Trenton, N.J. (PRWEB) April 22, 2014
Author Omar Halouane explores, analyzes and discusses people’s cultural differences and variations that significantly impact leadership philosophy and vision all around the globe. His publication, “Leadership Vision of People’s Culture and Cross-Culture Worldwide,” aims to inform and guide a very wide variety of audiences in many fields of business and life activity nationwide and worldwide.
This book is an intellectual product which is presented in the context of critical thinking and structural theories of human belief, value-system and cultural dimensions related, undertaking motives and behavior basically driven by cultural forces, invisible roots of totemic myth inherited by most of people’s culture or cross-culture, and time-orientation of culture and cross-culture affecting directly or indirectly the change process in the evolution of human history nationwide and worldwide.
For Halouane, cultural conflicts destroy some value-dimensions and weaken others including synergy. Through his work, readers will learn all about cultures and cross-cultures of the world to have just an honest vision of leadership worldwide. This learning will help them understand one’s behavior and the realm of other people’s vision and attitude. They will also discover that the right leadership vision of people is neither an ascribed or achieved one but in between or outside these two extremes.
A truly insightful and enlightening read, “Leadership Vision of People’s Culture and Cross-Culture Worldwide” teaches readers how to see the whole world culture and its historical roots from the totemic culture to nowadays’ cross-culture.
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About the Author
Omar Halouane is a native of Northern Africa in Morocco. He was born in 1955 to Berber-Amazigh parents,. He speaks Tamazight, French, English, Arabic and a bit Spanish.He was a student in the Faculty of Sciences –Morocco, in the Superior School of Engineers, France and in the College of Thomas Edison for more than 4 years with two Bachelors earned in 2011: BA , and BSBA in 2014.
Leadership Vision of People’s Culture and Cross-Culture Worldwide * by Omar Halouane
Within Critical Theory of Culture and Cultural Context
Publication Date: March 20, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 208 pages; 9781493176847
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