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Finding, defining, and discovering new perspectives in living and in leading in Asia
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The Core Beliefs of the Delightfully Successful

The Core Beliefs of the Delightfully Successful | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it
Last year I listed some simple daily habits of the delightfully successful. Revisiting that article made me think. Success is based on action, but actions are the result of beliefs – so what do the

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Sharifah Raudhah AlQudsy's curator insight, April 17, 2014 10:20 PM

It always delight me when the writing comes with some form of doodling to support the explanation.

John Michel's curator insight, April 18, 2014 8:02 AM

Successful people don’t wait to get a raise; they work hard to earn a raise. Successful businesses don’t wait for higher prices to deliver greater value; they deliver greater value to earn higher prices. Successful entrepreneurs don’t wait for a payoff to give their all to a startup; they give their all so they can earn a decent payoff.

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On Leadership & Forgiveness

On Leadership & Forgiveness | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it

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donhornsby's curator insight, March 11, 2014 7:23 AM

(From the article): Strong leaders lead towards a positive outcome by partnering with the other party in preventing the issue from happening again. This way, both parties create a collaborative partnership and a positive future for them AND the organization.  

AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, July 18, 2014 12:40 PM

A tribute to a man who lead global change through forgiveness!  #Leadership

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, July 18, 2014 9:45 PM

Forgiveness is hard work. Asking for forgiveness is even harder work.

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Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s Liberator as Prisoner and President, Dies at 95

Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s Liberator as Prisoner and President, Dies at 95 | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it
Mr. Mandela’s quest for freedom in South Africa’s system of white rule took him from the court of tribal royalty to the liberation underground to a prison cell to the presidency.
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An inspiration not just for Africans but for the whole world

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RomanJones's deviantART Gallery

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Cathryn Wellner's curator insight, December 1, 2013 2:47 PM

The artist says she has created a book of her illustrated guide to understanding introverts. Anyone know how to get hold of it?

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Region's Top Leaders Named at the 12th CNBC Asia Business Leaders Awards - CNBC.com

Region's Top Leaders Named at the 12th CNBC Asia Business Leaders Awards - CNBC.com | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it
Region's Top Leaders Named at the 12th CNBC Asia Business Leaders Awards
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Bangkok, 14 November 2013 – CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, pioneered the Asia Business Leaders Awards (ABLA) to acknowledge exceptional CEOs across the region.
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Asian cultural development relies on diversity, in-depth exchange: Chinese ... - CCTV

Asian cultural development relies on diversity, in-depth exchange: Chinese ... - CCTV | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it
Asian cultural development relies on diversity, in-depth exchange: Chinese ...
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Ayn Rand Didn't Understand Capitalism. Or Altruism. Or Christianity. Or Reality. - Acton Institute (blog)

Ayn Rand Didn't Understand Capitalism. Or Altruism. Or Christianity. Or Reality. - Acton Institute (blog) | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it
Ayn Rand Didn't Understand Capitalism. Or Altruism. Or Christianity. Or Reality.
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21st Century leadership: How to meet modern business challenges

21st Century leadership: How to meet modern business challenges | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it

Our view on what makes a great leader and the best leadership approaches to adopt has changed over time, partly as research has come up with new findings, but also (particularly since the beginning of the 21st Century), to meet the demands of the ever-changing global market.

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Dan Biles's curator insight, March 10, 2014 9:11 AM

Even in a local government that is designed for slower decision making, we need to be able to "make fast decisions from complex and sophisticated data."

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The value of bicultural individuals to organisations

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How do companies improve operationally with diverse and talented workforces? By taking advantage of individuals who feel at home in multiple cultures, says INSEAD visiting professor Mary Yoko Brannen.


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Anne Egros's curator insight, December 12, 2013 9:53 AM

‘Bicultural’ and multicultural individuals who have deeply internalised more than one culture, are likely to have more pronounced intercultural skills than ‘monoculturals’,

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Decoding The Truth Of Leading Multi-Generational Workforces - TanveerNaseer.com

Decoding The Truth Of Leading Multi-Generational Workforces - TanveerNaseer.com | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it
Much has been written about leading a multi-generational workforce. Find out what researchers have found is really going on in today's workplaces.

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Anne Egros's curator insight, December 1, 2013 3:35 AM

Organizations are not only having to deal with three different generations of employees working together, but also the impact of a slowdown in the rate of upward career movement for younger workers.

 

We don't have enough data to understand the complex intergenerational interactions so most of articles on the subject are only anecdotic, empirical and full of unverified assumptions.

 

For today’s organizations to succeed and thrive in the years ahead, we need to address the individual desire to do work that is meaningful and give a sense of purpose not just to one subset in our organization, but to everyone we serve through our leadership.

 

 

donhornsby's curator insight, December 2, 2013 6:55 AM

(From the article): There’s no question that leaders and their organizations face a great number of challenges in today’s fast-paced and culturally diverse global economy, particularly as we obtain greater tools and data to help us understand the increasing complexity in today’s business environment. That’s why it’s important that we not distract ourselves and expend what limited resources we have on non-issues like generational differences.

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Tony Fernandes is CNBC Asia's innovator of the year - The Star Online

Tony Fernandes is CNBC Asia's innovator of the year - The Star Online | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it
Tony Fernandes is CNBC Asia's innovator of the year The Star Online PETALING JAYA: AirAsia's Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, has been honoured with the Innovator of the Year award at the CNBC 12th Asia Business Leaders Awards (ABLA) in Bangkok, Thailand,...
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Asian employees don't trust leaders - IDG News Service

Asian employees don't trust leaders
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Asian employees don't trust leaders, according to a newly released global Leadership Pulse Survey published by Forum.
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Claire Jean Kim – Racial Triangulation

Claire Jean Kim – Racial Triangulation | Leadership in Asia | Scoop.it

From Sevly Snguon’s post: My Asian-American Awakening: Realizing that I am a Person of Color


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Community Village Sites's curator insight, November 5, 2013 12:04 AM


In this diagram do you think the placement of each group is accurately depicted?


Where would Native Americans and Xican@s/Latin@s be depicted?


Add the categories - physical superiority, mental superiority, family unity superiority and watch the graph change.


Although this diagram is an oversimplification, it's useful to make useful points about stereotyping and discrimination. Combine this diagram with incarceration statistics and Michelle Alexander's book The New Jim Crow and the dots connect and makes sense. This is a depiction of American's distorted perception of our cultures.


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In this diagram do you think the placement of each group is accurately depicted?


Where would Native Americans and Xican@s/Latin@s be depicted?


Add the categories - physical superiority, mental superiority, family unity superiority and watch the graph change.


Although this diagram is an oversimplification, it's useful to make useful points about stereotyping and discrimination. Combine this diagram with incarceration statistics and Michelle Alexander's book The New Jim Crow and the dots connect and makes sense. This is a depiction of American's distorted perception of our cultures.