By BRIAN WONG KEE MUN
How do consumers perceive the Proton brand? In any branding exercise, corporations should understand this: It is not a matter of you telling people who you are but a matter of people telling you who you are.
By JED RECORD
Traditional work teams often fail by seeking a consensus on each decision of a project, rather than finding the best solution. This is where I feel that understanding the idea of mutual leadership can really benefit your team.
By JOCHEBED ISAACS
Autism affects one out of 68 individuals, and very soon we will all know someone with autism or have a family member with autism. Many families in Malaysia are receiving diagnosis of autism for their child. What can we do?
By HELEN ROUTLEDGE
How can we address leadership development using games? Or to put it another way, how can a game produce a better leader? Using a multiplayer leadership game, I want to share some tips on how games can help build this critical skill.
By STEPHANIE LING
Nervous energy and silent gazes were shared as the youths sized up their fellow participants in the waiting area – little did they know that new friendships would be forged soon after during the recent SPARK Leadership Challenge.
By LLOYD GREEN
Kiran Bedi is a disciple of humanity. As someone once wrote, “She has the discipline, strength, determination, resolve, resilience and non-violence of Mohandas Gandhi.” Read on to be inspired on her leadership journey.
By RENE LACERTE
At the centre of every business is talent, and it's my belief that their time is the most valuable resource we have. That is why when we outgrew our space and it was time to move, I made sure to stay involved in all aspects of the project.
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
I watched Bukit Kepong, a 1981 film directed by Jins Shamsuddin, as a young child and, I remembered it as one of the most memorable local movies I’ve ever watched. This Merdeka, I watched it again to gain some insights and remember the fallen.