By RUPA SIVANOLI
The Rukun Negara was crafted in 1970, as a set of national principles to give Malaysians a common code of conduct. This was triggered by the racial clashes that took place on May 13, 1969.
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 ZAID MOHAMAD
The true test of integrity is what we do when no one is looking. Teach that to your child, and he or she will have the chance of living a happy life, guided by a clear conscience. This can only happen if and when enforcement comes from within.
By MICHELLE BOON and DARSHANA SIVANANTHAM
Many organisations are built on the leaders’ philosophies or principles. But not many can proudly say they practise what they preach. IJM Corporation Berhad, one of Malaysia’s leading conglomerate, is one of those rare gems.
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
Leaderonomics caught up with Citi Malaysia chief executive officer Lee Lung Nien after his leadership knowledge sharing session with S P Setia leadership and their high potential talents at the S P Setia corporate office in Setia Alam.
By MARK LOVATT
Power has its own characteristics, and it’s not always positive: we turn nasty when someone threatens the source of our well-being, and that grasping and holding on to what we want is a defining element of human behaviour. Leaders, especially are in terrible danger of depleting their moral reserves...