By KAMINI SINGGAM
The idea of reflection is not intended to slow us down but to give ourselves a better perspective on what we have accomplished as an individual and as an organisation. It is an especially essential practice for a leader.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
In decades gone by, there has been the attitude – of which remnants remain – that to take time off equates to being lazy, demotivated, and indifferent to one's goals and objectives. Nothing could be further from the truth.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
Last year, I conducted several Succession Planning review sessions at various companies and a common theme was the loss of their younger talents. Backfilling these vacated roles became extremely challenging, causing operational and growth issues.
By GEORGE KOHLRIESER
It is up to leaders to inspire oft over-extended, frustrated people and help them see the opportunities that come with any crisis. How does one person inspire others in such an environment, and encourage them to play to win?
By CHRISTIAN STEWART
While the founder is alive, the family is kept together and works together in the business. But what happens when the founder is no longer around? Can the siblings work together as equal owners to continue the family firm?
By SHANE CRAGUN, KATE SWEETMAN and PAUL GUSTAVSON
Futurist James Canton recently identified 7 cutting-edge innovations that he believes will change the world. We agree these are potentially huge shockwaves heading our beachfronts.
By NICOLE NEE
Social media listening actually makes for more accurate and valuable customer and industry insights that are cheaper and easier to collect. How can you make it an integral part of your organisational's culture?
By V S RAVI
An organisation’s success can be completely unrelated to the company’s leader, or can occur in spite of a bad leader. But if the leadership is poor, then what could have made the organisation successful? Read on to find out.