Ｌｅａｄｅｒｓｈｉｐ Factors What are the major factors of leadership in business and education? 1 Lead yourself before you lead others. • A leader of any organization has to lead herself or himself before leading other people. A leader should know the components of leadership and membership in organization. 2 Building trust and credibility • Developing trusting relationships with your clients is vital to your business success as well. No matter what business you are in, the most powerful value-added contribution you can make to any business relationship is the trust factor. • How can you get trust? • To be trusted you must………………… • To be respected you must…………….. • To be loved you must ………………….. Ｌｅａｄｅｒｓｈｉｐ Factors in Business • 1 Building trust and credibility • 2. Quick Decision and Taking Responsibility (VTR) • 3 Better benefits for the workers. (Nagoaoka, Kosaka) • 4 Gender balance and Empowerment in the organization • 5 Cross-cultural literacy and multi-cultural literacy • 6 CSR • 7 Environmentally friendly and ecological management • 8 Problem shooter: Kaizen and Genchi Genbutsu: TOYOTA 9 Fostering Teamwork and Sense of Belonging to the company • 10 Long and short-term perspectives and prediction • 11 Culture and humanity The Goals of the Executive Development Program at University of Colombia • Increase your capacity to think strategically. • Develop an empowering leadership approach. • Strengthen your ability to understand—and manage—change. • Foster cross-functional collaboration. • Maximize individual and team performance. • Learn to analyze financial statements. • Formulate more accurate projections to enhance your company‟s profitability. Building trust and credibility • Building trust and credibility does not happen overnight. • To cultivate trust, it takes the risk of being open with clients and prospects. • This enables them to perceive you as a real person with strengths and weaknesses that come into play as the relationship develops. • When trust is reciprocal, you will find that your confidence in others is rewarded by their support and reinforcement of what you also stand for as a business entity. (2006-07-21 / Author: Robert L Moment) CSR and Environmental Awareness • Market-based instruments can achieve some environmental objectives for less economic cost than conventional approaches. • Geneva, 23 February 2009 - All businesses ・all economic activities ・depend on ecosystem services. Thus it is in the interests of business in general and companies in particular to help maintain and enhance those services. Market- based instruments can achieve some environmental objectives for less economic cost than conventional approaches. Business leaders gather in London for UN poverty summit • Business leaders gather in London for UN poverty summit • By Newswire Newsletter 22 July 2008 • Reuters reports that the United Nations and the British government have organized a meeting that would see some of the world’s largest corporations discuss their strategies to boost global anti-poverty programs. U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown and United Nations Development Program Administrator Kemal Dervis are set to welcome some 80 chief executives of multinationals in a forum that would highlight the importance of the role of the corporate world in poverty fight. At the “Business Call to Action,” several of these magnates will talk about their company‟s anti-poverty efforts. “This year must be a year of action if we are to tackle the development emergency we face. Without an extraordinary effort, we will fail,” Brown stated. “Businesses are engines of growth and sustainable development. Creative approaches and partnerships are essential in catalyzing vibrant new markets that can contribute to advancing inclusive growth and development,” Dervis remarked. Leadership in Education • Promote students‟ humanity and academic achievement • Support and develop a talented staff • Build a solid organizational structure • Creating several learning and enlightening communities involved in students, teachers and administrators within school building • Building rapport and supportive systems for young students together with parents. • Ethical leadership in order to foster a good citizen in local and global communities Professional Leadership by Principal Dame Sharon Hollows, Calverton Elementary School Dame Sharon Hollows became a teacher in 1979. She started her career in London. After rapid promotion, she became head teacher at Calverton in the East End of London. Calverton appeared in the press, described as one of the worse schools in the country. Within three years, Calverton became the most improved primary school in the country, with results far exceeding those achieved in far more affluent areas. Solo savior on the streets Osamu Mizutani • Yomawari Sensei (Teacher on a Night Beat) Osamu Mizutani • Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006 The Japan Times • YOKOHAMA'S 'NIGHT GUARD„ • For the past 14 years, former high-school teacher Osamu Mizutani has had no rest as he has devoted himself to helping troubled youths put their lives back in order. • Osamu Mizutani Widely known as yomawari sensei (the night guard-teacher) for his nightly patrols to encourage kids hanging around the streets to return to regular life, 49- year-old Mizutani regularly has to deal with motorcycle gangs and gangsters as he strives to turn youngsters away from lives of crime. • Once he was even forced by an underworld boss to crush the tip of his own finger in order to help a Taiwanese youth sever ties with a crime syndicate. Osamu Mizutani • Now, with more teens becoming hikikomori recluses, suffering from abuse at home or giving up on their future in a society they perceive of as fraught with socio-economic change, Mizutani has been busier than ever. Two years ago his book "Yomawari Sensei" touched a raw nerve when it was published. About 350,000 copies have been sold to date in Japan, with another 51,000 sold in translation in South Korea since 2004 and publication eyed soon in Taiwan.
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