Identifying Leadership Potential During Times of Crisis
By DARREN HILL – While plenty of challenges arise in the midst of a crisis, there are also culture-defining opportunities to be found if you look for them. One of the opportunities available to all organisations, regardless of industry, is an enhanced ability to identify leadership potential in existing team members.
Personal Branding During a Pandemic? Challenge Accepted.
How can you build and continue to develop your personal brand through global disruptions? Let Andrea Zsapka, dancer, and personal branding coach show you some tips to get you started.
Amplify Your Authority in Under 90 Minutes
You need to write to get good at writing, but you don’t need to get good at writing to write. So get writing.
Micro-Aggressions and Phubbing in the Age of FOMO
By NEAL GOODMAN Phubbing (phone snubbing) has been identified as one of the most common forms of unconscious bias in today’s workplace and society due to the fear of missing out on important information from our social networks.
When Is Learning a Marathon and When Is It a Sprint?
When training for your first marathon, you don’t just go out and run the 26.2 miles (42.2 km) the first day. It’s understood that this kind of learning takes more than simple repetition. To teach your body to run that distance requires bursts of training and rest. Practice, practice, practice is often the mantra when we are learning something new, but it turns out that how we practice matters and the process depends on what we are learning.
The Secret to Attracting Quality Clients
By LAI CHEE SENG Many people equate price to value. But in actual fact, when the conversation is focused on price, it’s all about transaction. However, when we shift the paradigm and focus on value, a whole new world of possibilities and opportunities emerge.
How to Become a Star in a Strange Land
By ANDREW SHIPILOV, STAN XIAO LI & WAN LI Our findings offer a glimmer of hope for low-status generalist migrants, whose skills are often undervalued or even discounted in their adopted land. The breadth of their foreign skills, knowledge and experiences can inject novel ideas into creative projects.