Hsieh Fu Hua is no stranger to dealing with crisis. The 63-year-old Singaporean has weathered several maelstroms in his corporate career, from the Pan-Electric crisis in 1985 to the Asian Financial Crisis in the late 1990s and more recently, the Global Financial Crisis. “Leaders should lead from the front during tumultuous times, and resist the urge […]
Leaders with authority serve willingly with gratitude and self-giving spirit. They themselves are examples for people to follow and model after.
The most intimate context that influences a leader is his self-perception. This is the “Being” lens that will inform his decisions and direction.
The biblical virtue of integrity has to do with consistency between what is inside and what is outside.
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 […]
If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. We need not wait to see what others do.