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Coping With Uncertainty in 2021

By SIN EU CHEAH As veterans of the ‘new normal’, we should be pretty well-adapted to the lifestyle and embracing it with ease and comfort. Right? On the contrary, we may find ourselves heading towards more uncertainty. With the unpredictable environment, rapid policy changes and backtracking, what can we do to cope with the constant change? Here are five steps we can take to cultivate a disruption-proof mindset:

17-02-2021

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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A Simple Way to Celebrate Your Victories

By JULIET FUNT In our culture of insatiability, the frenetic pace and endless pressure may convince you to run hastily past the win, determinedly pursuing the next task or trial. But what, I ask, is the point of working hard if, when you get there, you skip the moment to shout, “Hooray for me!” and celebrate your victories?

29-01-2021

3 min Article

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How to Say Goodbye to 2020

In this special from Juliet Funt's newsletter, she spells out how to say goodbye to 2020 and start 2021 in the best possible way. Read on to learn Funt's secrets to success

01-01-2021

2 min Article

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A Micro Approach to Goal Setting and Planning

By JULIET FUNT Instead of hitching your dreams to so many uncontrollable and emotionally precarious factors, try letting go of knowing what the future will hold. I suggest taking a micro-approach to planning and goal setting containing three layers of action:

23-12-2020

3 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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Building a Path Towards Being Extraordinary

By ROSHAN THIRAN It's said that it's impossible to know where an educator's influence begins and ends. When we come together and learn from each other, the possibilities are also endless. As we continue to learn, we continue to grow, and as we grow, there is nothing we can't achieve when we set our sights on it, even in the face of adversity. We can truly be extraordinary.

12-11-2020

3 min Article

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Coping With Uncertainty in 2021

By SIN EU CHEAH As veterans of the ‘new normal’, we should be pretty well-adapted to the lifestyle and embracing it with ease and comfort. Right? On the contrary, we may find ourselves heading towards more uncertainty. With the unpredictable environment, rapid policy changes and backtracking, what can we do to cope with the constant change? Here are five steps we can take to cultivate a disruption-proof mindset:

17-02-2021

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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A Simple Way to Celebrate Your Victories

By JULIET FUNT In our culture of insatiability, the frenetic pace and endless pressure may convince you to run hastily past the win, determinedly pursuing the next task or trial. But what, I ask, is the point of working hard if, when you get there, you skip the moment to shout, “Hooray for me!” and celebrate your victories?

29-01-2021

3 min Article

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How to Say Goodbye to 2020

In this special from Juliet Funt's newsletter, she spells out how to say goodbye to 2020 and start 2021 in the best possible way. Read on to learn Funt's secrets to success

01-01-2021

2 min Article

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A Micro Approach to Goal Setting and Planning

By JULIET FUNT Instead of hitching your dreams to so many uncontrollable and emotionally precarious factors, try letting go of knowing what the future will hold. I suggest taking a micro-approach to planning and goal setting containing three layers of action:

23-12-2020

3 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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Building a Path Towards Being Extraordinary

By ROSHAN THIRAN It's said that it's impossible to know where an educator's influence begins and ends. When we come together and learn from each other, the possibilities are also endless. As we continue to learn, we continue to grow, and as we grow, there is nothing we can't achieve when we set our sights on it, even in the face of adversity. We can truly be extraordinary.

12-11-2020

3 min Article

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