Is it true that only leaders get things done? We will speak to Eric Lau as part of the Science of Building Leaders series identifying leaders that get things done.
Rupa Sivanoli from Leaderonomics continues the year-long series with 8 ways to be an effective agent of change.
We all know leaders have their specific talent. But emotional disasters in social circumstances ultimately destroys their leadership skill. Would Emotional Intelligence bridge these problems? Eric Lau from Leaderonomics spoke about working with emotional intelligence
Elisa Dass from Leaderonomics is here to continue the series on The Science of Building Leaders. Elisa discusses about the role of assessments in organizational development.
How did most of a sixth grade class in a neighborhood where few students even finish high school beat the odds and go to college? How do organisations inspire their employees to be more than observers, to actively create their futures? Eric Lau from Leaderonomics was here to discuss “The Power of Vision”.
Debbie Pozzobon from Leaderonomics will be here to continue the Science of Building Leader Series. She will be discussing about EQ and what makes leaders fail most.
Sheela Chandran is here to continue the series on The Science of Building Leaders. In a way, self-leadership is the foundation for all leadership and management; for if you are not able to lead yourself, how can you lead others? Sheela talks about The Art of Self-Leadership.
Eric Lau is back to continue the series on The Science of Building Leaders. This time round, Eric speaks about “Overcoming Leadership Discouragement”.
Roshan Thiran from Leaderonomics is back again with another exciting episode on The Science of Building Leaders . This time round, he talks BS! – Belief System.
Andrew Lau from Leaderonomics was here to continue the series on ‘The Science of Building Leaders’. In today’s episode, Andrew discusses about the power of strategic thinking and how it gave Apple a big name in the market.