Raise Your Game: A Gen-Y’s Take On Leadership

Jul 02, 2017 1 Min Read
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Notice how the leaders in the Western world are getting younger?

As a fellow Gen-Y himself, Dinesh Dorai Raj of Leaderonomics shares his point of view of how this particular generation views and approaches leadership.

He also shares with radio host Freda Liu on lessons we can learn from Gen-X and Baby Boomers, and the practices they have that younger generation can look to adopt.

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Dinesh is on a long-term journey to prove that anything in life is possible with persistence and hard work. An eternal optimist, he loves thinking, connecting the dots and having intellectual conversations.

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