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Winning With Honour: In Relationships, Family, Organisations, Leadership, And Life, Hardback Book

Winning With Honour: In Relationships, Family, Organisations, Leadership, And Life Hardback


Following the success of their first book 'The Leader, The Teacher, & You', which won the Singapore Literature Book Prize in the Non-Fiction Category in 2014, Siong Guan and Joanne H Lim have collaborated again to produce their new book 'Winning with Honour: In Relationships, Family, Organisations, Leadership, and Life'.

The book draws upon wisdom from history, geography, culture, religion, the wisdom of the ancients, as well as writings and examples from all over the world.

The book posits that there is a universality in the message of Honour that can prove valuable to all who would care to reflect on how to sustain success in one's life, family, community, organisation and/or nation.The purpose of this book is to invite you to think about what winning in life actually means, and seeks to raise consciousness about the virtue of Honour in our lives, particularly in the two dimensions of 'Honouring Our Word' and 'Honouring Each Other'.Segmented into 10 parts and drawing from a collection of wisdom literature, the book posits that Honour does not just explain Singapore's journey from Third World Economy to First World Economy in a generation, but is an essential virtue that undergirds purposefulness in life, happiness in family, stability in society, advantage in business, success in leadership, and security in the nation.

Written in a unique format that is accessible to people from all walks of life, the book seeks to showcase what is possible if imagination and human enterprise are coupled with honour.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 472 pages
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Management & management techniques
  • ISBN: 9789813108639

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