Based on the experience in her consulting work with organizations and people in leadership roles, From Crisis to Character is a distillation of day to day organizational issues addressed in a form of ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how’, that can help one gain mastery over crisis and triumph with greater character at work. The articles are short, easy to read and as many say, presents a quick light read that is fascinating and informative about human behaviour. It contains forty published articles; some of Rozaine’s early publications to Sunday Times between 2010 to 2014. Endorsed by many local and international reviewers, it is a must-read for those interested in personal development and the psychology of the workplace and workspace.
To the point and expressed in an easy to read manner, Rozaine’s columns have been a breath of fresh air.
Dr Anura Ekanayake
Rozaine has correctly identified a gap in understanding a range of significant issues around professionals and their organization.
Rozaine had taken a bold effort in combining her professional reflections into one interesting and practical book for other people to see how they may be useful in their own lives and work.
Support and help from others is critical for continuity and Rozaine brings a new perspective to winning, not only alone, but also as a team.
Dr. Lionel Mandy
Delivers hope, solutions, and creates possibilities for growth and success.
Professor David Mellor
Rozaine’s view that organizations, communities and countries operate as systems similar to the human body – specialist in nature, yet dependent on other parts, is interesting.
Awards & Nominations
2010 State Literary Awards
Colours of the Sun was one of the five nominated works in at the State Literary Awards 2010.
2010 Shortlisted for Gratiaen Awards
Colours of the Sun was one of the five shortlisted works in the Gratiaen Awards 2010.
2010-2020- Features and Reviews locally and internationally
Rozaine’s work has been reviewed by experts locally and internationally and featured in international journals and magazines.