Arbinger Blogs

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | January 19, 2021

The best measurement for results is our “impact” – how we put in our effort, and whether we are helpful to others we work with.

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | January 12, 2021

Collaboration does not simply mean two or more people “work together” on the same thing.

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | January 5, 2021

When dealing with all kinds of life disruptions, we don’t need to all grit and grind our way through them, there actually is a simpler solution.

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | December 29, 2020

Have you ever wondered which “You” is the real “You”?

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | December 22, 2020

Hurt people, hurt people. Healed people heal people. Within these eight words lies tremendous perspective.

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | December 15, 2020

Even with instincts, you cannot avoid cognitive thinking processes consciously or subconsciously.

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | December 8, 2020

We cannot change mindset, unless we change the mindset in a man (or a woman, of course).

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | December 1, 2020

Being right, often is about ego. Ego is not the focus in this article.

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia | November 24, 2020

The development of compassion and understanding for others can bring us the tranquillity and happiness we all seek.

By The Arbinger Institute  |  June 10, 2020

When people take ownership and feel accountable for a change process, it drastically increases the success rate.

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  March 23, 2020

The human factor in change.

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  March 23, 2020

Change management is everywhere, in everything and part of every organization’s efforts to transform.

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  March 23, 2020

How we see others determines the strength and authenticity of our relationships.

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  March 20, 2020

What ingredients does successful leadership need?

By Pang Zijun, Facilitator/Implementation Consultant, Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  February 4, 2020

What problem does the teacher lurking outside your classroom reveal about the current evaluation and performance management strategies?

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  January 16, 2020

Relationships are critical to the quality of conversations and engagements we have, and can largely determine many things including the quality of our success, performance, opportunities, career decisions, quality of our lives and more.

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  April 25, 2019

Without the right mindset, even the noblest of values may fail to be lived up to its spirit by individuals in an organisation.

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  July 11, 2017

In a world filled with distractions, how can leaders rise above the noise and discern what is the best for their organisations?

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  November 8, 2016

Why do organisations find it challenging to manifest their organisational values in their actions?

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  July 23, 2015

What would you do differently if you considered your impact on those around you?

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  March 16, 2015

“Supply accountability simply means helping our direct reports hold themselves accountable for their impact rather than being held accountable.”

By Senthiyl S S G, Director (Consulting), Arbinger Singapore/Malaysia  |  January 29, 2015

As leaders, we may have wondered, how should we pursue results and performance while still honoring our employees and seeing people as people?