Raise Your Game: Extreme Leadership

By Roshan Thiran|06-07-2010 | 1 Min Read

Part 1

When Roshan Thiran was working with an organisation in the USA, he figured out that he would not want to replicate his employer’s behaviours. So, he started teaching people of the organisation and that had successfully made them do the same thing. Not only that, his employer’s perception towards him had also changed since then.

Part 2

Roshan further comments that it is leadership issues that youths have, not social skill issues. This is because when they are supposed to talk, they would listen but when they are supposed to listen, they would talk. This is different than that of true leaders, where leaders would know when to talk and listen.


If you would like to speak to our fellow Corporate Services team on how we can help your organisation, email us at training@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.

Share This


Tags: Be A Leader, Hard Talk

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
Leaderonomics Logo

Wow, you scrolled all the way to the bottom! You must really like us.

Since you’re here, we’d like to ask you to consider donating to the maintenance and upkeep of our site, which as it turns out is pretty expensive.

Many do not have access to the resources needed to bring out their full leadership potential. That is why our content will always be free, and we would be forever grateful to those who help make that possible.

Earn your one-way ticket to heaven.

© 2022 Leaderonomics Sdn. Bhd. All rights reserved.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on this website are those of the writers or the people they quoted and not necessarily those of Leaderonomics.