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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
Leaderology by Oleg Konovalov is an innovative way of looking at how to lead a company. Oleg Konovalov discusses how culture works and how a leader should use it to the company's advantage. They discuss how the leader should not only worry about how to interact with customers but also with their employees. The author uses some companies as an example to show what worked for them and what did not. Oleg Konovalov also discusses how other countries deal with leadership. Oleg Konovalov gives a conclusion at the end of each chapter as well as useful tips and cute graphics. At the end, there is a special sneak preview of an upcoming book that you can sample.
Leaderology by Oleg Konovalov is a very informative book. I loved how he gave tips at the end of each chapter and the conclusion; sometimes it is easier to remember when seeing something twice. I thought the idea of a company being like a human was an intriguing way of looking at it, even showing how it can have diseases but showing how to cure that disease. I liked how Oleg Konovalov used companies to explain how things worked and did not work. I had wondered about some of those companies, so I thought that was pretty cool. The author gives definitions of the terminology, and this book was easy to understand, unlike some business books. I found the discussion of how other countries do business was fascinating and some of it was shocking. This is a definite must-read if you are a leader of a company, or aspire to become one.