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Media Disinterestedness

By ANIISU K VERGHESE. To balance the moral and ethical dilemmas of personal branding in a hyperpolarised world, it is important to improve accessibility and social inclusion, create avenues for media pluralism and building strong governance and deterrence measures.

31-05-2022

6 min Article

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Young Leadership At The Table

BY KIRAN TULJARAM.Organisations have to start looking at the younger generations as our future and current leaders. While we often think of leaders as experienced, there are many admirable qualities that we can see from young leadership. Read here to find out why young people make better leaders.

24-02-2022

6 min Article

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Leadership In Children And How It Inspires

By TAHAAN JAKHWAL. Tahaan is a 12 year old boy, filled with dreams and passions that inspires many. Read on to find our more on his initiative "Book Buddies", and how it has reached many around him. Leaders are built and shaped by their characters. How can you be a leader today? What leadership skills do children carry that can inspire us?

16-12-2021

4 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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35 Nudge points for Interns

In this article, Ong Kian Ming, who is an MP in Malaysia and was previously the Deputy Minister for the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Malaysia, shares his key insights for interns to thrive in their internships.

26-05-2021

2 min Article

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The Dichotomy of COVID Parenting

By JOHN ROSEMOND I think I’ve figured it out: COVID parenting, in the modern sense of the term, is what a mother thinks she has to do when children are underfoot because she has never informed them, in no uncertain terms, that she is not their playmate or personal gopher

24-03-2021

2 min Article

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Discipline Versus Punishment

By JOHN ROSEMOND Too many parents make the mistake of thinking that discipline and punishment are one and the same. Punishment is sometimes the best corrective, but when punishment is not delivered with a correct attitude on the part of the parent, it can be counterproductive.

10-02-2021

2 min Article

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Media Disinterestedness

By ANIISU K VERGHESE. To balance the moral and ethical dilemmas of personal branding in a hyperpolarised world, it is important to improve accessibility and social inclusion, create avenues for media pluralism and building strong governance and deterrence measures.

31-05-2022

6 min Article

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Young Leadership At The Table

BY KIRAN TULJARAM.Organisations have to start looking at the younger generations as our future and current leaders. While we often think of leaders as experienced, there are many admirable qualities that we can see from young leadership. Read here to find out why young people make better leaders.

24-02-2022

6 min Article

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Leadership In Children And How It Inspires

By TAHAAN JAKHWAL. Tahaan is a 12 year old boy, filled with dreams and passions that inspires many. Read on to find our more on his initiative "Book Buddies", and how it has reached many around him. Leaders are built and shaped by their characters. How can you be a leader today? What leadership skills do children carry that can inspire us?

16-12-2021

4 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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35 Nudge points for Interns

In this article, Ong Kian Ming, who is an MP in Malaysia and was previously the Deputy Minister for the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Malaysia, shares his key insights for interns to thrive in their internships.

26-05-2021

2 min Article

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The Dichotomy of COVID Parenting

By JOHN ROSEMOND I think I’ve figured it out: COVID parenting, in the modern sense of the term, is what a mother thinks she has to do when children are underfoot because she has never informed them, in no uncertain terms, that she is not their playmate or personal gopher

24-03-2021

2 min Article

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Discipline Versus Punishment

By JOHN ROSEMOND Too many parents make the mistake of thinking that discipline and punishment are one and the same. Punishment is sometimes the best corrective, but when punishment is not delivered with a correct attitude on the part of the parent, it can be counterproductive.

10-02-2021

2 min Article

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