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Importance of Developing A Student’s Character

We want a future generation that is kind, honourable, respectable and responsible. To achieve this - teachers, parents and the community have to be committed to raise students to be students of character. Read on to discover more.

05-08-2021

5 min Article

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How Leaders Can Cultivate Patience in an Impatient World

The good news is that patience can be learned. Some, without realising it, have already had the opportunity to practice their patience by becoming parents. Whatever the case may be, here are nine ways to exercise your patience muscle to improve your life and decision-making abilities.

29-07-2021

1 min Article

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Six Steps to Overcome Shame

Shame can hide in many places. This emotion can be concealed behind guilt or anger. It can also manifest itself as despair and depression. Break away from the taboo and talk about it with someone you trust. Have a read of this article and learn ways on how to overcome shame.

28-07-2021

5 min Article

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How to Be a Great Leader: Pay Attention to the Little Things

Attention to detail and the ability to see a project as a whole are some of the most required leadership skills. However, not everyone can have both. If you want to make a difference and become a truly great leader, you must learn to include the little things in your vision. This article provides you with insight into which little things leaders should pay attention to.

26-07-2021

1 min Article

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Resonant Leadership in The Song of Deborah

While leadership seems to come naturally for many great leaders, leadership is also a skill that can be learned. Some leaders gradually grow into successful leadership positions but, for others, leadership is a challenge that they suddenly find themselves rising to meet. In the heroic poem, The Song of Deborah, we come face to face with Deborah--a woman who suddenly becomes a leader--and she leads her community to victory and social transformation. This paper delves into her character and her leadership role within her patriarchal cultural history and attempts to investigate and understand if leadership skills are personality specific or gender specific and if women leaders share a common distinctive style. The paper concludes by framing a template for ideal leadership that is gender neutral and more suited for the emerging generations of the future based on the concept of resonant leadership and how these principles can even be adopted by contemporary leaders to make their leadership more reflective and thus more effective. The main objective of this paper is to popularize the concept of resonant leadership by reviewing it from a literary perspective using The Song of Deborah as a text that exemplifies this type of leadership.

23-07-2021

9 min Article

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11 Leadership Lessons from Alexander the Great

Alexander’s reign illustrates many essential leadership lessons which remain applicable to business and political chiefs today. Here are 11 leadership lessons from Alexander the Great that potentially can whet your leadership journey.

18-07-2021

1 min Article

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How To Finesse Your Leadership Skills

A true leader is never satisfied with their progress – they will always want to do more and be more than they currently are. So it’s clear that if you are a leader (or want to become one), you’ll need to ensure you finesse and fine-tune your leadership skills at all times. This article provides some pointers on how to finesse your leadership skills.

16-07-2021

1 min Article

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Taking the First Steps to Your Future: A Guide for Students

So, you’re at that scary point in your life when your future looms ahead of you. You’ve been told that your decisions now can affect the rest of your life, when not so long ago, the most crucial choice you made was which flavour of ice cream to eat. Stepping into the working field can be daunting and disorientating; why not jump into this article and bask yourself in the insight.

14-07-2021

1 min Article

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Managing Your Child’s Anger

By GRACE TAN Home becomes a constant war zone when there's a lot of anger from everyone. Dive into this piece of five practical steps for parents to take to help their little ones understand and process anger.

13-07-2021

3 min Article

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Importance of Developing A Student’s Character

We want a future generation that is kind, honourable, respectable and responsible. To achieve this - teachers, parents and the community have to be committed to raise students to be students of character. Read on to discover more.

05-08-2021

5 min Article

category-icon

How Leaders Can Cultivate Patience in an Impatient World

The good news is that patience can be learned. Some, without realising it, have already had the opportunity to practice their patience by becoming parents. Whatever the case may be, here are nine ways to exercise your patience muscle to improve your life and decision-making abilities.

29-07-2021

1 min Article

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Six Steps to Overcome Shame

Shame can hide in many places. This emotion can be concealed behind guilt or anger. It can also manifest itself as despair and depression. Break away from the taboo and talk about it with someone you trust. Have a read of this article and learn ways on how to overcome shame.

28-07-2021

5 min Article

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How to Be a Great Leader: Pay Attention to the Little Things

Attention to detail and the ability to see a project as a whole are some of the most required leadership skills. However, not everyone can have both. If you want to make a difference and become a truly great leader, you must learn to include the little things in your vision. This article provides you with insight into which little things leaders should pay attention to.

26-07-2021

1 min Article

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Resonant Leadership in The Song of Deborah

While leadership seems to come naturally for many great leaders, leadership is also a skill that can be learned. Some leaders gradually grow into successful leadership positions but, for others, leadership is a challenge that they suddenly find themselves rising to meet. In the heroic poem, The Song of Deborah, we come face to face with Deborah--a woman who suddenly becomes a leader--and she leads her community to victory and social transformation. This paper delves into her character and her leadership role within her patriarchal cultural history and attempts to investigate and understand if leadership skills are personality specific or gender specific and if women leaders share a common distinctive style. The paper concludes by framing a template for ideal leadership that is gender neutral and more suited for the emerging generations of the future based on the concept of resonant leadership and how these principles can even be adopted by contemporary leaders to make their leadership more reflective and thus more effective. The main objective of this paper is to popularize the concept of resonant leadership by reviewing it from a literary perspective using The Song of Deborah as a text that exemplifies this type of leadership.

23-07-2021

9 min Article

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11 Leadership Lessons from Alexander the Great

Alexander’s reign illustrates many essential leadership lessons which remain applicable to business and political chiefs today. Here are 11 leadership lessons from Alexander the Great that potentially can whet your leadership journey.

18-07-2021

1 min Article

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How To Finesse Your Leadership Skills

A true leader is never satisfied with their progress – they will always want to do more and be more than they currently are. So it’s clear that if you are a leader (or want to become one), you’ll need to ensure you finesse and fine-tune your leadership skills at all times. This article provides some pointers on how to finesse your leadership skills.

16-07-2021

1 min Article

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Taking the First Steps to Your Future: A Guide for Students

So, you’re at that scary point in your life when your future looms ahead of you. You’ve been told that your decisions now can affect the rest of your life, when not so long ago, the most crucial choice you made was which flavour of ice cream to eat. Stepping into the working field can be daunting and disorientating; why not jump into this article and bask yourself in the insight.

14-07-2021

1 min Article

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Managing Your Child’s Anger

By GRACE TAN Home becomes a constant war zone when there's a lot of anger from everyone. Dive into this piece of five practical steps for parents to take to help their little ones understand and process anger.

13-07-2021

3 min Article

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