Dr Stan Amaladas
Malaysian-born Dr Stan is currently an Associate Professor, at Baker College, Centre for Graduate Studies, in Flint, Michigan. As a scholar-practitioner in the discipline of leadership studies, he brings over 25 years of experience both in the public sector and in higher education.
Further Along My Bike Rides: 8 Additional Leadership Lessons
By DR STAN AMALADAS - In this reflection piece, I ask the same question from two years ago, and I add eight additional leadership lessons to the previous five.
Intentional Leadership: Connecting the Head, Heart, Hands, and Holy
By STAN AMALADAS PhD – Soon, Christians around the world will once again be celebrating Easter. In the Christian faith, Easter is the climax of the trial, crucifixion, death, and resurrection of one man. In this article, I want to focus on the person who lies at the heart of the Christian faith: Jesus of Nazareth.
Responsible Leadership in Times of Crisis
By DR STAN AMALADAS So, our world is in the middle of a COVID-19 pandemic. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, PhD, of the World Health Organization (WHO) noted that the label ‘pandemic’ should galvanise the world to fight. And while there are calls for what countries should do, what can, or must, individuals and collectives do to practice responsible leadership in times of crisis?
5 Timeless Leadership Lessons From My Bike-Rides
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.
Post-GE14 Reflections: On The Politics, Imagination, And Ripples Of Hope In Malaysia
By DR STAN AMALADAS: With the recent 14th General Elections (GE14) in Malaysia, the courage and determination of Malaysians to choose change was guided by an “alliance of hope” – of people who allied themselves with the hope for a new beginning, and a new day. What then, does it mean to choose hope?