By ETHAN GANES
A few years ago, I got involved with Leaderonomics’ Youth Leadership camps and programmes as a facilitator. Through the activities that are carried out, the majority of the learning is experiential, meaning we teach through hands-on exposure.
By NATASHA SIN. Chances are, you’ve never been taught how to take notes as a student — it somehow just…happens. However, learning to take good notes is a crucial skill to have as it can help you develop a better understanding of a topic. That’s not all — good notes can help you recall facts and ideas that you may have otherwise...
By ROSHAN THIRAN and EVA CHRISTODOULOU. Character is the foundational part of an individual’s leadership development from infanthood to the time they become executive leaders. The Leaderonomics research team conducted an online survey that asked parents a series of questions in a short answer format.
By YASMIN AHMAD KAMIL. It's common for students to juggle many things including co-curricular activities, assignments, tuition classes and studying. But there’s no need to chug down energy drinks or copious amounts of coffee to stay on top of your game. Here are seven ways to stay awake yet keep healthy!
By KAMINI SENTHIABALAN. From heartbreaking headlines and devastating events in the news, it’s no secret that bullying has reached alarming proportions in Malaysia. In this article, we’re giving you all the information you need to know about bullying and how to handle it.
By KAMINI SENTHILATHIBAN. If you’re business-minded student and keen on crunching numbers, an accounting career might be in the cards for you! There are a few ways to get there and we've done the education course comparison for you so you can decide which would be the best fit.