Christie was previously the deputy editor at Leaderonomics. She prefers to convey her thoughts through the written word and is a stickler for consistency. One of her favourite phrases is “It’s not that far; we can walk there!”
Paving the Way for a Sustainable Business
By CHRISTIE CHUA Having a sustainable business is about creating the right conditions to ensure the success of the business in the long term. It is about the core operations of the business, which means looking ahead and planning strategically for the future.
Going Back to Basics and Getting Your Hands Dirty
By CHRISTIE CHUA You can go for all the training in the world, but you need to be producing – because no one can take the knowledge and experience from you. Get your hands dirty and go back to producing – but it must be what the market needs.
Relationships: A Core Component of Business
By CHRISTIE CHUA Research has shown time and time again that money isn’t everything. While it’s very important, of course, it’s not the be all and end all of somebody wanting to stay with the company.
The Key to Collaboration: Insights from the Malaysia Leadership Summit 2019
By CHRISTIE CHUA The Malaysia Leadership Summit 2019: Connect, Collaborate, Contribute saw 500 delegates, 10 international speakers and several local leaders come together for a day-long event with the objective of giving back to the community in Malaysia. Check out the key highlights from the summit.
Solving Problems Effectively Through Collaborative Leadership
By CHRISTIE CHUA Today, tackling issues that organisations face requires both cross-disciplinary collaboration and deep functional expertise, which no single function can satisfactorily address.
The Changing Interaction Between Businesses and Society
By CHRISTIE CHUA Corporate citizenship is no longer about one-off CSR programmes, marketing tactics, or annual programmes led by the HR department. It has now become a business strategy that involves the CEO of organisations as it defines the organisation’s very identity.
The ROI of Going Green: 3 Companies Share Their Reasons for Choosing Solar Energy
By CHRISTIE CHUA While the inconvenience and high costs are often-cited reasons for not embracing ‘green’ options, choosing to do so may prove to be more cost-effective in the long run – regardless of whether you are an individual or a business. Three companies share their experiences with solar energy.