Are you the type that is readily available to help others - even at the expense of your own priorities? While it is necessary for us to practice flexibility in adjusting our schedule to be of assistance to others but where do we draw the line? That is where wisdom comes in. The character quality of availability requires wisdom to balance its response else it may lead to personal burnout and discouragement. Check out a BFM radio interview I did on this subject:
Welcome to the Good Monday Blog - my regular rumination about "the heart of every problem" which is "the problem of the heart." Unless we address what's inside, we cannot effective solve what's on the outside.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
The Character of Alertness
How is your Character Quotient?
Here's a radio interview I did on BFM a number of years ago the need for character:
Monday, October 9, 2017
The Myth of Executive Presence
So much of what constitutes leadership today centres too much on the individual’s personality that the organisation culture is in danger of being a personality-driven culture rather than being purpose-driven. The danger of having too much executive force is that employees then will be lulled into a “you-tell-me-what-to-do” culture that eventually stifles creativity, innovation and engagement.
Here's the BFM interview I did last week which covers the topic that "Executive Presence" is not a focus on self it is actually something more. You need more than charisma and personality for executive presence. Listen on .. the answers are more fundamental than you think!
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
The Strengths Movement in Malaysia
Look forward to working with Satvinder, the Strengths Ambassador from Gallup!
Here's a trip down memory lane in 2013 when I was interviewed by Jim Collison soon after attending the first-ever ASCC for Asia:
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