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How to show appreciation even you are the office grinch?

How to show appreciation even you are the office grinch? Business Times, 16 Dec 2018 Scan QR code for the article

Use the Right Language During Performance Appraisal & Conversations

“Use the Right Language During Performance Appraisal & Conversations”, The Straits Times, Recruit Section, 19 Jan 2017. Co-written with Dr Paul White Scan QR code for the article https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/use-right-language-during-performance-appraisal-jasmine-liew Article was selected and featured again in The New Paper, 9 Feb 2017, Page 29

OMF Singapore (Overseas Missionary Fellowship)’s Internal Newsletter (July/August 2017)

OMF Singapore (Overseas Missionary Fellowship)’s Internal Newsletter (July/August 2017) Our article “Use the right language” [first published in The Straits Times on 19 January 2017 and thereafter The New Paper on 14 June 2017] issue was selected as a reference article by OMF Singapore (Overseas Missionary Fellowship) as part of their Annual Work Review.  We are honoured to be featured as a reference article. (Partial extraction from the in-house newsletter) Most of you may know of the three popular English-language newspapers distributed in Singapore each weekday, viz Today, The New Paper and The Straits Times. As I was thinking about OMF’s new appraisal, the Work Review to be introduced soon, I came across an article in The New Paper, in the Wed 14 June 2017 issue, entitled “Use the right language” [first published in The Straits Times on 19 January 2017 Quoting from one paragraph in that article: “As a manager, do you have the positive mindset to have an authentic and attentive conversation with your team member? Are you in the right mood and is it the best time of the day? Are you well prepared for what to say (or ask) and how to provide feedback effectively?”

The Forgotten Language All Effective Leaders Must Learn

“The Forgotten Language All Effective Leaders Must Learn”, 19 Jan 2017, co-written with Dr Paul White. Invited by EngageRocket (One of the 4 rising Tech HR Start-ups in Singapore on real-time employee engagement & analytics) to be the guest blog.   One of the top readership amongst the blog posts.

Motivate your people through appreciation

“Motivate your people through appreciation” Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) Today’s Manager Magazine, Issue 4, 2016 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/motivate-your-people-through-appreciation-jasmine-liew?trk=pulse_spock-articles

Developing leaders through Action Learning in Panasonic

Jasmine wrote a case study sharing the success story and approaches to “Developing leaders through Action Learning in Panasonic”, which was publicised in Prof Michael Marquardt’s book “Leadership and Action Learning”.

Preparing for future economy, meeting social needs on the minds of S’poreans for Budget 2016

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/preparing-future-economy-meeting-social-needs-minds-sporeans-budget-2016

REACH Singapore Facebook

Jasmine (in blue jacket) featured as the key facilitator- facilitating a multi-generational group.

Scoliosis Support Singapore

Jasmine is the Co-founder and President of the Scoliosis Support Singapore, a non-profit and non-medical, volunteer support group for people with scoliosis. Through the activities of the Support Group, it aims to increase the awareness of the general public, especially people with scoliosis & their families through non-medical support, advise & friendship among the scoliosis community.

Overcoming the woes of a curved spine

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/health/overcoming-the-woes-of-a-curved-spine-2 (Partial extraction from the article) Scoliosis Support Singapore, the only such group here, provides support to those with the condition. Co-founder and president Jasmine Liew, 40, started the group with fewer than 10 members in 2005 and it now has more than 300. They organise twice-yearly sharing sessions, give talks and make follow-up calls to members who require more information or support. “Back then, there was not much information and few people available to talk to about the condition,” said Ms Liew, who also has scoliosis.