By JOANNA LOVE
Just like a politician, many people strive for success and make promises to move towards this goal, but with each twist and turn, they fail to plan for or make excuses about why they can’t attain what they so desperately want.
By IVEY LYNNE
Fervour could be interpreted as enthusiasm, zeal, conviction or belief. To me, fervour is passion that glows and burns at heart. We all have dreams, and my fervent dream is to become a singer.
By STAN AMALADAS
What can we learn from Oprah Winfrey's 75th Golden Globes awards speech in raising one’s leadership game? How did she do it especially when in the middle of abuse, open violence, and a widespread disregard of treating people as people, rather than as things or objects to be used and manipulated? Read about the 4...
By BILL GEORGE
With the events of 2016 – Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, threats from terrorists and cybercriminals, climate change – business leaders have entered a new era requiring new ways of leading.
By TAMARA JAYNE
Having fled to Malaysia to escape lives marked by destruction and fear, several refugee families have now found new hope as they support themselves through the Picha Project. The author talks to two families to find out how they making a living now.
By JACK CHUA
Having lived through many tribulations, Tunku Abdul Rahman's determination to drive the nation forward, while preserving national unity, is a gargantuan feat. Here are some leadership lessons we can learn from the man who formed a united Malaysia.
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.