As women, we are often told that we don’t say yes enough. The finding from an internal report by Hewlet Packard served to strengthen this point: “Men apply for a job when they are 60% qualified, and women only apply when they are sure they are 100% qualified.
Networking: The Power of Your Outer Circle
Rethinking networking – understand the power of your outer circle to enhance your creativity. Every person you encounter teaches you an important lesson.
Medicine in the Age of Disinformation | Asia Europe Foundation Education
First published on the Asia Europe Foundation Education Blog. The ease of putting up and accessing information online contributes to the burgeoning of pseudoscience. Scientific literacy is the key to solve this issue.
The Kalsom Movement: Transforming Education
Transforming education: The Kalsom Movement has grown from a small motivational camp in 1994 to a student-led for underprivileged students in Malaysia.
International Women’s Day 2019: Four Inspirational Women in Science | Royal Commonwealth Society
First published on the Royal Commonwealth Society website. I was one of the four inspirational women Royal Commonwealth Society Associate Fellow in science for International Women’s Day (IWD) 2019.
In the Pursuit of a Great Education and Career | Phenotype, Issue 32 HT 2019
First published in Phenotype, a journal of the Oxford University Biochemistry Society. Personal reflections in pursuing a great education and career in medicine as an ambitious young woman amidst societal expectations.
Building Resilience: Dealing with Grief and Failure for So-Called Type A Personalities
I draw on my experiences as a so-called type A character, in dealing with grief and failure and coming out triumphant and thriving.
What Makes You An Effective Leader? | Leaderonomics.com
First published on the Leaderonomics.com on 28th May 2018.