"All in all, ‘LEAD’ is the perfect recipe for a veritable feast – you have all the ingredients to create one of the most magical and exponentially rewarding experiences of your life."
Dr. Thomas George (Thomman)
Dr. Thomas George K., an eminent educationist and one of the most respected and trusted names in the field of management and entrepreneurship education.
In 1994, three decades back, Dr. Thomas started his professional career as an entrepreneur of a start-up computer firm called Prompt Computers, which mainly dealt with the sales and service of computers and accessories in Palakkad. Prompt Computers has developed India's largest touch screen network for Indian Railways. Later in 2002 he chose to be a soft skill trainer focusing his attention mainly among the youth and students. Then as the time passed by, he became an "International Trainer" of JCI wherein he has visited more than 35 countries for training.
He is the Chief Mentor of Turning Point, a six-day life skill training programme which is widely recommended by many management specialists. He has already conducted more than 290 sessions of Turning Point. He also won the title of Longest Business Lesson in the Guinness Book of World Records, 2018. He has transformed the lives of thousands of students, through his inspirational mentoring.
LEAD College of Management, a stand-alone business school, was born out of the efforts of Dr. Thomas and has gained recognition and made a name for itself within a very short span of time. The National Institute of Personnel Management bestowed Dr. Thomas with the prestigious Best Institution Builder award for his devotion and expertise in developing young managers. He is currently the Director of LEAD College of Management. He is also the Chairman of the National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) Palakkad Chapter, Executive member at the Association of Self-Financing Management Institutions in Kerala (ASMIK), Secretary of the Association of Management Institutions under Calicut University (AMICU), and Treasurer at Victims, Sensitization, Welfare and Assistance (VISWAS).
Dr. THOMAS GEORGE'S LEFT BRAIN SPEAKS TO THOMMAN'S RIGHT BRAIN
ENTRE | EDU | INTRA | TECH | SOCIAL
'Preneur' by Dr. Thomas George is an insightful work that throws light on how one can consciously develop the right and left spheres of the human brain and unleash the untapped potentials hidden within to attain success, especially by those embarking on an entrepreneurial journey. What makes the book an interesting read is that the complex subject of the functioning of the hemispheric human brain, and how one can consciously focus to develop its powers, is treated in the book in a captivating and humorous way. The book also decodes the different steps anyone can follow on their ambitious entrepreneurial journey.
Founder & CEO V- Guard Industries
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? Then, read this book. It will guide you through the intricacies of the concept of left and right brain, explained meticulously by Dr. Thomas George. The author, in his second avatar as Thomman, deciphers the concept further. It's simply brilliant.This is a must-read for both academicians and budding entrepreneurs.
Jiji Thomson IAS
Former Chief Secretary of Kerala
Feathers in His Cap
- Bestowed with the prestigious Guinness World Record after delivering the Longest Business Lesson for a duration of 72 hours from November 3-5 November, 2018.
- Was awarded the Smart Person of Palakkad by the Honourable Chief Minister of Kerala in the year 2015.
- Was awarded the Distinguished Edupreneur Award 2015 by the National
Foundation of Entrepreneurship Development (FED).
- Was awarded Outstanding Edupreneur 2016 by Palghat Management
- Received the Vocational Excellence Award, 2016 instituted by Rotary Club of Palakkad Fort.
- Educationist in the Indo-American Education Summit 2016 held at Chennai by The Indus Foundation which was awarded on 21 September 2016.
- Was awarded The Master of Management by Stimulus Research Services
International and World of Business Magazine at World Business Conclave 2016,