By TAMARA JAYNE
As one of the greatest style icons and successful actresses of all time, she would have celebrated her 87th birthday on May 4. She has left her legacy—as one of the most inspiring people in history. Here are some of the timeless lessons we can learn from Hepburn's life.
By JOHAN MERICAN and SHAREEN GHANI
In 2011, the Malaysian government announced a target for the corporate sector to push for women to represent 30% of decision-making positions by the end of 2016. Yet, as of June 2016, women accounted for only 15.2% of director positions.
By LOUISA DEVADASON
“What I learn from talking to so many women around the world: If you can empower them with the right things, the right tools, they can lift up their family. And that ultimately lifts up their community and their society” —Melinda Gates
By SANDY CLARKE
The progressive causes of promoting the qualities of women and ethnic groups are important causes, but what about those with physical disabilities, mental illnesses, and those with sexual orientations outside of “the norm”?
By JOSHUA DESMOND
Usually the only things we associate with time at work are deadlines, punctuality, meetings—all the boring stuff. Nothing wrong with that except, looking good and creating an impression takes a backseat. Here are some tips for you!
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
Elaine Fan, a Citibanker for 32 years, who now heads consumer banking at Citi Malaysia, shares her personal experience in being a part of the ecosystem of charting one’s own career path and achieving goals.
BY LOUISA DEVADASON
Overall, more women won individually or as a team this year in various categories that have long been dominated by men. Seeing women represented in most categories is encouraging to all young girls who want to venture outside the glitz and glamour of being a Hollywood starlet.