By ROHINI RAJARATNAM
Wharton University of Pennsylvania professor Adam Grant, also author of Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success, gives insight into the dichotomy of behavioural styles people adopt in pursuing success.
By KARIN HURT
Every day, I hear from high-performers frustrated that their results do not seem to be enough for their boss. The tragedy is, it’s likely small stuff that’s distracting you both from what matters most.
By DR STAN AMALADAS
If a picture is worth a thousand words, Albert Einstein appears to be simply having the most joyful time on his bike? In fact, Einstein wrote that he conceptualised the theory of relativity while riding his bicycle. So, there is more in riding a bicycle that meets the eye.
By MITCH DITKOFF
This was business. The money business. The big money business. Do you simply trust your instincts and tell them you're not their man? Or do you focus on the possibility that you might actually be able to help them get to higher ground?
By GEORGE KOHLRIESER
Put the fish on the table. It’s an expression that means raising a difﬁcult issue and openly dealing with important differences. It can sometimes be a bloody and messy process, but all towards ﬁnding a mutually beneﬁcial outcome. Have a wonderful “fish dinner”.
By JUSTIN OOI HAN-JUAN
You started off on a strong note, with the right heart, believing for the best, and willing to go the extra mile to reach your goals. Along the way, something changed. Before you know it, you reached a point of burnout.
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 YIZHEN LU
Beyond the economic success, Jack Ma is an exemplary figure that embodies the persona of a responsive and responsible leader. Known for his great personality in both his leadership style and his beliefs, here are some leadership lessons from Ma.
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
Particularly in Asia, the concept of servant leadership is alien, and maybe even a put-off, to many. We have the misconception that servant leadership is only reserved for leaders in religious establishments, social works or NGOs.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous; love does not brag and is not arrogant, or rude. It does not demand its own way. Love never fails. In fact, love is a leadership competency needed for greatness! What's your organisation's love strategy?