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Lessons from a Warzone

How to be a Resilient Leader in Times of Crisis

Louai Al Roumani

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"a tribute to our better natures"

The Guardian

Lessons from a Warzone: How to be a Resilient Leader in Times of Crisis A01 By (author) N Louai Al Roumani 240 162 22 386 BB Hardback 192 Portfolio Penguin Penguin Books Ltd London United Kingdom KCX Economic & financial crises & disasters KJMB Management: leadership & motivation BM Memoirs KJC Business strategy KJK International business GPQD Risk assessment KJMD Management decision making KJMV1 Budgeting & financial management KJMV2 Personnel & human resources management KFFK Banking 1FBS Syria 1.3 KCX KJC DNBB1 KJK KJMB GPQD DNC KFFK Economic & financial crises & disasters Business strategy Autobiography: business & industry International business Management: leadership & motivation Risk assessment Memoirs Banking 1FBS Syria 'A remarkable book telling business leaders what to do when disaster strikes' The Times AN INSPIRING STORY OF RESILIENT LEADERSHIP IN THE TOUGHEST OF TIMES Louai Al Roumani was head of finance and planning at one of the largest banks in Syria, when the war broke out in 2011. In Lessons from a Warzone, Al Roumani shares his very personal account of coping with the day-to-day realities of leading an organization in dangerous and hostile conditions. His story shows how inspiration can come from the unlikeliest of places - from the timeless wisdom of merchants in ancient souks to the changing patterns of military checkpoints. During that time, not only did the bank remain robust when others faltered - it thrived and became the undisputed leading bank as people's trust in its capability to safeguard their life-long savings strengthened. In this book, Al Roumani distils the knowledge and skills he and his colleagues developed while steering the bank through four impossible years into ten lessons applicable to any leader facing a crisis today. His valuable, and often counterintuitive, advice - ranging from resisting over-planning to hacking your own IT department to cutting costs (but not morale) - will help anyone understand how to be resilient even in the most challenging of times. A remarkable book telling business leaders what to do when disaster strikes * The Times * Louai Al Roumani was the head of finance and planning at Banque Bemo Saudi Fransi (BBSF), the largest privately-owned bank in Syria when the conflict broke out in 2011. He has over 14 years' experience in various finance and strategic planning roles across the Middle East and UK. Louai studied in Beirut and Boston and now lives in London with his wife and works for UNICEF UK as Finance Business Partner. 02042020 02 RRP including tax GB GBP 18.99 0.00 18.99 This price includes a tax element GB 20 Available BERT GARD Y

'A remarkable book telling business leaders what to do when disaster strikes' The Times

AN INSPIRING STORY OF RESILIENT LEADERSHIP IN THE TOUGHEST OF TIMES

Louai Al Roumani was head of finance and planning at one of the largest banks in Syria, when the war broke out in 2011.

In Lessons from a Warzone, Al Roumani shares his very personal account of coping with the day-to-day realities of leading an organization in dangerous and hostile conditions. His story shows how inspiration can come from the unlikeliest of places - from the timeless wisdom of merchants in ancient souks to the changing patterns of military checkpoints. During that time, not only did the bank remain robust when others faltered - it thrived and became the undisputed leading bank as people's trust in its capability to safeguard their life-long savings strengthened.

In this book, Al Roumani distils the knowledge and skills he and his colleagues developed while steering the bank through four impossible years into ten lessons applicable to any leader facing a crisis today. His valuable, and often counterintuitive, advice - ranging from resisting over-planning to hacking your own IT department to cutting costs (but not morale) - will help anyone understand how to be resilient even in the most challenging of times.

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Book publisherPenguin Books Ltd
Publication date2 Apr 2020
FormatHardback
Pages192
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