5 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays With Your Remote Team

Besides companies and businesses who have remote workers, many people this year moved to online jobs or started working from home to maintain social distancing. With some not being able to meet their colleagues face-to-face for many months, it is crucial to create opportunities to stay connected with the team and maintain a positive relationship…

Guest Post: A LEADER

I stumbled upon a refreshing and inspiring piece by ADEOYE EMMANUEL. What he wrote was not only motivating, it is so real and resounding after my own heart. This is the kind of leader I want to be. Have a read and let me know in the comments on what is leadership to you. If…

Getting Your Workplace Ready for COVID-19

For the past couple of months, many workplaces have been shut down temporarily because of the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The virus can spread by having contact with infected droplets that an infected person can release through sneezing, coughing, speaking and exhaling. These droplets can also stay on surfaces for a long time and…

Covid-19 Outbreak: What are Companies doing right by their employees

Many of you have privately text or email me to check if I am safe during this coronavirus outbreak. I have just returned from Singapore after the Chinese New Year celebration with our families and friends. It does put a slight damper on the festive season with people you met either masked up or talking…

8 Ways to Gain Respect as a Young Leader

Nowadays, it is common to see many workplaces with a large number of younger workers. Senior workers like myself are now dwindling in number and this rate drops every day. As a result, it is prompting companies to consider putting their younger employees into these positions. There are some positivity in having younger leaders into…