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    Becoming a high-performance team

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 14/02/2020

    » Rapid changes in the competitive landscape and consumer behaviour, along with new business opportunities, compel organisations these days to change continuously to become more effective and customer-driven.


    Reading as a way to a better life

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 18/12/2019

    » It was an eye-opener for me to read the latest Pisa results that show how well -- or poorly -- our young people are doing when it comes to learning. Pisa 2018, or Programme for International Student Assessment, measures 15-year-olds' ability to use their reading, mathematics and science knowledge. The survey, the seventh of its kind, is conducted every three years. Reading is considered by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development as the headline indicator of education potential.


    Leadership with a human capital focus

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 23/11/2019

    » No matter how much technology advances, we as human beings still need to have leaders. If a CEO wants to have outstanding organisational performance, he or she has to lead and let the people below lead their teams as well. Leadership is never out of fashion. We just need to revisit the issue occasionally in order to catch up with the latest trends.


    Leaders need the right view from the start

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 16/08/2019

    » It's not easy living in today's chaotic world. The good news is we are all growing used to it, but the bad news is the pace of change is only going to get faster. Many people also see increasing evidence that we are living in a society of unreason. Like it or not, human beings often do things without thoroughly thinking them through.


    Why companies need a moral compass

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 12/12/2018

    » The recent news about Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn sent shockwaves through the automotive industry and the global business community. Since joining Nissan in 1999, Mr Ghosn had become a corporate superhero and role model, turning around a troubled company and delivering outstanding results.


    Leadership for ethical practice

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 06/09/2018

    » Life is not easy for business leaders in these hectic and uncertain times. Besides managing themselves, they must effectively manage their people in order to reach business goals and stay ahead of the competition. They cannot do all of this by themselves. The secret is to manage and work through their people.


    Finding quality successors with growth potential

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 03/07/2018

    » An organisation is a gathering place for people from all walks of life. When the organisation has the right combination of people, it excels. If not, it fails. The critical factor is always having the right people at the right time. In reality, this is rarely possible; people coming and going is a fact of corporate life. Hence, it is more practical to have the right successor on hand when the organisation needs one.


    The right coaching approach for success

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 26/05/2018

    » In order to groom successors for top positions in an organisation, the CEO usually faces one critical question: should they be developed by enhancing their strengths or closing the gaps in their weaknesses?


    Following in the footsteps of King Bhumibol

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 23/10/2017

    » It was heartbreaking news for Thai people when they heard that their beloved King had passed away on Oct 13, 2016. During his 70-year reign, King Bhumibol Adulyadej did so many things and taught us so many valuable lessons that have helped to guide us in how to properly behave and manage ourselves and our society.


    Low-potential people also deserve an opportunity to grow

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 05/10/2017

    » It is a common belief that taking good care of people in a business organisation will encourage them to deliver excellent performance in the long term. However, not all executives practise what they preach. This may reflect a number of factors, including heavy work pressure, the inability of the subordinates themselves, or their low perceived growth potential.

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