Toronto (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
How important is the behavior of a mother hen in our understanding of human leadership attitude?
Extremely important, according to author Chukwudi Eze.
In his new book, Leadership Stories of Mother Hen, Eze uses the mother hen as an allegory to discuss various traits of human behavior.
Eze’s book recognizes the many similarities between the behavior of humans and that of the mother hen. Realizing how leadership, or lack thereof, affects the well-being of the society, Eze pursues the answer to the question: How does leadership ultimately determine success or failure?
Searching for positive leadership styles amongst empowering figures, Eze references historical events such as Nelson Mandela’s opposition of Apartheid, Martin Luther King Jr’s campaign against racism and injustice and Eleanor Roosevelt’s fight for women’s rights in hopes of communicating to readers the many challenges of leadership and the benefits of leading by example.
Focusing on various leadership styles, Leadership Stories of Mother Hen examines the different leadership qualities recognized in humans, spreading the message that progress depends on responsible leadership.
With Leadership Stories of Mother Hen in hand, readers will be able to:
“A book for all races, genders, nationalities and religions,” said Eze. “Leadership Stories of Mother Hen uses various historical events and characters to educate and encourage anyone facing the challenge and responsibilities of leadership on how to succeed.”
Leadership Stories of Mother Hen
By Chukwudi Eze
Available at: amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and authorhouse.com
About the author:
Author Chukwudi Eze graduated Phi-Beta-Kappa from Vassar College, received the William Kinne Travelling Fellowship as a graduate student at Columbia University and is a board member of the National Youth Leadership Award Committee. Leadership Stories of Mother Hen is his fourth book, as he also authored The Positive Dream Actualizer, Yes Lord and Uchechi-The Triumph of Love.