It’s vastly important to understand how much accountability builds trust in culture. When leaders don’t hold people accountable, the opposite
A VERY AMAZING Thursday. A woman I used to work for invited me to an interview at a bank because
As usual, Isabel Hundt never ceases to amaze me. A very hot topic that most of us struggle with was
Emergency Situation: Fire at Central World, Bangkok Front office staff had barged into my room saying my students had cancelled.
Have you ever been a participant in those “meetings after the meetings” — those informal discussions where smaller groups of
Seeking and effectively utilizing feedback are vital to quality improvement. In my own life, feedback has been a part of
I remember my first, gorgeous, TOEIC learning student I had at a job I used to have back in Rangsit
In Create Transparency, as in all of the behaviors, there must be a responsible balance. Particularly in public companies, there
One is past performance — your track record, your reputation, the things you’ve done, and the results you’ve already achieved.
We’re back to another brilliant episode! I’m actually backtracking a bit in terms of my blogs, but the podcasts are