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The inaugural Global Leadership Trek 2016 welcomes trekkers from Malaysia, Cambodia, Iran and Japan as they journeyed to 3 cities in U.S. to acquire essential interpersonal skills.
Peter K.H. Law, participant of the Case Method Teaching program led by Harvard Professors Kenneth Winston and Mathias Risse, reflects on the journey of a lifetime.
Harvard Professor Kenneth Winston shares insights on why the case method is a profound educational innovation, and how it can help educators prepare students for leadership challenges.
Thirty-two students from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, participates in the “Center for Asia Leadership – Korea Development Leadership Program,” at Handong Global University.
Forty-eight delegates from China, Japan, Korea and Malaysia attends the third Trilateral Leadership Summit organized in Seoul by the Center and Youth Union of Politics and Diplomacy.
Forty-four ambitious delegates signed up for the Asia Leadership Youth and Asia Leadership Scholar 2016 program with the common goal to explore and equip themselves with leadership skills/
This August, Mathias Risse, Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, will be co-facilitating the programs: Personal Leadership: Ethics, Power, and Decision Making; as well as Ethics in Public Life.
Nikki Wang, recounts her learning as a participant of the“Leadership and Innovation” program organized in China and facilitated by Harvard Teaching Fellows.
Lydia Cheah, deliberates five unique takeaways that every alumni of the Center's leadership programs for young talents can relate to.
A Harvard Scholar shares his thoughts of the inaugural Asia Innovation Trek 2016 which explores Asia’s silicon valleys and education hubs in Japan, Taiwan and Korea.