Raise Your Game: 10 Leadership Lessons From The Dojo Delegates

By Roshan Thiran|27-11-2016 | 1 Min Read

In this Leadership Dojo programme launched by Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), 18 CEOs were selected to be a part of the pioneering batch, where they were given an opportunity to develop their leadership capabilities, business acumen, and learn new exciting skills to enable them to scale and grow their businesses into world-class organisations.

CEO of Leaderonomics, Roshan Thiran shares the insights he gained from managing an amazing leadership programme for CEOs.

Your recommended reading: What I Learnt From The Dojo Participants

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If you would like to find out more about Leaderonomics Dojo programme to help your organisation accelerate further, email us at info@leaderonomics.com. To know more about what Leaderonomics do as a social enterprise, check out www.leaderonomics.org. For our other Raise Your Game podcasts, click here.

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Roshan is the Founder and CEO of the Leaderonomics Group. He believes that everyone can be a leader and "make a dent in the universe", in their own special ways. He is constantly featured on TV, radio and numerous publications sharing the Science of Building Leaders and on leadership development. Follow him at www.roshanthiran.com
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