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.
In this Raise Your Game session, senior consulting manager of Leaderonomics Good Monday, Ashvaani Ramanathan addresses the increasing need to get corporate culture right and how sometimes, the steps are simpler than we think.
By RAJ KUMAR PARAMANATHAN
Many organisations aspire to be inclusive employers that embrace diversity, value differences and support its employees. Here are some guidelines to cultivate gender diversity in your organisation, so that everyone benefits from it.
By MINDA ZETLIN
Google has the culture of leaving the big decisions like hiring, firing and promoting to their people instead of designated managers or heads of department. Wonder how that works? Read on. . .
By ADELE M LIM
When we focus on thriving in change, we not only have a higher chance of getting what we want at lower costs, we also become open to new possibilities. Let's deep dive the art of thriving.
By ALAN KC TEO, NANCY SY SIM-LIM and XAVIER JOHNSON
In the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, businesses were sharing the onset of the 4th Industrial Revolution and how this will utilise and harness connectivity between humans and artificial intelligence.
By ADRIAN YAP CHENG KHIN
Let’s assume you’re in a situation where your corporate culture is in tatters. It has run way ahead of you and is basically destroying everything in its path. How do you arrest the situation and turn the situation around?
In this series of Raise Your Game and The Science of Building Leaders, Joseph Tan from Leaderonomics Good Monday talks about the challenge in setting corporate culture and to get everyone on the same page.