valuable to emerging individuals aspiring to steer teams or organisations towards a path of engagement and accomplishment,” he adds.

“Amazing experience! I have read and it is the best guidance ever,” says Hiba Moukadem. “The book has eight chapters and is organised in a very good way. A knowledgeable book,” says Vimi Arora. So brace yourself for a journey through the corporate world as ‘High Five’ emerges as an ‘ultimate cookbook’ for organisations and line managers seeking to master the art of employee engagement. With a promise to deliver a recipe for success that is both easy to digest and guaranteed to yield a 100 per cent engaged and triumphant team, ‘High Five’ is set to revolutionise the way line managers approach workforce dynamics.

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