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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.

2nd Dec 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.

30th Nov 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."

26th Nov 2020

3 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.

26th Nov 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.

23rd Nov 2020

3 min Article

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Leading a Business Through and Out of Crises

By BRIAN SANDS As a global economic proposition, we have been ‘holding-on’ for some time. COVID-19 has now tipped us over that edge into a deep chasm of crises and uncertainty, not quite 12 months since we endured the worst bushfire season in living memory in Australia.

19th Nov 2020

3 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.

18th Nov 2020

4 min Article

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Colouring Outside The Lines

By GLADYS GOH I’ve always believed that passion, resilience and tenacity are core values that form the foundation of success. Granted, that there are various barriers to be addressed that may undermine the opportunities for individuals to thrive in their respective roles, but having that razor-sharp focus on the end goals can truly drive oneself to reach greater heights.

17th Nov 2020

4 min Article

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To Read or Not to Lead, That is The Question

By ADELINA ASMAWI We live in an emerging world that requires a new order, one based upon a flow of intellectual capacity. While many search for a value driver – a worthy, indispensable leader to lead their institution, community, country, many also want to know how to be this worthy, indispensable leader. The key, believe it or not, is in one age-old method - reading.

16th Nov 2020

6 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.

2nd Dec 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.

30th Nov 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."

26th Nov 2020

3 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.

26th Nov 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.

23rd Nov 2020

3 min Article

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Leading a Business Through and Out of Crises

By BRIAN SANDS As a global economic proposition, we have been ‘holding-on’ for some time. COVID-19 has now tipped us over that edge into a deep chasm of crises and uncertainty, not quite 12 months since we endured the worst bushfire season in living memory in Australia.

19th Nov 2020

3 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.

18th Nov 2020

4 min Article

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Colouring Outside The Lines

By GLADYS GOH I’ve always believed that passion, resilience and tenacity are core values that form the foundation of success. Granted, that there are various barriers to be addressed that may undermine the opportunities for individuals to thrive in their respective roles, but having that razor-sharp focus on the end goals can truly drive oneself to reach greater heights.

17th Nov 2020

4 min Article

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To Read or Not to Lead, That is The Question

By ADELINA ASMAWI We live in an emerging world that requires a new order, one based upon a flow of intellectual capacity. While many search for a value driver – a worthy, indispensable leader to lead their institution, community, country, many also want to know how to be this worthy, indispensable leader. The key, believe it or not, is in one age-old method - reading.

16th Nov 2020

6 min Article

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