Archive for Month: June 2020
“Once we learn to reframe how we see the crisis, we are capable of turning it into opportunity.” – Kay Thwe Tin Win
I have always been eager to learn about Luxury Brand Management. I wanted to work for a multi-national company where I could experience a diverse work environment and work with professionals from whom I could learn. I started working for BMW six years ago. I have been a fan of the brand for a long time. As one of the world’s leading premium car brands, I am excited to be a part of bringing its products and services to Myanmar.
Listen to our first episode in the TRUSTWORTHY leadership podcast by DeBoer Fellowship. Through this podcast, we bring a collection of experts who share best practices and practical tools to help you become a more effective leader. We focus our insights for leaders in Myanmar and Southeast Asia. This is Trustworthy. This is your reliable source on leadership.
We are in a rare time in human history. With so much change and uncertainty, leaders like you must be equipped with the best leadership practices to use within your organizations and communities. On this episode, Myanmar leadership development expert and host,
In this short TED Talk, “A guide to collaborative leadership,” Lorna Davis explains the difference between what she calls “hero leadership” and “interdependent leadership” and how the world requires collaboration in order to solve complex challenges.
She describes the “hero leader” as someone who presents the image that they have the right answer. In these situations, followers often are not engaged, assuming they have no role in achieving a solution. Yet, Davis shares, “in a world as complex and interconnected as ours is,
Has the novelty of working from home worn out? Are you exhausted from balancing home and work priorities at the same time? Do you always feel “on”? We recommend this summary of Harvard Business Review’s (HBR) article, 3 Tips to Avoid WFH Burnout, written by Laura M. Giurge and Vanessa K. Bohns. Include these daily practices into your schedule to help prevent “burnout” while working from home.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of workers have moved suddenly to remote work throughout the world.
YANGON, Myanmar, June 5, 2020
From 2014 until 2020, the DeBoer Fellowship has offered a one-year “Core” class for Myanmar’s mid-career leaders. We have been gratified to see the program so enthusiastically received by over 250 remarkable Fellows. We also want them to become the greatest leaders they can be, so the DeBoer Fellowship has decided to offer more advanced training.
The DeBoer Fellowship is committed to continual improvement. We are excited about the following innovations.
- We will launch a “Legacy” class in early 2021 – All DeBoer Fellows of 2019 or earlier will be eligible to apply to become “Legacy Fellows.” If selected,