World-Class Leadership Development ワールドクラス・リーダーシップ教育

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The 3 Main Business Hubs of Asia

We offer offices and services in Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong, major business hubs in Asia. By gaining cultural understanding and working with top universities within the respective regions, the clients can grasp necessary skills to be successful in a globalized business world.

Partner Institutions

Rikkyo University
Graduate School
responsible for "Leadership Theory" seminars as a professor
at the Graduate School of Business Administration
NTT Learning Systems Corporation
co-developing public seminars on the “1-Day MBA” and
various skills necessary in a globalized world
NEC Management
Partner, Ltd.
co-developing public seminars on the "1-Day MBA"
Nikkei Business Publications, Inc.
regularly publishing a column about the 1-Day MBA program
Drucker Workshop
a member and regular attendee of the association
National University of Singapore (NUS)
partnership with NUS Executive Education (eMBA program)
University of Hong Kong(HKU)
partnership with the HKU Business School

Professors, Lecturers, and Consultants

Tetsuya Abe
Professor of Rikkyo
Graduate School
  • leadership
  • global executive
    development
  • entrepreneurship
Eichi Kasahara
Professor of Rikkyo
Graduate School
  • strategy
  • marketing
  • executive
    development
Satoshi Hayashima
  • strategy
  • marketing
  • innovation


Terumi Laskowsky
Lecturer at Temple
University
  • global leadership
  • negotiation
  • cross-cultural
    communication
Michael Benoliel
Professor of Singapore
Management University
  • global negotiation
  • cross-cultural
    communication
Mio Takahashi
  • leadership & coaching
  • EQ development
Tatsuaki Ohara
Associate Professor at
BBT University
  • accounting
  • finance
Kazushi
Wakabayashi
  • global negotiation
  • management control

Books

World-Class Leadership
This book explains four different aspects of leadership: self, team, global and social. It also includes discussions with executives and middle-level employees, university researchers and students. Written in a simple and accessible manner, this book will be of interest to anyone who wishes to learn and implement excellent leadership styles.