By ZAID MOHAMAD
All these negative examples can only mean one thing – no matter how hard we advise our kids to behave or to think highly of others, they are absolutely meaningless when we ourselves fail to demonstrate those behaviours.
By MAJURA PERASHOT
It has been nearly 10 years since I left school, but I remember how nervous I was and how my stomach churned at the thought of failing one of my exams. Looking back now, I've learnt that each failure leads us towards a greater moment in our lives.
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
We all suffer from our own stammers in life, i.e. our stumbling blocks that prevent us from achieving our fullest potential. To one, it may be a physical condition; to another, it may be something more psychological like your own limiting self-belief.
Ho Ming Han (also known as Ming) from The Ming Thing was in the hot seat recently as he was grilled by Leaderonomics CEO Roshan Thiran at the recent M.A.D (Making A Difference) Youth Leadership Summit 2017.
In this series of Raise Your Game and The Science of Building Leaders, Leaderonomics Youth head Audrey Tong shares about what necessary development space for youth looks like, and how that contributes to opportunities for positive learning experiences.
By JOHN PETER TAN
Taylor Swift would have lived by certain leadership values to reach where she is today. Besides writing break-up songs, what is her recipe to success? Here are 3 life lessons from her.
By EMILY LIM HOR MUN
Multipotentialites. It’s a mouthful, and they are individuals with many interests and creative pursuits. They are also the ones with no “one true calling”. Where do multipotentialites stand in this world that emphasize on specialisation?
By DEVENDRAN SINNADURAI
In a world where existing customer pools are hyper-commoditised, we would like to challenge organisations to expand their engagement networks to include this audience pool – our youth – who will eventually translate into connected networks of employees, partners, customers, and more importantly, influencers...