Successful leaders play a big role in inspiring and engaging others. They focus on team collaboration to build better synergy and increase productivity, share vision by articulating the big picture to others and drive strategy by helping people see their share in that big picture. Emotionally intelligent leaders are able to gauge others' responses and develop reliable ways of communicating with everyone which reflects on the organisation’s performance and emotional climate.
My dear Shawqi,
Thank you so much for your very supportive letter. Though I would have loved to respond to you in greater detail but sadly I am neither in a physical nor mental condition to do so and for which I apologise. When one is on one’s deathbed there are many other issues and subjects that occupy the mind.
It is not customary for me to write to a living organism on its deathbed but sadly I have to do so in order to vent the swelling emotion that is building within me because of the knowledge that you are about to be murdered and so I wish to bid adieu to an old friend and this is one of the way I have chosen to do so.
(Muscat Daily, Jan 6, page 7)
It is quite unfortunate that a civilised society in the state of Kerala, carrying the tagline ‘God’s Own Country’, has been seeing massive protests in the past few days involving various political parties.
What progress has Oman made on its transition towards renewable energy?
Muscat Daily, page 2, December 17
We refer to the news that appeared with regard to stopping new admissions by Waljat College of Applied Sciences.
Digital transformation of people’s lifestyle is the ultimate result of a well-designed city being planned as a smart city. Implementing Smart Cities require a platform and data. Information about the characteristics of the city will be acquired through sensors, their aggregation, analytics and meaningful visualization. All these aspects are fundamentals of IoT and would also bring over a major change in the way Smart Cities are conceptualized, designed and implemented.
Former U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st President of the United States, whose death is being mourned in the United States this week, holds a special place in the hearts of the community at The American International School of Muscat (TAISM) and many people in the Sultanate of Oman.