Book review – Unorthodox leadership and animalism

I don’t generally read non fiction. But I am glad that I read this one.

Unorthodox leadership and animalism by Amit D’souza is most definitely one of the unique books that I have read. This book is collection of the author’s experiences in the corporate.

The author takes us through his journey in the corporate for a decade. He gives us examples of the problems faced and unorthodox but very effective solutions the leadership followed to overcome the issue.

The book has quotes from leaders the author has worked with at the end of each chapter.

But the most interesting aspect of the book is its reference to the animal behavior/instincts with respect to leadership.

The book is a handbook for leaders and leaders to be. It is an easy read with just about 100 pages. The language of the book is very conversational since the author intended it to be so ad mentioned in the author’s note. The author’s observation about animals is spot on.

This is the author’s first book. Wish him all the success yo his future books.

The book is available in both print and ebook format on


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