Change

  • 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 […]

  • Understanding the Millennials (Part One)

    By John Ng

      Understanding the Millennials (Part One)  “You must believe in the future of the Millennials!” Ngiam Tong Dow   When asked, “How do you manage the greatest challenge of our time, the Millennials?” Mr Ngiam Tong Dow, one-time Permanent Secretary to the former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, replied without hesitation, “You must believe that they are the […]

  • Love What You Do

    By Alvin Ung

    Loving what we do is the radical call to savor joy in small things everyday. When we do small things with great love, we spread contagious joy everywhere.

  • Every Person Matters

    By Alvin Ung

    When we see that every person is created by God as a unique individual, we begin to respect and value the diversity in others.

  • Secrets to Successful Social Enterprise – Interview With Dr Kim Tan

    By Dato Dr Kim Tan

    Social entrepreneurship or impact investing is intentionally finding a business solution to a social problem.

  • Leadership And Church Size Dynamics – How Strategy Changes With Growth

    By Dr Tim Keller

    Size has an enormous impact on how a church functions. It profoundly affects how decisions are made, how relationships flow, how effectiveness is evaluated.

  • Interview With Professor Ho Peng Kee – Leadership Core Values

    By Prof Ho Peng Kee

    This is an exclusive interview with Professor Ho Peng Kee, former Senior Minister of State in the Ministry of Law and the Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore on the importance of core values in leadership. Can you share with us what are your key principles as a leader working across various ministries and sectors? Well I will […]

  • Managing the Human Side of Organizational Change

    By Dr Lim Peng Soon

    We begin with three pieces of common knowledge: the world is changing, the pace of change is accelerating, and individuals and businesses must adapt. Radical change can threaten our assumptions about the world and ourselves. Change challenges our identities. In response to this challenge, we need to rethink and sharpen our definitions of who we […]

  • Tutorial Relationship – Igniting Exponential Learning

    By Dr Gabriel Cámara

    The Learning Community Project model currently operating in rural schools offers an intriguing bottom-up approach to learning. How do you see this project transforming rural communities in Mexico? This 15 year-old project has significantly expanded. This past summer, 78,000 middle school math teachers in all states were learning indepth four chosen problems of elementary math (natural numbers, […]

  • Stop Charity. Start Enterprise!

    By Dato Dr. Kim Tan

    After more than 50 years of aid and the equivalent of Six Marshall Plans to Africa,1 there has been no significant change in the poverty landscape. Critics of aid – among them Bauer,2 Esterley,3 Jenkins,4and Moyo5 – have highlighted the failure and unintended consequences of aid. More worryingly, economic data show that though aid has increased over a ten-year […]

Daily Quotes

When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.

Alexander Graham Bell
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