Leadership training

April 26, 2008

I previously blogged my thoughts having heard Chandren Nair speak in Hong Kong. I concluded by saying Imitating and copying the dominant imperial culture has never been a good thing. Rome, London and Washington all suffer over history as a result and create suffering in their own turn. Hopefully more will pick it up and will see Asian developed business schools in Singapore rather than outposts of European and American Universities. I know learn of a new leadership programme organised by Chandren Nair which looks interesting. The thing I like about it is its action orientation.

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