Eva was formerly the Research & Development leader at Leaderonomics. Prior to that, she was an editor at Leaderonomics.com. Today, she is the Product leader of Happily, an engagement app at Leaderonomics Digital. She believes that everyone can be the leader they would like to be, if they are willing to put in the effort and are curious to learn along the way, as well as with some help from the people around them.
“Blue Oceaning” Your Career
In this short article, you can read how Jamie Oliver skyrocketed his career using blue ocean tools. Read how blue ocean strategy can propel you to greatness
Is Your Voice Heard?
In this article, Eva Christodoulou shares special tips on how to make your voice impactful and heard. This article will provide you basis to grow your voice to greatness. Make your voice heard
What Are Your Personal Myths?
By EVA CHRISTODOULOU A lot of what keeps us going as humans are personal myths – fictions, socially constructed ideas of how the world is, should work, and what our purpose in it is. Pretty impressive, that we managed to spin these stories that we collectively believed in and made into the glue that keeps us together.
Youth 52: Equipping Our Teens With Wisdom Beyond Their Years
By EVA CHRISTODOULOU I am certain of one thing: that the challenges our youth will face in their professional lives will extend far beyond college degrees. Through Youth 52, we hope to provide teens everywhere with the power of decision-making with wisdom beyond their years.
Committing To A Cause: Leadership Makes The World Go Round
By EVA CHRISTODOULOU
Through the years, with all our ups and downs, it is great to say that I still work for a cause that I truly believe in, and with people whom I feel have the same passion and interest in mind.
How To Create A Sense Of Agency In Your Young Ones
By EVA CHRISTODOULOU What we refer to as ‘agency,’ is a crucial element of a child’s development journey, and is something that starts from a very young age – from just a few months old.
Mastery & Cooperation: Helping Kids Grow Through Competition
By ROSHAN THIRAN and EVA CHRISTODOULOU A number of years ago, when imparting life advice to a group of young people ‒ then United States President, Barack Obama said, “When you all have kids, it’s important to let them win.” Then he added with a smile, “Until they’re a year old, at which point you can start winning again.”