Mental Conversations at Tea: With Rayson Choo and Mark Chew

Had a successful β€œMental Conversations at Tea” yesterday with Rayson Choo, a psychiatric nurse from IMH, as well as host of the popular Raygacy Show 3 Learning Points from the session πŸ₯ The Healthcare industry and MOH have a support Programme to help our healthcare workers to prevent mental burnout in such times. 2. 🌴 … Continue reading

Does Observation Affect Outcome?

𝕴𝖋 𝖆 π–™π–—π–Šπ–Š π–‹π–†π–‘π–‘π–˜ π–Žπ–“ 𝖆 π–‹π–”π–—π–Šπ–˜π–™ 𝖆𝖓𝖉 𝖓𝖔 π–”π–“π–Š π–Žπ–˜ π–†π–—π–”π–šπ–“π–‰, π–‰π–”π–Šπ–˜ π–Žπ–™ π–’π–†π–π–Š 𝖆 π–˜π–”π–šπ–“π–‰? – π•²π–Šπ–”π–—π–Œπ–Š π•­π–Šπ–—π–π–Šπ–‘π–Šπ–ž This philosophical question is very apt in today’s environment. If employees are not working together in the physical workplace, are they still working? Before Covid-19’s Business Continuity Plans, most bosses believe that when employees are … Continue reading

π™Žπ™Š… π™’π™ƒπ˜Όπ™ π™‰π™Šπ™’ π™„π™‰π™π™€π™π™‰π™Žπ™ƒπ™„π™‹π™Ž?

β€œπ•­π–šπ–Žπ–‘π–‰ 𝖆𝖓 𝕬𝖗𝖐. π–‚π–π–Šπ–“ π–™π–π–Š 𝖋𝖑𝖔𝖔𝖉 π–ˆπ–”π–’π–Šπ–˜, π–Žπ–™ π–˜π–•π–Šπ–†π–π–˜ 𝖋𝖔𝖗 π–Žπ–™π–˜π–Šπ–‘π–‹β€ – Robin Goh, good friend of mine As a result of Circuit Breaker measures due to Covid-19, a friend who recently graduated from polytechnic, told me that her new recruiter role, has been put on hold till end May. Similarly, internship opportunities have also … Continue reading

Career Conversations at Tea: With Adrian Choo and Mark Chew

Had a successful β€œCareer Conversations at Tea” yesterday with Adrian Choo, the Career Strategist, and Director from Career Agility International! 6 Learning Points from the session! 1. πŸ—Ί Design a Career Strategy 2. πŸ”Š Prepare both Introduction Pitch and Exit Statement 3. 🏑 πŸ’΅ πŸš— Assess Your Current Assets/Liabilities 4. πŸ’ͺQuestion Your Strengths and Weakness … Continue reading

How The Alphabet Can Tell Us About the Possible Economic Outcomes

β€œForecasting is hard, especially the future.” Many moons ago, we learned about the alphabet song, β€œA for Apple, B for Ball…” And yet, the shapes of alphabets have been used for some time to help economists and statisticians project and depict market recovery. Optimistic, neutral or grim outcomes can be projected using these shapes. Let … Continue reading