Our Top 10 Most Viewed Stories For 2016

By Leaderonomics|28-12-2016 | 1 Min Read

The year 2016 is drawing to a close and it’s time for our editorial team to list out our Top 10 most viewed stories for the year on Leaderonomics.com, as shared and read by you, our esteemed readers!

We hope you will enjoy reading and sharing them again as we embark on a new journey together ahead in 2017. We hope to continue to be a part of your leadership journey and success as an individual or as an organisation.

New Year 2017

Here is our list of this year’s Top 10 stories:

10. Famous Servant Leaders And How To Lead Like Them

9. Self-Reflection: Life Lessons From Mulan

8. Job Interview: The 5 Questions You Must Ask

7. Why It’s Important To Know Your Strengths And Weaknesses

6. Of Food, Gangsterism And Psychology: My Path To Fulfilment

5. 18 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

4. How To Attract And Retain Millennials?

3. Why Training May Become Obsolete And A Waste Of Time

2. Is The Grass Always Greener On The Other Side?

1. The Leaderonomics Show: A Chat With Chatime Malaysia Founder Bryan Loo


Ps: The editorial team behind Leaderonomics would like to take this opportunity to wish all our readers a Blessed New Year 2017, and a big ‘THANK YOU’ for your continual support in following our content throughout the years. Thank you for partnering with us in bringing you inspiring leadership stories and insights.

To engage with us for your media planning and branding needs for 2017, just drop us a line or two at info@leaderonomics.com.

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