Author’s Book Description: The story is showing from a first-person perspective the internal growing up of a leadership process based on non-Western approach. The main character, brought up in Europe and therefore used to Western “cultural background noise’ although practicing Chinese martial arts, has to learn and understand the differences brought by Far East principles if he wants to grasp leadership from a different angle. For the entire author’s book description please go to http://www.amazon.com/LEADERSHIP-VIRTUE-philosophy-leadership-background-ebook/dp/B00BE0TKMY/
Coleman’s Review: The book “Leadership By Virtue” is a professionally executed fiction composed mainly in first with a minor amount of third-person omniscient point of view scrutinizing some complex human issues. It is an enlightening discussion of an wide-range of subjects that determine our success in our personal and professional goals. In dealing with an array of business issues the protagonist begins merging his personal life-lessons with his professional practices and procedures to create a cultural edict to change the way his employees conduct business.
In explaining such complex topics as martial arts, electronic engineering, marketing, advertising, business operations and structure the author performs a literary miracle, he entertains the reader. Not only entertaining, but in essence proposing life changing measures and corrections that reach to the core of social interaction and society. To enjoy instruction on such complex topics as one would enjoy any good read is a unique success, a kudos-laden five-star success.Excerpt from Jaro‘s biography on his Amazon author’s page* “The journey is the reward” – as my life has been (still is) very dynamic and heterogeneous, the proverb accompanies me throughout it. I achieved a degree in electrical engineering (BA) at the Ljubljana University, gained master’s degree in computer science in the U.S.A. and received PhD from the Faculty of Social Science at the Ljubljana University. With latter I hold an Associate Professor position within the Social Informatics Center. A more detailed biography is available at Jaro’s LinkedIn profile http://www.linkedin.com/in/jberce