Toronto (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
In “My Life: Mysteries and Achievements” (published by AuthorHouse), Ellias Ngugama takes readers through the major beats of his life, sharing stories about mysterious happenings as well as imparting wisdom gained in his experience in business management.
Ngugama says he has experienced many mysterious events throughout his life which he cannot explain. He opens up about these occurrences in “My Life: Mysteries and Achievements,” giving readers a raw look into his recollection of the experiences.
The book also explores Ngugama’s role in political struggles. Specifically, he shares details about his fight against racial discrimination in his homeland, Rhodesia, or Zimbabwe, as it is known now. Finally, Ngugama retraces his career path, discussing his background in senior positions in government and high-profile business organizations.
An excerpt from “My Life: Mysteries and Achievements”:
“Management needs to view a worker, regardless of rank, status or race, as a complete human being with set beliefs about and attitudes towards the legitimacy of systems of authority. Workers need self-actualization, and they have some perception of how they ought to play their roles as workers, parents and members of an economic class or political organization. Management should therefore avoid the danger of overemphasizing workers’ allegiance to their employers and instead appreciate the diverse roles workers are expected to play in the broader community.”
“My Life: Mysteries and Achievements”
By Ellias Ngugama
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 122 pages | ISBN 9781481749329
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 122 pages | ISBN 9781481749343
E-Book | ISBN 9781481749336
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ellias Ngugama is a retired business executive. Over his extensive career, he served in directorships to chairmanships of some of the largest multinational corporations and was also elected president of the Chamber of Mines in Zimbabwe. In addition, Ngugama enjoyed a successful career in government as director of finance and administration in Canada, and deputy comptroller and auditor-general in Zimbabwe. Throughout his career, he presented various speeches in Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
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