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A record-setting 1,000 students participated in the Asia Leadership Conference (ALC) 2017, organized by the Center for Asia Leadership (CAL) at Sunway University on January 14, 2017.
Twenty-two scholars from the Harvard and Northwestern kick-starts the Asia Leadership Trek (ALT) 2017 in Yangon, Myanmar on December 26, 2016.
Ng Beng Lean, shares her thoughts as participant of the 3-day Adaptive Leadership program facilitated by Harvard Professor Dean Williams, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy.
Samuel Kim shares the Center’s significant and meaningful milestones from 2016 and provides thoughts for greater accomplishments in the new year ahead.
The Center announces its eighth Asia Leadership Trek, a socioeconomic and political journey taking place this December 26, 2016 to January 21, 2017
How do you define leadership? Many would probably say leadership is leading a team of followers toward achieving a common goal. However, is this true for the 21st century workplace?
Volunteers from the Center and the Malaysian NGO CyberCare Youth Leadership spend time with 40 refugee youths at the inaugural CAL Community Service program.
An interview with Harvard Professor Dean Williams on the importance of adaptive leadership and being change agents in a new world besieged by dynamic problems.
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.