By LYDIA GOMEZ and ARUN KUMAR RAMASAMY
The ability to grasp different languages becomes key to promoting social cohesion, deeper and broader understanding of cultures and, eventually, better decision making.
By MINDA ZETLIN
If there was one simple thing you could do, at no cost and took no extra time, that would make you much more creative than you are now, would help you sleep better and make you happier, would you do it? Well there is...
By MARSHALL GOLDSMITH
Your answer to this question "Do you play well with others?" could lead to your success or demise as a leader. It could be the key factor in your personal and family relationships.
By DR RAVISHANKAR GUNDLAPALLI
Letting employees 'figure out' the solutions to their problems is a waste of valuable time and productivity. The impact can be much worse if the employees don't even know who in the company has the knowledge to solve their problem.
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 SARAH TAN
We have long killed creativity in schools over and over again. I personally believe that a restoration of our education system is definitely in need to bring back creativity to life, and it should start with us – in our communities and country.
By DR KAIHAN KRIPPENDORFF
Principle of diversification. This simple idea could overcome your company’s aversion to risk, help your people see failure as learning, and accelerate its growth rate. Take some calculated risks, and don't simply kill off new ideas.