By ROSHAN THIRAN The best example we can begin to set for our children is one of self-compassion, acceptance of our imperfections, and showing that it’s okay to make mistakes – in the end what truly counts is that we try our best with our hearts in the right place.
Leaderonomics is organising the Malaysia Leadership Summit 2019: Connect, Collaborate, Contribute in partnership with Together We Can Change the World to build better leaders and help raise funds for non-government organisations and community initiatives.
By ROSHAN THIRAN Every year teaches me many new lessons, and as I reflected on my 11 years of leading Leaderonomics I decided there are many more leadership lessons I’ve learnt that have been born from experience, which I have yet to share. Hence, here is Part 2 of my series.
By ROSHAN THIRAN Salvador Dali was arguably one of the most enigmatic artists in recent history, and although it’s impossible to place the man’s character in a box, his approach to life offers up some ‘crazy’ lessons.
By ROSHAN THIRAN The politics of the Roman Empire was such that leaders would rise and fall on the strength of their decisions, connections and character. Here are several lessons we can take from the ancient world of this empire.
By ROSHAN THIRAN Far from being the aloof genius that his image portrayed, Andy Warhol carefully crafted his persona that helped give birth to a new movement within the art world and cement his legacy which is still analysed and celebrated today.
By ROSHAN THIRAN In a remarkable demonstration of altruistic leadership, Tim Berners-Lee started the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The inventor of the World Wide Web allowed his idea to be utilised for free, with the W3C basing its standards on royalty-free technology so that it could be used by anyone.
By SANDY CLARKE Mahindra Electric CEO Mahesh Babu discusses his passion for engineering on The Leaderonomics Show with host Roshan Thiran, and talks about his dreams to scale electric mobility in his native India.