Millie is formerly the Head of Talent Assessment in Leaderonomics. She is forever intrigued by the human species and is passionate about learning about people.
Terrific Thursday Tails: Chinese Crested Dog
By MILLIE ONG
Today's animal is, in fact, Man's Best Friend: the Chinese Crested Dog. Learn how we can learn leadership from this dog
Terrific Thursday Tails: Tarsiers
By MILLIE ONG
A leadership lesson from the cutest animal EVER, the Tarsier. Read more to find out what we can learn from this cute animal
Self-Censorship: Why Do Employees Withhold From Speaking Up?
By MILLIE ONG Encouraging the use of employee voice as an instrument for change is not as simple as it may seem. Employees may appear hesitant to share their thoughts or propose ideas, even taking efforts to downplay the information given. Why is that?
Raise Your Game: Ask ‘Can I Do It?’ Then Say ‘I Can Do It!’
In this series of Raise Your Game and The Science of Building Leaders, Millie Ong from Leaderonomics Corporate Services shares her insights on self-questioning as an approach to personal motivation.
Terrific Thursday Tails: Skunk
Today's featured animal is the skunk, well known for its pungent scent. Skunks often live in isolation and are solitary creatures. What can we learn from them? Read on to find out what Millie Ong has in store for you this week in the Terrific Thursday Tails
Terrific Thursday Tails: Ostrich
Last week, we were all abuzz with Chickaboo, the runaway ostrich running along our Federal Highway. We thought it might be appropriate to talk about ostrich in today's featured animal. Read what leadership lesson we can learn from the Ostrich