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Be the Male Ally Our Colleagues Deserve

By SUHEIL BADRAN Heading into 2021, one of the things I’m most excited about is the elevation of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging as key priorities in the business world. Championing women is pivotal to create that ideal future – and I firmly believe that men must take actionable steps to be an ally of women in our workplace.

25-01-2021

5 min Article

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Leadership in 2021 and Beyond

By BERNARD LEE Whether you are a corporate leader, civil servant, employer, employee, home-maker or student – your ability to lead yourself and others will determine how 2021 and beyond will look like.

11-01-2021

4 min Article

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2020 - The LOST Year

By BERNARD LEE - The year 2020 is one where Leadership Purpose has been amplified and exemplified. It has been a year of Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things. In 2020, we have seen the Steadfast Spirit of mankind and the Thrusting Forward of things to come.

14-12-2020

4 min Article

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How to Beat The Monday Blues

By IVYPANDA If a Monday morning reminds you of a cup of fresh coffee, your weekly planner, and inspirational thoughts of productivity, you are a unique person. Unfortunately, the Monday blues are so wide-spread that they have become a cultural phenomenon.

07-12-2020

5 min Article

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OK Boomers And Gen Zs, Let’s Talk About Workplace Bullying

By JESRINA ANN XAVIER and ANNA MATTHEW it was found that at least one in three employees in Malaysia have reported having experienced workplace bullying. The different styles and workplace culture between these four generations have inadvertently given birth to workplace bullying.

02-12-2020

3 min Article

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Toilets Defining Economies

By ROB WYSE As the world gets ravaged by the coronavirus, the economy is in the toilet. But the economy is driven by small ‘mom and pop’ businesses. And toilets for all can drive economic progress…one community at a time.

30-11-2020

3 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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5 Big Impacts of Unresolved Insecurity Leaders Need to Know

By JAEMIN FRAZER While most people are either insecure about being insecure, or pretend not to be insecure, the fear of not being good enough is a universal human challenge. If left unaddressed, insecurity causes us to show up at our worst in every area of life and undermines our capacity to function in our true potential.

26-11-2020

3 min Article

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3 Methods to Tap Into Your Employees' Intrinsic Motivation

By MARK CARTER Understanding and identifying intrinsic motivation is another tool in the HR armoury to defend such pillars as culture and performance.

23-11-2020

3 min Article

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Be the Male Ally Our Colleagues Deserve

By SUHEIL BADRAN Heading into 2021, one of the things I’m most excited about is the elevation of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging as key priorities in the business world. Championing women is pivotal to create that ideal future – and I firmly believe that men must take actionable steps to be an ally of women in our workplace.

25-01-2021

5 min Article

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Leadership in 2021 and Beyond

By BERNARD LEE Whether you are a corporate leader, civil servant, employer, employee, home-maker or student – your ability to lead yourself and others will determine how 2021 and beyond will look like.

11-01-2021

4 min Article

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2020 - The LOST Year

By BERNARD LEE - The year 2020 is one where Leadership Purpose has been amplified and exemplified. It has been a year of Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things. In 2020, we have seen the Steadfast Spirit of mankind and the Thrusting Forward of things to come.

14-12-2020

4 min Article

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How to Beat The Monday Blues

By IVYPANDA If a Monday morning reminds you of a cup of fresh coffee, your weekly planner, and inspirational thoughts of productivity, you are a unique person. Unfortunately, the Monday blues are so wide-spread that they have become a cultural phenomenon.

07-12-2020

5 min Article

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OK Boomers And Gen Zs, Let’s Talk About Workplace Bullying

By JESRINA ANN XAVIER and ANNA MATTHEW it was found that at least one in three employees in Malaysia have reported having experienced workplace bullying. The different styles and workplace culture between these four generations have inadvertently given birth to workplace bullying.

02-12-2020

3 min Article

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Toilets Defining Economies

By ROB WYSE As the world gets ravaged by the coronavirus, the economy is in the toilet. But the economy is driven by small ‘mom and pop’ businesses. And toilets for all can drive economic progress…one community at a time.

30-11-2020

3 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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5 Big Impacts of Unresolved Insecurity Leaders Need to Know

By JAEMIN FRAZER While most people are either insecure about being insecure, or pretend not to be insecure, the fear of not being good enough is a universal human challenge. If left unaddressed, insecurity causes us to show up at our worst in every area of life and undermines our capacity to function in our true potential.

26-11-2020

3 min Article

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3 Methods to Tap Into Your Employees' Intrinsic Motivation

By MARK CARTER Understanding and identifying intrinsic motivation is another tool in the HR armoury to defend such pillars as culture and performance.

23-11-2020

3 min Article

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