By KARIN HURT
One of the real joys of what we chose to do in life is working with leaders across a wide range of companies, big and small, established and new. So many of the challenges and opportunities are similar.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
There’s a good reason why behavioural change is referred to as part of our development ‒ it takes time, and while we might prefer quick-fix solutions nowadays, the old adage still rings true: anything worthwhile takes time.
By PREMA JAYABALAN,
For Mohd Shokri Daud, “failure” is a negative word. He prefers to address obstacles in life as “setbacks”.“I don’t like to use the word ‘failure’ because when you consider events as failures, you may view these events in a negative light,” he shares.
By HYMA PILLAY,
In line with his upcoming Masterclass session on “Helping Successful Leaders Get Even Better: Developing Ourselves, Our Team and Our People” at the Asia HRD Congress, we asked him for his take on successful leadership.
By PREMA JAYABALAN
What I know for sure is that if you want success, you can’t make success your goal. The key is not to worry about being successful, but to instead work toward being significant, and the success will naturally follow. — Oprah Winfrey