Tag Archives: Leaders

OLD GUARD SACRIFICED A LOT FOR SG, WHAT HAS THE CURRENT GENERATION OF LEADERS SACRIFICED?

Their sacrifices often knows no bound. Some even sacrificed their own reputations. And thanks to all these sacrifices, Singapore became what we are today. Now, turn that around, and ask, what has our current leaders sacrificed? Any hardships they went through to get where they are today? What sacrifices did they make? Would Singapore be where we are today without them? These current leaders, always looking smug, especially when they have nothing good to say about others. Maybe you all should learn a thing or two from the first generation leaders. Too bad that only two of them are left now.

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PM LEE SAID LEADERS MUST BE OPEN TO VIEWS FROM OTHERS. HAHAHA!

PM Lee making us all laugh early this morning. In that sense, he is a terrific PM for Singapore, he knows we all facing Monday Blues, so he is doing his best to help us all laugh to work this Monday morning. He said leaders must remain open to other views, and also important for leaders to not be surrounded by "yes men" who paint only a positive picture. He might say these things, but actually, who in his cabinet listening to him? Most of them are Yes Men in the first place, for them to get to where they are now. Of course, nobody will admit they are Yes Men, so let's just humour them and say they got to where they are through sheer hard work.

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PIONEER GENERATION: PRESENT GROUP OF LEADERS ARE USELESSLY OVERPAID

What's When Wrong? Hi, I belongs to the Pioneer Generation Singaporean, and I likes to share my thoughts with you guys from the first General Election until now. This present group of Leaders even with such a high overpaid salaries and a vast resources in the support system in their Ministries still can make a mess of everything and yet try to persuade and mislead us towards Hell.

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SENIOR MANAGEMENT OF MNC BANKS STILL DOMINATED BY FOREIGNERS

The media reported today (24 Sep) that despite more Singaporeans being appointed regional heads and senior managers at international banks both in Singapore and abroad, not many go on to take on top positions. In June 2014, for example, Mr Shee Tse Koon, 44, was appointed Standard Chartered’s chief executive for Indonesia. The same month, Mr Tan Kock Kheng, 54, was appointed Citi’s global head of local markets risk treasury. Senior bank executives say that while such appointments are encouraging, more can be done to help nurture a more globally competitive workforce here.

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