Taking a quick break from giving leadership programs to senior and mid-level managers, the Center for Asia Leadership (CAL) is investing in the leaders of the future by organizing a conference featuring leadership and innovation frameworks and ideas from Ivy League universities, for more than a hundred Filipino scholars, on Aug. 8 in Taguig City.
Kids will be joining the Center for Asia Leadership (CAL)’s brand-new workshops on communication and creativity based on Harvard frameworks and ideas, on July 30-31 and August 1-2 at the Graduate Centre, Sunway University.
Everyone is familiar with the Indian story of six blind travellers that come across an elephant.
Junior-level managers and working professionals are all invited to benefit from Harvard thought leadership on change-making through the Executive Leadership School (ELS) from August 20 to 22, 2019 in this city.
Center for Asia Leadership (CAL) in partnership with Kolej Sunway Kuching is bringing the “Ivy League university experience” of learning and change leadership to Sarawak students next month.
How does change happen and what is needed to sustain it? What forces need to be at work for change leadership to create lasting impact? Responding to the need to break down the science of change-making in the 21st century, the Center for Asia Leadership will be launching on July 22 CAL Online at http://online.asialeadership.org.
“Kids don’t remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” ~ Jim Henson
So your teenager is constantly on their phone, obsesses over their IG feed or Snapchat, and while you know he/she is smart, motivated, and friendly, you wonder whether they have the life skills to succeed in the 21st century workforce.
If we look at government the same way we look at business, and our politicians as managers, then that would make us citizens its shareholders. Sadly, we Filipinos would have to give our country failing, or at best, uneven marks. Despite its mandate to help citizens enjoy better quality of life, the government seems to be perpetuating a broken system that still sees millions stuck in poverty with thousands more preferring to leave the country.
Turning 40 last year certainly put me into deep reflection mode. I realized that it has been some time since I have thought about who I was becoming, where I was, and the work I was doing.