Raise Your Game: Developing Leaders

By

Roshan Thiran

06-07-2010

1 min read

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Part 1

Roshan Thiran, CEO of Leaderonomics, believes that a leader must be able to constantly learn through:

  1. failures
  2. practice
  3. role-modelling

Roshan asserts that learning is a key piece for developing leaders and highlights the ways in which a leader can learn, through his work experience in General Electric and through other successful people such as Michael Jordan, Thomas Edison and Walt Disney.

“It’s not about constant failure. It’s about learning through your failure.” – Roshan

Part 2

Roshan reveals how the 10,000-hour rule relates to being successful. Then, to successfully become a leader, one must find an excellent leader and role-model him or her.

 

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