ILIP: International Leadership Institute Publications
Prague for Beginners, published by International Leadership Institute Publications,is now available in a print version and as the second edition of the ebook version. The novel highlights some of the wonderful events in 1994 Prague as it wakes up to the 20th (and soon-to-be 21st) century after 50 years of totalitarian rule:
"Elizabeth Logan goes to Prague in 1994 to teach English to beginners. She has missed the crest of the wave, both by missing the first exuberant rush of freedom in the Czech Republic in 1989 and by being 34 years old, yet not knowing exactly what she wants to do with her life. She finds unexpected challenges in Prague: losing her flat, her job, and her mysterious Czech would-be boyfriend. But she eventually finds her purpose for being in Prague: discovering what love is, and how to find it."
We invite you to visit the amazon.com website and read a free excerpt!
Since 1990, ILI has operated its publishing house, ILI Publications. Click on the photo on the left to see ILIP activities.
Executive Editor Sara Tusek publishes books, articles, and business promotional materials. Sara also writes, teaches, and runs writing workshops.
Click on her photo below at Amager Strand, Denmark, for her latest work.
ILI President & CEO Jarda Tusek is writing the Leadership Handbook for the 21st Century, which conveys the basic principles and practices of leadership. This book reflects on 27 years of ILI activities in Central and Eastern Europe, beginning with the Executive Education programs we ran in the 1990s with the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade, along with dozens of Czech and American businesses, Chamber of Commerce, and host volunteers.
For a brief look at Jarda's background, click on the photo of the Vltava River.
Jarda and Sara Tusek at Amager Strand
In Prague: the Vltava River
A Handbook for Leaders
ILI President and CEO Jarda Tusek is writing about his favorite topic, leadership. What are the key principles of effective leadership? How can people develop and use their leadership skills? What can leaders anticipate as their most compelling future challenges, and how can they be ready for them?
The working title is Leadership Handbook for the 21st Century. The world is changing so thoroughly and so quickly that successful leaders need to be able to focus on their priorities, respond to new circumstances, and draw people into their vision---all classic leadership principles, but now only the starting point for new strategies and methods of leading in business and government.
Jarda hopes to have the book completed by the end of the year; ILIP will publish it in 2018.
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