You can’t achieve long term profits without knowing how your employees feel
Does your company get a good return on all the time and money it invests in leadership development? Despite the millions spent on developing leaders, many employees — perhaps even most — are disengaged from their work and not giving it their best shot. That’s often the result of poor leadership. I see a big problem in the corporate mindset that is fixated on short-term profits. This can lead to managers not using the leadership skills and strategies they have learned on development programs. They think that their precious time should be invested in maximizing weekly or quarterly profits but… This story continues at The Next Web
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 23): More and more companies in Korea and Japan are eyeing to make Malaysia a production hub for the Southeast Asian market, said International Trade and Industry Minister Darrell Leiking.
Speaking in the Dewan Rakyat today, Leiking said a government-led business promotion entourage to the two countries on Oct 14-Oct 21 has roped in potential investments of up to RM2.9 billion.
"There is a lot of potential — a lot of companies focusing on the fields of petrochemical, electrical and electronic (E&E) and medical equipment.
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