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  • Nurturing the Millennials (Part Three)

    By John Ng

      We continue to explore Nurturing the Millennials (Part Three) in this third part, you can click here to read part one and here to read part two.   So, with all these challenges, how do we connect with the Millennials?   1) Establish CREDIBILITY through Integrity and Competence Positional leadership is passé for the Millennials. They will […]

  • How Toxic Are Your Employees?

    By John Ng

      After my last Dr. John’s Leads on toxic bosses and assessment instruments, some bosses told me that I should author another piece about toxic employees.  We all have some forms of toxic behaviour, and it is important that we have good self-awareness to address these toxins in our lives.   Toxic bosses and employees […]

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    To Be True

    By Peter Geizer

    It was Apostle Paul who said his greatest joy was to see his children walk in truth. Walking in truth has a lot to do with being values based, that is, to be grounded in certain gospel values and lead according to those values. In the recent financial milieu, many have lost confidence as institutions […]

  • How Do I Lead Myself?

    By Rev Edmund Chan

    Leadership Is Hard Leadership is one of the hardest things to do. It is a multi-dimensional function. You see, when most people think of leadership, they often think of downward leadership (leading subordinates for whom they are responsible). This is sometimes difficult for a complexity of reasons. Yet that is not the whole terrain of […]

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Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful… that’s what matters to me.

Steve Jobs
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