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A Peek Into the Diary of an HR Intern

By KAY HUI KHOO Other than the internship project, I felt like my tasks had been pretty insignificant to the organisation compared to other interns who were in one way or another involved in the work related to products or services Leaderonomics offers. I felt like I was not contributing to what was important to the company at that point.

16-02-2021

5 min Article

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How You Can Influence Your Return On Luck

By ROSHAN THIRAN Why do some people always have all the luck whilst others are plagued with bad fortune? If luck was an entirely random event, surely, it would even out and at some point, luck would run out on someone. Yet it doesn’t. Could luck be more than a random occurrence – something that can be influenced?

11-02-2021

8 min Article

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Espresso Shorts: Speak Up!

By DAVID WEE I never worry too much about speaking up. I am not talking about being rude or loutish but just sharing what's on my mind because I believe it will help others to hear it. For me having to keep my mouth shut is more fearful than the consequences of trouble. So when I see something wrong, I speak up.

01-02-2021

1 min Article

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Overcoming Resistance to Helpful Habits

By JULIET FUNT If you've ever watched a five-year-old child enter an extremely cold body of water, you’ll agree it's a very predictable scenario. For those of us who aren’t naturally disciplined or are wired to resist structure, some business-improvement techniques are, at first, just as unwelcome as that cold water.

19-01-2021

2 min Article

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What Are Your Personal Myths?

By EVA CHRISTODOULOU A lot of what keeps us going as humans are personal myths – fictions, socially constructed ideas of how the world is, should work, and what our purpose in it is. Pretty impressive, that we managed to spin these stories that we collectively believed in and made into the glue that keeps us together.

13-01-2021

2 min Article

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Youth 52: Equipping Our Teens With Wisdom Beyond Their Years

By EVA CHRISTODOULOU I am certain of one thing: that the challenges our youth will face in their professional lives will extend far beyond college degrees. Through Youth 52, we hope to provide teens everywhere with the power of decision-making with wisdom beyond their years.

02-12-2020

4 min Article

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A Lesson On Learning And Growth From Abraham Lincoln

By ROSHAN THIRAN In his first political announcement in 1832, Lincoln said of education and learning, "I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people can be engaged in."

26-11-2020

4 min Article

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Bounce Back! Lessons In Leadership from Joe Biden

By ROSHAN THIRAN In 1972, a 29-year-old Democrat named Joe Biden became the second-youngest person elected to the US Senate, beating a seasoned Republican opponent in a race many thought unwinnable.

18-11-2020

4 min Article

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A Peek Into the Diary of an HR Intern

By KAY HUI KHOO Other than the internship project, I felt like my tasks had been pretty insignificant to the organisation compared to other interns who were in one way or another involved in the work related to products or services Leaderonomics offers. I felt like I was not contributing to what was important to the company at that point.

16-02-2021

5 min Article

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How You Can Influence Your Return On Luck

By ROSHAN THIRAN Why do some people always have all the luck whilst others are plagued with bad fortune? If luck was an entirely random event, surely, it would even out and at some point, luck would run out on someone. Yet it doesn’t. Could luck be more than a random occurrence – something that can be influenced?

11-02-2021

8 min Article

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Espresso Shorts: Speak Up!

By DAVID WEE I never worry too much about speaking up. I am not talking about being rude or loutish but just sharing what's on my mind because I believe it will help others to hear it. For me having to keep my mouth shut is more fearful than the consequences of trouble. So when I see something wrong, I speak up.

01-02-2021

1 min Article

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Overcoming Resistance to Helpful Habits

By JULIET FUNT If you've ever watched a five-year-old child enter an extremely cold body of water, you’ll agree it's a very predictable scenario. For those of us who aren’t naturally disciplined or are wired to resist structure, some business-improvement techniques are, at first, just as unwelcome as that cold water.

19-01-2021

2 min Article

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What Are Your Personal Myths?

By EVA CHRISTODOULOU A lot of what keeps us going as humans are personal myths – fictions, socially constructed ideas of how the world is, should work, and what our purpose in it is. Pretty impressive, that we managed to spin these stories that we collectively believed in and made into the glue that keeps us together.

13-01-2021

2 min Article

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Youth 52: Equipping Our Teens With Wisdom Beyond Their Years

By EVA CHRISTODOULOU I am certain of one thing: that the challenges our youth will face in their professional lives will extend far beyond college degrees. Through Youth 52, we hope to provide teens everywhere with the power of decision-making with wisdom beyond their years.

02-12-2020

4 min Article

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A Lesson On Learning And Growth From Abraham Lincoln

By ROSHAN THIRAN In his first political announcement in 1832, Lincoln said of education and learning, "I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people can be engaged in."

26-11-2020

4 min Article

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Bounce Back! Lessons In Leadership from Joe Biden

By ROSHAN THIRAN In 1972, a 29-year-old Democrat named Joe Biden became the second-youngest person elected to the US Senate, beating a seasoned Republican opponent in a race many thought unwinnable.

18-11-2020

4 min Article

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