At Leaderonomics, we believe that growing a person into a leader is a process that spans one’s entire life. Different elements need to come together at different stages of one’s life, in order to facilitate a person’s leadership capabilities.
A key element that needs to be introduced early in one’s life, is character. In this session, Eva Christodoulou shares with us about how this is important in one’s leadership development, and how education in all forms should strive to instill this important element alongside all the academic knowledge and other skills that it does.
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Check out its corresponding story: Shaping Young Leaders Through Role Models And Character-Building
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Eva is the Research & Development leader at Leaderonomics. 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.