By ROSHAN THIRAN
You're in charge and you have two choices – you can either get out there and grab life by the throat or you can sit back and let life's current sweep you along wherever it pleases. Either way, you make the decision.
By TRAVIS BRADBERRY
Little things can add up over time and undermine your career just as much as (or more than) one huge lapse in judgment. The good news is that if you stay aware of them, these are all things that you can control before they creep up on you and kill your career.
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 LIM KWAN-LYN
When I landed my first job out of university, I was young, excited, hopeful and naive. I was going to be part of a graduate management trainee programme with one of the country’s largest banks. Then, the reality of work life burst my little bubble.
By LILY CHEAH
Why are companies bothering about their reputation as an employer? With ongoing fierce competition for top talent, there is heightened awareness of the need to both attract and retain the best people.
In today’s rat race, have you ever wondered if you could build a career that positively impacts and shapes the next generation? Taylor’s Education Group is an organisation committed to educate the youth of the world to take their productive place as leaders in the global community.
By AMANDA CHUA,
We swim in an ocean of feedback – not just from bosses, colleagues and customers, but also unwanted comments from family, life partner, friends and in-laws. Essentially, feedback is crucial for personal and professional development.