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The Impact of Our Self-Control Roots

Rashmi Menon, Head of Client Engagement at Leaderonomics, discusses self control, its roots in childhood development, and how that affects us as adults both in and out of the workplace.

09-04-2021

23 min Podcast

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Identifying and Building Grit in Oneself

Ang Hui Ming, Co-founder of Leaderonomics talks about what grit is, how to identify it, and how to build it too.

05-01-2021

24 min Podcast

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Reverse Mentoring Can Eliminate Ageism In The Workplace

By JIM FALTEISEKLT It comes as no surprise therefore that companies are pairing their senior leaders with younger mentors under a concept called ‘reverse mentoring’.

26-05-2021

3 min read

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Why Leaderonomics.com Should Be Your Source Of Learning And Growth

By SANDY CLARKE
In 2015, I began my amazing journey with Leaderonomics. I came over from the United Kingdom and began my journey as the editor of leaderonomics.com. Little did I know how important a role I was to play and how transformative this journey would be for me personally

30-12-2016

4 min read

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Be A Leader: Just Fix Your Broken Windows

In this Be A Leader video, Roshan & the Leaderonomics team investigate how ultimately behaviour is dictated by culture. They look into the case of New York city's transformation from a city of crime, into a safe city within years.

30-04-2021

4 min Video

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Be a Leader: It Pays To Have Fun at Work

In this Be a Leader video, Roshan and the Leaderonomics team, share how levity and fun in the workplace can make a significant difference. Watch them share the story of how the founder of Southwest Airlines, Herb Kelleher, used Levity to drive productivity, engagement and growth in his organisation and how you can do it in your organisation too

29-04-2021

4 min Video

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I always told everybody the perfect joke would be where the setup and punch line were identical.

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Norm Macdonald