What we allow to enter into our bodies and our minds, shapes who we are. There are now more websites than we can count and more information out there than we’re able to read, and it’s all available to us at the push of a button. With so much accessible to us in cyberspace, it’s more important than ever to make sure the information we engage with is of high quality and serves us in a purposeful and meaningful manner.
In 2015, I began my journey with Leaderonomics.com (Ldotcom) when I came over from the UK and began working with the editorial team. Little did I know how important our work would be not only in the transformation of numerous lives but also in the nation-building process for Malaysia and many countries across the world. Leaderonomics changed my life.
Leaderonomics.com is not just a website, it is a place where the “science of building leaders” is shared freely and openly for all to access. It is the place where everyone can learn to be a leader without having to pay a single ringgit. Leaderonomics.com continues to evolve and improve to ensure we deliver an array of information that best serves the needs of those who engage with our content. At this point, we hear you ask: There are so many websites geared towards personal and professional development – what’s so great about Leaderonomics.com? We’re glad you asked.
Multimedia content for different learning styles
While other popular development websites focus on one or two primary mediums, at Leaderonomics, we know that people like to learn in different ways. Building on this realisation, we present our development material across a number of platforms including articles, podcasts, and our Leaderonomics Show, which invites you to watch insightful interviews with some of the world’s most innovative and inspiring leaders.
International content and world-renowned contributors
Among our faculty of writers, we are proud to count eminent thought leaders such as Daniel Goleman, Travis Bradberry, John Maxwell, Jack and Suzie Welch, Roshan Thiran and Sherrie Campbell among our contributors. These experts are just some of the writers who make up our large pool of contributors offering the most up-to-date practices in leadership, professional and personal development. In addition to having renowned figures within our faculty, we also have a diverse range of contributors who are currently navigating the path towards success.
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Structured to support your personal growth
In short, Leaderonomics.com not only allows our audience to see what success looks like by learning from those already there; it also offers a gradual plan of development from those who are in the process of working towards achieving their dreams and ambitions. Our content is divided into four main sections: Business Acumen; Functional Development; Leadership Insights; and Personal Growth. From our home page, visitors can navigate directly to the section most relevant to their needs.There is also a section for browsing our Leaderonomics videos, as well as free downloads of our weekly pullout which appears every Saturday in The Star.
Constant improvement AND innovation
The interests of our audience lie at the heart of how we develop and maintain Leaderonomics.com. We constantly ask ourselves: What are our visitors looking for? How can we improve their user experience? What more can we offer to enhance their development and learning? How easy is our website to navigate? Are we best serving the needs of our audience? Our constant reflections drive us to make Leaderonomics.com the best website to support you on your leadership development journey.
I have been personally touched by leaderonomics.com and I have grown tremendously by reading and watching the content on this site. I urge you to make it practice to grow daily by consuming content from Ldotcom and becoming the leader you were meant to be. To amazing Growth in your life!
Leaderonomics.com or also known as Ldotcom, also has significant content on its YouTube channel and Instagram channel. Watch this amazing video below: