Our Top 10 Most Viewed Stories For 2017

By Leaderonomics|28-12-2017 | 1 Min Read

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So, the year 2017 is drawing to a close and it’s time for us to list our Top 10 most viewed stories for the year on Leaderonomics.com, as shared, liked, followed and read by YOU, our esteemed readers!

We hope you are inspired by the content we have curated (painstakingly) to cover a variety of insightful posts including articles, videos, podcasts and infographics for your personal and professional growth as a leader in your respective spheres.

 
Happy New Year 2018
 

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Now, here is our list for this year’s Top 10 stories:

 
Mulan

10. Self-Reflection: 4 Life Lessons From Mulan

Mulan is someone with a great love for her country; she is filial and has a determined spirit. Despite her headstrong and stubborn characteristics, there are many things that we can learn from her.

 

9. Kodak Vs Fujifilm: The Truth Behind Their Success And Failure

When digital photography and imaging entered the market, Kodak saw a massive decline, and ended up filing for bankruptcy at the beginning of 2012. How was it for Fujifilm?

 

8. Top 10 HR Predictions For 2017

The final frontier is to see human resources (HR) as business leaders. Although this is a huge leap forward, we will see a few HR leaders in Malaysia and across Asia begin this transition.

 

Jack Ma

7. 5 Leadership Lessons From Jack Ma

Jack Ma is an exemplary figure that embodies the persona of a responsive and responsible leader. On top of creating a differentiating business model, and entrepreneurial experiences, Ma is known for an extraordinary personality in both his leadership style and his beliefs.

 

6. Famous Servant Leaders And How To Lead Like Them

Servant leaders are individuals who have a strong desire to serve first, before being chosen to lead others. They serve to grow their followers to becoming wiser, stronger and more independent.

 

5. Job Interview: The 5 Questions You Must Ask

It’s the inevitable question that comes at the end of nearly every job interview — and yet it’s the one question jobseekers rarely have an answer prepared for.

 

4. 5 Signs You Lack Self-Awareness

Self-awareness allows you to make better judgments and to have more control and flexibility over your reactions to events. How can you improve your self-awareness?

 

3. The Leadership Qualities of Elon Musk

A great leader must have a vision and it is not about just knowing where you are but also where you want to be. Serial entrepreneur Elon Musk, in which the media often dubs him as the real-life Tony Stark, fits that bill perfectly.

 

2. The Best And Worst Industries To Work For In Malaysia 2017

Industry 4.0 has in one way or another impacted Malaysia’s economic cycle, resulting in a robust transformation of the corporate landscape. What’s hot, what’s not? Check this out!

 

1. Why It’s Important To Know Your Strengths And Weaknesses

Every individual is different and all of us function differently based on our personalities. In order to leverage our strengths and improve on our weaknesses, we first need to know them.

 

Ending note

As we embark the year ahead in 2018, we continue our commitment to bring you nothing but the best leadership insights from this part of the world to our global audience.

The editorial team behind Leaderonomics would like to take this opportunity to wish all our readers a Blessed New Year 2017, and a big ‘THANK YOU‘ for your continual support in following our content throughout the years. Thank you for partnering with us in bringing you inspiring leadership stories and insights.

 
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