By BRETT FOX
We all want to know the secrets to being a great chief executive officer (CEO). So wouldn’t it be great if we actually were able to compare two CEOs in the same industry to see why one was better than the other?
By YIZHEN LU
Beyond the economic success, Jack Ma is an exemplary figure that embodies the persona of a responsive and responsible leader. Known for his great personality in both his leadership style and his beliefs, here are some leadership lessons from Ma.
By SANJEEV NANAVATI
For a company to be successful, its value proposition needs to be different. And they need to be communicated effectively to have any impact. Essentially, messages stick when they are short and simple and have an emotional appeal.
By RITA B. ALLEN
How aware are we of what we see, think and feel? Do we practise empathy to understand what others see, think and feel? Building emotional intelligence is not only a strong predictor of effective leadership, but can also contribute to organisational success.
By LOUISA DEVADASON
It is natural during a period of crisis for there to be confusion and fear. This article aims to explain why it is essential for leaders and co-leaders of businesses and organisations to have a crisis management plan.
By SANDY CLARKE
According to distinguished clinical professor of leadership development, Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries, forgiveness is one of the factors that differentiates exceptional from mediocre or ineffective leadership.
By PRETHIBA ESVARY
When digital photography entered the market, both Kodak and Fujifilm were rather slow to react to the changes in consumer behaviour and trends. However, after their profits declined, Fujifilm recognised that things had to change.
By DAVID DUBIN and DANIEL RUSSELL
KPMG did an observation of its employees and found that groups with leaders who discuss the organisational purpose are almost twice as likely to strive for continuous improvement and are three times as likely to not look for another job.