Author Archive for: LAI SHYAN CHIN

What Makes A Good Leader? Simple Ways To Improve Your Management Skills

What makes a good leader is the use of effective management skills such as spending 50 percent or more of their time listening carefully. Great leaders understand that some of the best leadership qualities entail listening to others with undivided attention. When was the last time you actually listened single-mindedly to one of your staff members? Can you remember when

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How To Change Workplace Culture For A Thriving Talent And Business Organisation

The Major Challenge of Culture Change. The idea of changing workplace culture may sound simple to someone who’s never been faced with the task before. But as anyone with experience knows, it’s a massive challenge. In a 2012 issue of the Harvard Business Review, authors Jon R. Katzenbach, Ilona Steffen, and Caroline Kronley referenced a case study involving the health

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Understanding The Four Pillars Of Organisational Anthropology To Build Talent

These 4 pillars give us The Anthrospective Views – to see things from a Holistic and Systems perspective to help us resolve organisation tensions with appropriate strategies and interventions to evolve a High Value Creation (HVC) organisation beyond the High-Performance Organisations (HPO’s) of today. The four pillars definition are given below: Archaeological: Comparative study of past cultures through remnant leftovers

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In Creating A High Value Organisation Start With Culture

The changing the business, organisation, and talent landscape in which we are operating will cause organisations to steer their resources into its most valuable use so that people can redirect their talent and energy to where it matters most, in line with anthropological changes that are happening in and around them. Revisiting the war for talent. War for talent seems

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How To Change And Keep The Change

How can I prepare proactively for this Game Changing Challenges? Game Changing Traits and Behaviours With unprecedented disruptions happening, change will be the norm. The Acronym for CHANGE is Continuously Having A New Growth Experience. This will be the norm of the day. Are you ready to change your world? From Galileo’s vision to Da Vinci’s mechanics, Ford’s cars to

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Why Having The Right Culture Is Critical

From HR Magazine TINYpulse Employee Engagement and Organisational Culture Report (2014), “64 percent of all employees surveyed feel that they do not have a strong work culture”. Studies upon studies show that company culture- what a business stands for and how it interacts both internally and with customers- directly relates to productivity and revenue. In fact, companies with engaged employees

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Why Leadership Training Hasn’t Worked The Way It Should

There are four primary reasons leadership training fails to achieve business result. 1.Lacking Follow Through (treated as an Event, rather than a journey). Whether it is two days, five days, or three weeks, if leadership training is a one-time event, then its impact on organisational behaviour will be negligible. In the book Primal Leadership, the authors reiterated that, “The thinking

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Why Are So Few Employees Engaged

A Scenario “Imagine that during a routine check-up with your doctor, he diagnoses you with the dreaded “C” (in most medical circle – this usually means cancer). The doctor’s prognosis certainly requires more testing, but your concern is immediate. You find yourself, suddenly asking questions about your future: How serious is it, Doc? Can I be cured? Once you regain

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9, Jalan PJS 8/9,

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