By Lee Hwai Tah Chong is a restaurant owner selling noodles. His business was doing great for a few years until a new competitor opened a similar noodle shop nearby. Desperate to win back his former customers, Chong reacted by expanding his menu to include more variety of food beyond noodles. He created more attractive […]
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Turning a Foe into an Ally Q: I just “parachuted” into a senior position of a subsidiary company. What this means is that I did not have to go through the mill but just landed in this high poistion on top of many others. While this is a compliment that I have the trust […]
Question: I am the type of person that does not feel comfortable confronting people, especially when it comes to facing them during meetings to work out any kind of deals – whether it is about a pay rise, better business terms and/or staff disciplinary issues. Somehow deep in me, I do not like the process of […]
NOTICE OF 6th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 6th Annual General Meeting of the Malaysian Association of Certified Coaches (MACC) will be held as follows : Date: 14 March 2015 (Sat) Time: 0930 – 1130 hours Venue: Level 11, Wisma HELP, Jalan Dungun, Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur Dress Code: Smart Casual
Dr. Michael Heah Question: There is a battle going on in my mind as to whether living in righteousness to speak the truth in all instances is better than compromising my values and principles to tell half-truths to protect people’s interests. I ask this because it appears that my righteousness is not paying off. People are […]
by HT LEE We cannot teach people anything; we can only help them discover within themselves.” ~ Galileo Galilei That is a burden in my heart to share principles that I believe would make a profound impact to people’s lives. Principles that changed my life, how I see and experience life and everything. But sharing deep […]
by VICKS KANAGASINGAM Positive thoughts fuel your happiness. Negative thoughts fuel your sadness. Our feelings changes throughout the day – happy or sad/anger based on how we manage our thoughts that directly manages our “passion”, directly shown in our “actions” – that produces the “outcome”. It’s important to quickly identify the type of thoughts you […]
by ARMELLE STOLTZ Have you ever met a person who was in Full Power, in whole self-control of her/himself? You have certainly noticed as this person shones, irradiates even, drew the attention, hypnotizes and consequently tempts us to believe her/him, to follow her(it) even?
by JERI XIE Yes, you heard it right. Believe it or not, everyone is a leader. You are the leader of your own life and it is a matter of choice. You wake up one morning and realize there is no toothpaste left. You check with your wife and she says: “Sorry honey, no more […]
by NADEGE ESTEBAN-FRUTOS Empathy means: “putting yourself in the other person’s shoes” or “seeing things through someone else’s eyes.” As a coach, undoubtedly, empathy helps us to build a deep, trustful and safe connection with our coachee. By sharpening our ‘people acumen’, it also allows us to understand and be attuned to others’ feeling and thinking.
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