Global Trends Affecting the Workplace in 2019 and Beyond

By Isabel Valle PCC ACTP, Peak Performance Strategist Global Room It’s the time of year for business professionals to look back on the year’s performance and begin planning their needs for 2019. To any business, human capital is its greatest asset, and the biggest key to achieving business goals. So how can you better prepare […]

Do Your Own Homework!

By Darren Beech, Wealth Planner Expat Financial Planning (Globaleye)  The Offshore Financial Industry Backdrop The offshore market has been saturated with investment and savings plans from companies  based in the Isle of Man. 2019 promised to be a better year for consumers, with the Isle of Man regulator bringing in legislation that forces advisers to disclose […]

Is Thailand’s manufacturing sector vulnerable to a potential slowdown in China?

By Joseph Oliver Willan, Business Development Specialist Baker McKenzie Thailand Thailand has, for the most of its history been a Sinophilic country and enjoyed friendly and productive relations on many levels with China as a major trading partner in the region. However, most recently, Thailand has found itself caught in an escalating power struggle between […]

Counting Down 2019’s Top Digital Marketing Trends

By David Norcross, Managing Director of Lexicon Social media has enjoyed a secure place in our lives for over a decade, and it was always clear that the technology was here to stay. The only question was: How would it fit in with our lifestyles? Was social media destined to become an occasional pastime, or play more […]

How Exceptional Brands Create Exceptionally Loyal Fans

By Dr. Allen Nazeri DDS MBA, Smile Republic Co., Ltd  To become an exceptional company, no matter what industry we are in, requires commitment, dedication & patience. By simply having a fancy tagline, impressive decoration or announcing to the world that we are a first class company, we do not become a 5-star organization. This is […]

Education and Leadership Development

By Jake Varley, Elementary Principal at Berkeley International School As educational leaders, we face great challenges. Sir Ken Robinson observes that ‘the more complex the world becomes, the more creative we need to be to meet its challenges’. For this reason, it is critical to instead look at these challenges as opportunities. Educators today stand before students with […]

Surround yourself with good people…

By  Belinda Skinner, Country Manager at en world Thailand Specialist, Recruitment Consultants You’re only as good as your team… many managers forget this. A high achiever focuses on “me” whereas a true leader will focus on the achievements of the “team”. The sign of a good leader is having a good team behind them. Many managers fear having […]

How to raise a generation of accountable leaders?

By Sebastien De Stoop, Executive Consultant & project manager at Lee Hecht Harrison Thailand As yours certainly, many companies are going through periods of inflection and transformation, and it often means that they are pausing and reflecting on what kind of leadership they need in their companies to drive digital transformation and to make sure they’re able to […]

85 years the legacy of Blackmores: HR Strategy

By Blackmores Thailand Blackmores has been an industry leader in Australia for over 85 years with the vision and passion of one man – Maurice Blackmore(1906-1977), who had ideas about health way ahead of his time. Blackmores has been and industry leader in Australia since 1930. Maurice Blackmore’s belief in the health-giving properties of herbs […]

The Middle Way: Australian leadership in Thailand

By Dr. Scott Berry,  Executive & Technical Coach,  Scott Berry Consulting Group Did you watch the recent dash-cam/smartphone footage of the British-Australian George Collins and the Thai man, Mr Sumeth Lungrathanaphan, in Pattaya last month? If you did, you know that Mr Collins chased Mr Sumeth with a knife because of a perceived driving infraction. Collins then drove […]