“I found Virtuous Leadership a fascinating book that goes straight to the heart of the matter: we need to base our decisions on reality and the essence of reality is man himself.”
Francois Michelin, CEO of Group Michelin (1955-1999)
“Alex Havard’s Virtuous Leadership, a plea to return to the classical virtues, reflects the ongoing resurgence in appreciation for the wisdom of the ancient Greeks, which served humanity well for two millennia. I highly recommend this life-changing read.”
Lee Deremer Colonel, USAF, Professor of Ethics and Strategic Leadership, U.S. Army War College (2007-2008).
“Virtuous Leadership is a timeless book. After you read it, you will find yourself citing its many brilliant phrases without even realizing it.”
Sari Essayah, World Champion in Women’s Race Walking (1993) and Member of the European Parliament (2009-2014).
“In a complicated world, simplicity is priceless. Virtuous Leadership is full of brilliant insights. It is highly topical and relevant.”
Timo Soini, Deputy Prime Minister of Finland and Minister of Foreign Affairs (since 2015).
“Somebody has finally written a book about virtue for those engaged in the business world. Too many books spill out of the presses on being effective, on getting your way, on making big bucks quick. This book should be in every airport across Europe and America! (And ditch all the other quick-read, make-million business books that litter the bookstore shelves.)
Benjamin D. Wiker, Author of A Meaningful World: How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature, 2006.
“Alexandre Havard’s Virtuous Leadership is a book long-needed on every level of public life in the developed nations. A vitally important and timely book.”
Michael D. O’Brien, Author of Father Elijah: An Apocalypse (1996).