By ROSHAN THIRAN
There are few greater privileges in life than being a leader. With great power comes great responsibility, and great responsibility calls for regular reflection upon who we are as leaders and how we are growing.
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 DR IMMANUAL JOSEPH
Big picture thinking is one of the nine pillars of workplace compassion. It's the ability to keep the bigger vision of successful leadership without getting caught up in negative dialogues and excuses that rise with challenges at work.
By CATHERINE ROBERTSON
Over the course of three months I was humbled and amazed by the impact that focusing on gratitude had begun to have on my life. Day by day, I felt calmer and more at peace and my overall energy levels and enthusiasm for life started to rise.
By TRAVIS BRADBERRY
When things aren’t going quite the way you’d like them to, it’s often the result of not asking yourself the right questions. Some questions are hard to confront because you’re afraid you won’t get the answer you want, others because you really don’t want to know the answer.
By NG YOU JING
What’s the first thing you do when you arrive at the office? Experts believe how you handle the first 10 minutes at work pretty much sets up the rest of your day, so it’s best to start it on the right foot.
By JESSE LYN STONER
Are you on track with where you want to go? Is it possible to experience leadership drift without realising it? Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you refocus and stop leadership drift, and to get back on track.