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 LOW FANG KAI
Digital platforms enable employers to post job descriptions online, reaching many willing employees who may be actively looking for a job. When do you engage a headhunter and how do you conduct your hiring online?
By ROSHAN THIRAN
How simple it is to offer a sincere thank you to someone; and how great an effect those two simple words have on morale. Rather than just offering rewards from outside ourselves, there is so much power in offering a gesture of appreciation that comes from within ourselves.
By R VENKATESWARAN
When organisations look at sustainability, the most frequently highlighted fact is the numbers that help to hold up the organisation. In the long-term war for continued profitable existence, the ability of the people to drive the business forward and hold it together for the future, rarely, makes headline news.
By SANDY CLARKE
In 2015, I began my amazing journey with Leaderonomics. I came over from the United Kingdom and began my journey as the editor of leaderonomics.com. Little did I know how important a role I was to play...
By SASHE KANAPATHI
When managing people, chances are you will need to deal with non-performers. Before we even talk on improving performance, let’s diagnose the challenge of underperformance first. What contributes toward underperformance?
Is it better to be loved or feared? In this Be A Leader video series, watch and learn from the life of the late Datuk Dr. Mohd Fowzi, a rare gem of an inspiring leader among Malaysian corporate leaders out there.
By JOHN C MAXWELL
I bet you’ve heard this before: In any organisation, people are the most valuable asset. When you take care of your people and treat them well, they have the potential to create incredible success for the organisation.