2019 Mar. 30 Global Leadership Training

Mar. 30, 2019

2019 Mar. 30
8th Global Leadership Training
“Ethical Leadership”

Dr. Barry Kerzin will teach healthy mind, motivation and Inner Disarmament. This program will be comprised of a combination of lectures and practice.

Leadership can be passive or active. Proactive leadership imbeds an ethical dimension. Leading with integrity and honesty sets a powerful example for the employees. It sets a tone of transparency, and good company mental health. The long-term vision is creating a good reputation. This brings sustainability over the ups and downs of the company. It creates a working environment where employees not only show up physically, but also show up mentally. Employees are inspired to do their best for the company just like in the old days of Japanese companies. These days many large multinational corporations are training their senior managers and executives in ethic leadership. Please join us for this exciting program on ethical leadership.

– Barry Kerzin

【Date】Mar. 30 Sat. 2019 13:30-18:00(open 13:00)

【Venue】 Unilever Japan MAP
Nakameguro GT Tower, 2-1-1, Kami-Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan

【Lecturer】 Dr. Barry Kerzin (in English with Japanese interpretation)

Yuka Shimada (Head of HR, Board of Director at Unilever Japan)
Takahiro Orui (A director of Human Values Institute)

【Fees include Tax】
・Early-bird discount until Jan. 31, 2019: 8000yen
・Feb. 1, 2019 – : 10000yen
・Human Values Members: 8000yen

Organizer: Human Values Institute

【Register】Application form

Movie:Global Leadership “Motivation”

What is true global leadership?

It is NOT just about leaders in politics and business, but also everyone from all walks of life. We would like to take this opportunity to explore global leadership, and practices that will enhance it. We will discover how to bring happiness into successful leadership, to become global leaders ourselves and train the next generation as educators to further cultivate resilience and compassion towards oneself and others. Mindfulness and other meditation will be practiced experientially as well as explained intellectually. On a worldwide level, This theme is already being studied and practiced in several countries, but may be a “new” concept for Japan. We hope to not only introduce “True Global Leadership” during this program but also continue to develop this in the future in Japan, especially for educators and teachers.

The program consists of
-lectures on Global Leadership
-question and answer sessions, and
-mindfulness and meditation practice.


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