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How Parenthood Shapes Leadership

Sheila Singam, Founder, Human Equation

10-May-22 12:00

How Parenthood Shapes Leadership

Bringing up children and leading a company might sound like two completely unrelated responsibilities, but in reality, they interconnect. In conjunction with Mother’s Day last weekend, we celebrate leaders at work and at home, as we speak to Sheila Singam, founder of Human Equation to understand the bigger picture of how parenthood helps shape leaders better.

Image Credit: Shutterstock | YAKOBCHUK VIACHESLAV

Produced by: Freda Liu, Lily Chai

Presented by: Christine Wong, Freda Liu


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