Every organisation wants to hire the best, the most talented and the most dynamic people. But what happens when you throw them all together and start telling them what to do?
Each employee is highly skilled and has their own vision of what they want to achieve – and each vision is valid. As a leader, how do you keep these people engaged and prevent the onset of anarchy?
Roshan Thiran from Leaderonomics, in this series of The Science of Building Leaders, speaks to us about how business leaders, the conductors of orchestras have to make sure they don’t cross the line from leadership to dictatorship.
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Roshan Thiran is CEO of Leaderonomics and is very passionate in transforming the nation one leader at a time. Follow Roshan on Twitter @lepaker or via Facebook at www.facebook.com/roshanthiran.leaderonomics.
Roshan is the CEO of the Leaderonomics Group. He believes that everyone can be a leader and make a dent in the universe, in their own special ways. Connect with Roshan on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter @lepaker for more insights into business, personal development and leadership. You can also email him at : email@example.com