By NG YOU JING
Critical thinking is one of the essential skills that contribute to an individual’s career success, regardless of one’s profession, especially in the future of work. The good news is anyone can train their minds to think critically.
By NANCY SY SIM-LIM
Women in general have advanced beyond our wildest measures. But do we feel capable of negotiating a better and more secure future for ourselves? Do we believe we can control our destiny?
In this series of Raise Your Game and The Science of Building Leaders, Leaderonomics co-founder Ang Hui Ming explores the topic of compassionate leadership at the workplace and how it can be coached and learnt.
By PETER LAM
With the advent of the digital era, the digital CEO’s job involves engaging with more stakeholders and to do so at a rapid pace. Leaders who are able to skillfully transform old processes with automation of digital models to create a vision for the future, will be in high demand.
By SASHE KANAPATHI
We don’t commonly talk about endurance as a trait to describe leaders. We do talk about how failures build character and how going through tough times is necessary. All these allude to the need for endurance in leadership.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
Due to the speed of changes in the VUCA world, lifelong learning is now a necessity rather than a luxury if we want to maintain our edge. This applies to both ourselves and organisations as a whole.
By TOMMY WEIR
During this volatile period today, most businesses have chosen to take the easier path: become efficiency focused and trim every bit of excessive cost. While it is important to be lean, don’t become anorexic.