March 2019: ILIP is publishing our newest book on the job search: Your Next Job Handbook
How can you find a job you can like and do best?
Here's a preview fromYour Next Job Handbook
"But all that [the job market as a logical, stable place in which to look for a job] has changed and keeps changing. This book covers the realities of the new “job market,” one in which preparation for what already exists is not enough. We believe that if you, the reader, study this handbook, do the exercises, and develop faith in your own abilities, you will be able to navigate the emerging opportunities to find and keep the job you can like and do best even in the midst of continuing change and uncertainty in political, economic, environmental, and social realities all over the world.
Although the wide-open, chaotic, multi-cultural and multi-lingual job market has become the new normal in every part of the world (replacing the old ways of getting a job based on education, social class, and having the right contacts), a few things have not changed. You are still in charge of how you think about yourself, where you find your energy, and which jobs you choose to pursue."
Leaders to Follow: seven enduring principles of leadership
In Leaders to Follow, ILI President & CEO Jaroslav Tusek reflects on the lessons learned by both participants and ILI officers as they took part in the historic emergence of these Central and Eastern European countries into competitive free-market economies operating in liberal democratic systems.
Here is Jarda's description of Leaders to Follow:
"At a time when liberal democracies are under attack, it’s good to remind ourselves of the enduring principles of leadership that made it possible for leaders to transition from isolated totalitarianism to the interconnected economic and political world of the 21st century.
Leaders to Follow outlines the seven key principles of leadership that guided the International Leadership Institute’s Business Leadership Forum: USA programs (delivered after the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall) for executives from former Soviet-bloc countries transitioning from state-planned, communist economies.
These principles are still relevant for leaders in today’s free-market liberal democracies. Illustrated with stories from our BLF: USA participants, the seven principles can help anyone in a leadership role to perform effectively in an increasingly interconnected world."
Published by ILIP as a print book and an eBook, Leaders to Follow is available on amazon.com. Click on the photo of the red Norwegian cottage (to the right) for more information.
Jaroslav Tusek's newest book on leadership
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