By KAMINI SINGGAM
The idea of reflection is not intended to slow us down but to give ourselves a better perspective on what we have accomplished as an individual and as an organisation. It is an especially essential practice for a leader.
By SANDY CLARKE
We've all been there—gathered for an important meeting, only to emerge 30 minutes over time to find that no one knows what’s going on. Maltese psychologist Edward de Bono devised a method to help with your decision-making.
By TAMARA JAYNE
As one of the greatest style icons and successful actresses of all time, she would have celebrated her 87th birthday on May 4. She has left her legacy—as one of the most inspiring people in history. Here are some of the timeless lessons we can learn from Hepburn's life.
By SANDY CLARKE
How can organisations go beyond ideas that sound good and reach a place where real progress can be made? Utilising design thinking in the approach to problem-solving helps organisations step outside the box.
By GEORGE KOHLRIESER
It is up to leaders to inspire oft over-extended, frustrated people and help them see the opportunities that come with any crisis. How does one person inspire others in such an environment, and encourage them to play to win?
By CHRISTIAN STEWART
While the founder is alive, the family is kept together and works together in the business. But what happens when the founder is no longer around? Can the siblings work together as equal owners to continue the family firm?
By ROSHAN THIRAN
Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous; love does not brag and is not arrogant, or rude. It does not demand its own way. Love never fails. In fact, love is a leadership competency needed for greatness! What's your organisation's love strategy?