The Prototype for a New Generation of World Leaders
About Macron Unveiled:
The world is changing fast and politics are changing with them. Throughout history, times of change are marked by great leaders changing the world for the better. Our world today is in crisis. There is a need for a new generation of politicians to change the world, and they seem to appear, with a new style to how they think and how they behave, and Emmanuel Macron could very well be a prototype.
Macron Unveiled examines Macron’s first four years as France’s president, scrutinizing Macron’s personality, his way of solving problems, his sources of inspiration, his mistakes, his difficulties, as well as the impact he may already have had in his country, in Europe, and the world. New leaders with a modern approach to politics are quickly emerging, and despite having limited political experience, they are facing the challenges of today head on.
As the world moves on from the impact of President Trump, there is a growing interest in world affairs what leadership will look like tomorrow. New ideas and new ways of doing things are changing the political landscape. As a former French Diplomat, psychologist, and political coach, Alain Lefebvre is uniquely positioned to explain the French perspective to international audiences. He brings careful analysis and historical context to Macron’s time in office and presents the information in a way that will helps readers gain a better understanding of who Macron is as a man, a leader, and a prototype for the next generation of political leaders.
Alain Lefebvre has served in senior positions as a diplomat and a senior civil servant and works in Europe as a strategy consultant for governments and companies, and a political coach. He has participated in several political campaigns and has been directly involved in the European Union’s negotiations with French ministers. The author of three books about French and European politics, he splits his time between Finland and France.
Imprint: Gaudium Publishing
252 pp., 6 x 9 in. (229 x 152 mm)
Date of Publication: February 28, 2022