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Pranks Anyone? Teams That Laugh Together, Stay Together

During the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, vuvuzelas were all the rage as fans trumpeted their way through matches with as much passion as the players on the pitch. And, one of our customers, who was at the World Cup final, bought a vuvuzela and presented it to our chief executive officer, Roshan Thiran, as a gift.Roshan presented it to his team at Leaderonomics and it wasn’t long before it was put to mischievous use. You see, pranks are part and parcel of the Leaderonomics culture. It is one of the first things employees learn when they join the company – we have an official prank set up for them as part of the orientation process.

09-08-2010

4 min Video

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Attracting And Retaining Talent: Insights from Kimberlyn Lu

In her appearance on The Leaderonomics Show with host Sarah Lim, Kimberlyn first addressed the changes she’s seen in recruitment over the years. Kimberlyn talked about the challenges faced by Asian companies in their quest to hire international talent (i.e. Malaysians who currently work abroad) and revealed that the team at Robert Walters play a considerable role to help Asian companies overcome those challenges.

10-10-2018

22 min Video

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The Leaderonomics Show - Dr. Jens Weinmann & Bianca Schmitz

Programme directors at ESMT Berlin, Dr Jens Weinmann and Bianca Schmitz share their innovation expertise and points of view on leadership with The Leaderonomics Show hosts Audrey Tong and Sarah Lim.

16-01-2018

30 min Video

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The Leaderonomics Show With Dr Pawan G. Agrawal

Dr Pawan today travels the world to spread understanding of the Dabbawalas system that he describes as “thrilling”. His nine-year long research on the organisation, which included being involved in food deliveries himself, extended in both length and personal investment beyond the requirements of his doctorate. Today he runs the Mumbai Dabbawala Education Centre, a centre that provides free education to more than 8,000 children of dabbawalas.

30-05-2013

14 min Video

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Pranks Anyone? Teams That Laugh Together, Stay Together

During the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, vuvuzelas were all the rage as fans trumpeted their way through matches with as much passion as the players on the pitch. And, one of our customers, who was at the World Cup final, bought a vuvuzela and presented it to our chief executive officer, Roshan Thiran, as a gift.Roshan presented it to his team at Leaderonomics and it wasn’t long before it was put to mischievous use. You see, pranks are part and parcel of the Leaderonomics culture. It is one of the first things employees learn when they join the company – we have an official prank set up for them as part of the orientation process.

09-08-2010

4 min Video

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Attracting And Retaining Talent: Insights from Kimberlyn Lu

In her appearance on The Leaderonomics Show with host Sarah Lim, Kimberlyn first addressed the changes she’s seen in recruitment over the years. Kimberlyn talked about the challenges faced by Asian companies in their quest to hire international talent (i.e. Malaysians who currently work abroad) and revealed that the team at Robert Walters play a considerable role to help Asian companies overcome those challenges.

10-10-2018

22 min Video

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The Leaderonomics Show - Dr. Jens Weinmann & Bianca Schmitz

Programme directors at ESMT Berlin, Dr Jens Weinmann and Bianca Schmitz share their innovation expertise and points of view on leadership with The Leaderonomics Show hosts Audrey Tong and Sarah Lim.

16-01-2018

30 min Video

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The Leaderonomics Show With Dr Pawan G. Agrawal

Dr Pawan today travels the world to spread understanding of the Dabbawalas system that he describes as “thrilling”. His nine-year long research on the organisation, which included being involved in food deliveries himself, extended in both length and personal investment beyond the requirements of his doctorate. Today he runs the Mumbai Dabbawala Education Centre, a centre that provides free education to more than 8,000 children of dabbawalas.

30-05-2013

14 min Video

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