By CAROLYNE NJOGU Crucible moments are inevitable for us all. It is part of life, and all are subject to experience them at some point in the course of living. It is how we choose to cope with them that makes or breaks us.
By JOSEPH TAN
What is the difference between a leader and a politician? It is the attitude towards personal popularity. Instead of focusing on potential votes, the leader focuses on the rightness of his cause and his mission.
By EVA CHRISTODOULOU
An overly apologetic CEO, a CEO who shifts the blame to his employees, and a CEO claims he didn’t know of the unethical approaches taken by his employees. What do they all have in common?
By TRAVIS BRADBERRY
People with a growth mindset believe that they can improve with effort. They outperform those with a fixed mindset, even when they have a lower IQ, because they embrace challenges, treating them as opportunities to learn something new.
By SASHI LIM
Have you had the strong urge to turn towards the door when everyone else does in a meeting room? The nature of conformity is when we change our behaviour or actions to closely match those of others.
By PREMA JAYABALAN
How do you stick to your principles when everything else around you seems to be falling apart? What are the key traits needed to ensure that you never let go of your beliefs even when in despair?
By TIMOTHY KOK
What makes a good leader? Should a good leader be strict or lenient? Ambitious or moderate? Servant or master? If your answer is all of the above, you are probably right. But what makes a good leader great?
By DR GLENN WILLIAMS
We can all recall moments of regret, since they relate to decisions we made that didn’t quite get the results we were looking for. Perhaps it was a word that should not have been spoken, or an act that cannot be undone.
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