On flying back from the USA today, I was pleasantly surprised to learn the article my publisher encouraged me to write on the founding father of modern Singapore, the late Lee Kuan Yew, was just published by the Canadian Institute of Management.
It’s entitled “Leadership Insights from Success of the Highest Order.”
What greater insights on leadership can there be than those demonstrated by success of the highest order? A success that not only span 50 years of track record, but one that will spill over to the next 50 years! A success that impacts not just a company but a nation. One that is not just country-centric but also influences other nations. And this results from, primarily, the leadership of a man and his team!
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Benjamin is author of iPOSSIBLE, a book that gives hope and help to individuals and organisations. It inspires readers with new perspectives and steps to take to turn around challenges and reach new possibilities.
He is called to inspire, influence and impact business owners, executives, those at cross roads in life, and young adults to help change destinies. Benjamin does so by combining his experience, including that of an executive vice president of Singapore Exchange (SGX), previously, with the practical principles of the world’s #1 leadership and management expert, John C. Maxwell. He is also a John Maxwell certified speaker and coach.