This is a unique book—one to read and experience. In the fictional story by author Izzy Justice, three characters are led through the 12 months of 1999 in a unique leadership workshop that begins in Atlanta and ends in Miami. In between, the three characters, all traditional managers in the American workforce, interact with each other virtually, led by an assigned coach, Iseus Tanga.
The three managers and Iseus collaborate with each other through the trials and tribulations of their personal and professional lives. Each manager faces a different set of challenges. The story and interspersed interactive exercises in the book demonstrate the co-dependence of these two lives and their impact on each other. You will learn new tools to process age-old conflicts, see how others manage them, experience the perspectives of your peers, enhance your understanding of yourself, create a draft of your autobiography and become intimate, perhaps for the first time, with all the dimensions of your life that contribute to your well-being.
The first author to combine the art of story telling with reader-interaction, Justice provides a dynamic story and experience. Let's be honest—adults learn best by doing. Should you decide to embark on this journey within, only you will benefit. Read and 'do' the book with a confidant or loved one—compare responses and initiate the dialogue that is all too often avoided yet must be had to make sense of your place in this unique period of living. Good luck with the journey!