Raise Your Game: Leadership Lessons From Eleanor Roosevelt


Roshan Thiran


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Eleanor Roosevelt is the longest-serving First Lady of the United States (March 1933 to April 1945). She never lost faith in humanity.

In spite of having had to taste the bitterness of the death of her family early in her life, she always loved people, treasured friendships and remained faithful to her calling to make this world a better place. We too, can be like Lady Eleanor and set in motion a chain of events that will enable a brave new world to be birthed.

Leaderonomics CEO Roshan Thiran shares how we can do so by being a leader that stands up to the wrongs of this world, and to create a movement to slowly change our world for the better!

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Check out its corresponding article: Leadership Lessons From Former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt


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