Leadership Lessons from Albert Einstein

Jun 25, 2018 1 Min Read
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The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.

– Albert Einstein.

Albert Einstein (1879–1955) was an iconoclastic genius who transformed the world of physics through his discoveries. Notably, his theory of relativity and the famous equation: E=mc² – a formula that helped lay the groundwork for atomic power and the atomic bomb.

A world without Einstein might have left us today without the global positioning system (GPS), televisions, digital cameras, the internet, smartphones, and many other technologies. Born in Württemberg, Germany, the young Einstein developed a deep sense of curiosity about the world.

Be curious and tune in to this Raise Your Game session as Roshan Thiran shares the leadership lessons he learned from the life of Einstein.

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Image | Einstein by Mark Fredrickson

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