Sandy is a former Leaderonomics editor and is now a freelance writer based in Malaysia, and previously enjoyed 10 years as a journalist and broadcaster in the UK. As editor of www.leaderonomics.com, he has been fortunate to gain valuable insights into what makes us tick, which has deepened his interests in leadership, emotions, mindfulness, and human behaviour.
Ethical Leadership for the 21st Century
In this article, Founder of Leaderonomics, Roshan Thiran, together with former Leaderonomics Editor, Sandy Clarke, explore ethical leadership in the 21st Century and what it means for us. They also suggest ways on how we can stay true to our calling and values with a few tips to brighten our path
Leveraging Technology in Leadership
By SANDY CLARKE - In leadership, technology plays a crucial role in helping leaders to communicate, establish relationships, manage relationships and broker deals across several borders.
No CVs, No Names – Please Apply!
By SANDY CLARKE - In any given day on LinkedIn, various ‘resume coaches’ can be seen offering advice to people who have been looking for a job, in some cases, for six months or longer. Resumes, and the hiring process itself, is a bit like dieting: everyone has an opinion, and a general consensus appears to be lacking.
5 Tips on How to Manage Diverse Teams
By SANDY CLARKE Despite welcomed advances in the workplace as more leaders embrace diversity, there are some who still believe that a diverse workplace creates unrest within an organisation.
4 Ways to Build Your Career in Today’s Competitive World
What can young people do to increase their chances of finding a good job quickly and early on? Let's explore the four tips that can help you stand out in the crowd!
Mastering the Art of Persuasion
By SANDY CLARKE If there was a masterclass in book form that taught you the most powerful principles of persuasion, it would be Robert Cialdini’s Pre-suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade.
How to Steady the Stormy Seas of Self-Esteem by Building Self-Worth
By SANDY CLARKE We use self-esteem as a presentation to the world, and we nail our self-confidence to it. The trouble is self-esteem is fragile because it’s predicated on how others see us and how much approval or validation we receive.