Wodajo’s Book Emphasizes Importance of History, Religion and Culture in Leadership
Agitu Wodajo uses global events, spiritual tenets and personal experience to demonstrate the varying leadership styles in different cultures, with particular focus on leadership in the United States versus in her native country, Ethiopia.
Brooklyn Park, Minn. (PRWEB) – “The Secret to Finishing Well: Quest for Authentic Leadership” weaves together author Agitu Wodajo’s experiences of growing up in Ethiopia, her emigration to America and her extensive work with the government of Ethiopia, the United Nations, nonprofits and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Carefully researched and intelligently executed, “The Secret to Finishing Well” combines spiritual tenets with pertinent global events and personal anecdotes to illustrate the vast differences and similarities in leadership styles across cultures and nations.
Based on evidence from the author’s travels, reading and biblical knowledge, “The Secret to Finishing Well” asserts that the purpose of leadership is to re-endow human beings with the liberty and rights originally given to them by God. To this end, Wodajo gives her readers the tools needed to be agents of positive change in leadership at all levels. Stressing the importance of the past in shaping the present, “The Secret to Finishing Well” explores the differences in leadership of Ethiopia’s three regimes–monocratic, communist and democratic–as well as the differences in leadership in Ethiopia and the United States.
Emphasizing the dual concepts of “finishing well” and authenticity, “The Secret to Finishing Well” is an exploration of the factors that compose strong, effective leadership and government. “The Secret to Finishing Well” is a motivational, informative guide to leadership style, government policy, and personal principle that seeks to be a catalyst of change through individual effort and public policy.
“The Secret to Finishing Well” is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Book.Authentic-Consulting.com.
About the Author
Agitu Wodajo was born and raised in Ethiopia, where she obtained an associate’s degree in community nursing from a public health college and attended a specialization course to become a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. After immigrating to the United States, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts for the Human Services and a Master in Public Affairs from the University of Minnesota. Wodajo has been recognized by Metropolitan State University, KARE 11, the State of Minnesota, the Department of Homeland Security and the Bush Foundation for her commitment to bringing about positive change in the immigrant community of the Twin Cities. She and her family currently reside in Brooklyn Park, Minn.