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Jonar C. Nader is the anti-Dale Carnegie. Fed up with what he calls "inefficiency, inaccuracy, inconsistency, and untruths," he wrote How to Lose Friends and Infuriate People as an antidote to winning friends, seeking excellence, and all the other clich'xe9s that dominate and cripple the world of business leadership and personal achievement. Jonar Nader helps audiences develop their skills and work with others. This involves simple but often overlooked strategies such as standing firm, rejecting majority rule, watching out for time thieves, valuing truth enough to speak out about it, and applying new concepts such as "mono-thought" and "swallowing your market whole." John Nader's wit adds leavening to his insights.
Having worked in the fields of sales and marketing for over 24 years, Jonar Nader's most recent role was that of IBM's E-business software manager and he was also IBM's industry spokesman for deep-computing high technology. Previous roles at IBM included the consumer manager for Asia Pacific South. Before joining IBM, Jonar Nader was the sales and marketing director at Acer Computer, where he headed Acer Software Pty Ltd. Additionally, he has held senior marketing positions at Compaq.
With his intimate understanding of technology and society, Jonar Nader is often called upon to serve as an expert witness to the legal profession. As a member of the Information Technology Sub-committee for Standards Australia, Jonar Nader has written standards for software development and system documentation. He was co-founder of the Australian Information Technology Society, where he served for seven years. He co-founded the New Leaders' Foundation, funded by Johnson & Johnson, McKinsey & Company, and Qantas Airways.
Mr. Nader is an award-winning debater, arguing cases for censorship, security, customer service, technology in education, and technology in society. Jonar Nader presents courses on technology, leadership, management, motivation, thinking skills, teamwork, advertising, change, and politics. He is currently a director of Australia's largest private adult education institution, and is chairman of Logictivity Pty Ltd and of his publishing and education venture, Plutonium.
Jonar Nader is the author of Prentice Hall's Illustrated Dictionary of Computing, and is the technology writer for Butterworths' Australian Legal Dictionary, and the Students Legal Dictionary. His bestseller, How to Lose Friends and Infuriate People, is now in its third edition.
An extremely engaging lecturer, Jonar Nader presents fascinating insights into the function of technology and its impact on business, government, and society. He works closely with clients to customize his presentations to demystify the latest concepts and technologies that are perplexing many organizations.
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