By Samuel Kim Finally, it has come to the last of the five-part essay I have been sharing since a few weeks ago. Well, for those who have been reading through my essays, I would like to sincerely thank each and every one of you
By Samuel Kim The fourth in the five-part series, I have shared, so far, these six of the ten leadership lessons I have gained in my exposure to various forms of leadership, traveling around the world. They are: “Leadership” means… 1. Paying attention to how
The Chinese Leninist system and the various types of Western democracies each have their own strengths and their own dysfunctionalities. By Bilahari Kausikan Bilahari Kausikan is a retired diplomat who is currently chairman of the Middle East Institute at the National University of Singapore. He
By Samuel Kim Thus far, I have shared the first four of my ten leadership lessons I have garnered over the many years of my travels around the world. These are as follows: 1. Leadership means paying attention to how the world is changing. 2.
By Samuel Kim In my earlier and first of the five-part essay I wrote, I shared the first two of the ten leadership lessons I have drawn from my travels around the world. These are the two I mentioned. 1. Leadership means paying attention to
By Samuel Kim In the past twenty years till right before the start of this ongoing global pandemic, I had a unique opportunity to travel to about eighty countries around the world, broadening my perspectives of the regional and local politics, cultures, sustain ability, economic
By Samuel Kim Having worked with over forty organizations in the past twenty years, I have seen clearly that the people who weather storms are those who embrace the principles of “we are all in this together” and “I work hard so we can all
By Samuel Kim In my research, I’ve found that people facing difficulties like the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic usually react in one of two distinctive ways. The first group of people act only when something has already happened to them. They react to external stimuli, thinking