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The Greatest Comeback of All-time – Neil Sedaka

For those of us out there who have been on the top and then relegated to the scrap heap, you will relate very strongly to Neil’s story… There have been some great comebacks throughout humankind, but none as poignant nor as heartfelt as that experienced by Neil Sedaka. I was watching Professor of Rock this […]

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Understanding The Tricky Business of Lobbying

Lobbying is a tricky business. At its heart is the need for a process to occur in the most transparent way possible… In Korean dramas we usually see lobbying go on behind close doors, usually at a secluded restaurant. During the meeting, briefcases or empty boxes of fruit or fruit drinks are packed with money […]

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The Week That Was – A Leader Through A Life of Service, An Abundance of Wildflowers and Heading Home

With the passing of the late sovereign yesterday, Queen Elizabeth ll, I put into train a range of protocols at work re her passing and in preparing for the ascension of King Charles lll. At one point yesterday, one of my executives asked “how did I know this stuff?” I just smiled and replied protocols […]

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Inspirational Story: How Kim Ng, Major League Baseball’s First Female GM, Finally Got the Top Job

A fabulous piece by Sean Gregory at Time regarding looking beyond breaking the glass ceiling through an interview with Kim Ng Kim Ng took her seat on the chartered jet. As assistant general manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, she was joining the team on a road trip in 2008… How Kim Ng, Major League […]

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The Phantom – The Ghost Who Walks

A Role Model (and A Leader) Why is The Phantom a Role Model? The Phantom is, without a doubt, my favourite comic book character. He is neither in the Marvel Universe nor the DC Universe (although both comic houses did publish a handful of Phantom stories along the way). He is human, but has amazing […]

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