In episode five, Roshan Thiran examines the life of Genghis Khan. Find out why the founder and first Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, is revered in history to this day.
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Walter Elias Disney
In episode four, Roshan Thiran examines the life of Walt Disney. Yes, Walt was indeed a person who we've come to know and love as an entertainment conglomerate.
Find out the trials and tribulations he faced before implementing a rather unique innovation strategy that has gone on to change our lives forever....
Ludwig van Beethoven
In episode three, Roshan Thiran examines the life of Ludwig van Beethoven. An inspiring story of perseverance and greatness, gain leadership insights as Roshan identifies key moments from the life of a self-made man.
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By JESSICA THIEFELS An opportunity to invest in the career of a future leader is beneficial for both the mentee and the mentor. To have the greatest impact, take the following steps into account as you prepare to assume the role of a truly life-changing mentor.
By JESSICA THIEFELS
A leader is forever evolving. If you’re dedicated to being a leader, you must also be dedicated to shifting your mindset towards one that will make everyone most effective and empowered.
By ROSHAN THIRAN If there ever was a true, rags-to-riches story that stands as a testament to the fact that bold leadership can achieve great things, it would be the story of a little black girl born in the southern state of Mississippi.
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These days, empathy and compassion are qualities universally acknowledged to be essential in building a winning organisational culture. However, you will never see compassionate leadership in popular lists of the leadership styles one can aspire to. Why is that?
By Dr Matthew Chodkowski and Dr Terry Schindler
The industrial leadership concept, based on 20th century values, beliefs and assumptions, has its roots in bureaucratic management, behavioural psychology, and classical linear relationships. But is it still relevant in the 21st century?
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