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As we band together and battle COVID-19, we remain committed to ensure that our community can continue learning in the midst of an unprecedented situation. When it comes to your health and well-being, we’d prefer to play it safe.  This is the opportune moment to upskill...

 Article by: Bryan Tio, Programme Consultant  Does the name Chris Gardner ring any bells?  Or perhaps a better icon would be Will Smith, the red carpet actor for his stellar portrayal in The Pursuit of Happyness - an autobiographical film of a man's struggle as he tries...

Ever wondered what your behaviour says about your leadership style? Today, DISC assessments are most frequently used in business and government organisations to help teams work more effectively together.Being aware of your leadership style and behavioural traits can help you communicate better with your team...

A Study in Leadership: Women Do It Better Than Men “It is a well-known fact that women are underpresented at senior levels of management and the leadership styles largely vary between men and women.A research analysis conducted by Dr Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman, 7,280 leaders...

Did you know, that an average Singaporean who starts working from the age of 23 to 62, commits over 10 thousand working days to his/her job? That’s a whopping 81,744 hours of our lives spent!  Looking at these numbers, if someone is unfilled at their job,...

Leaders have a tremendous influence on their direct reports, and one of the key critical areas every successful leader should know is being able to give both redirecting and reinforcing feedback.    Clearly, all feedback – and especially negative feedback, when handled appropriately, is critical to success....