Inspiration from GLOBIS on Leadership & Entrepreneurship | Seminar | Developing Visionary Asian Leaders


Inspiration from GLOBIS on Leadership & Entrepreneurship
- Create and Innovate Societies in Asia


In today’s complex, globalized and technology-enabled world, the effective leadership style has been changed. Especially in Asia, where has gathered more and more attention globally, people are starting to look for a new model of leadership. Have you been pondering over the following questions before?
-   What will be the new roles of Asia?
-   What are the challenges faced by Asia? How to overcome them?
-   What are the new skills needed to lead in Asia?
-   How to develop entrepreneurship and leadership in talents?

Seminar Details
When 20 May 2014 (Tue) - 20 May 2014 (Tue)
15:00 - 17:30 (Venue opens at 14:30)
Where Pan Pacific Singapore Hotel, Pacific 1, Level 1(
Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Boulevard
Marina Square, Singapore 039595

Registration Fee Free Admission
Target Management/ HR Professionals/ General Public
Language English
Capacity 100
Speakers Yoshito Hori


Yoshito Hori
Mr. Yoshito Hori established GLOBIS Management School in 1992 and GLOBIS Capital Partners in 1996. In 2003, GLOBIS started its original MBA program which, in 2006, received accreditation from the Japanese Ministry of Education and gained university status. GLOBIS started a part-time MBA program in English in 2009 and a full-time MBA program in English in 2012.
A Harvard MBA graduate and former Sumitomo Corporation employee, Mr. Hori founded the Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) Japan Chapter and became the first board member from Asia in charge of VP, Asia Pacific region. He also served on the World Economic Forum (WEF)'s New Asian Leaders Executive Committee, as well as the Harvard Business School Alumni Board from 2005 to 2008. Currently, Mr. Hori is a board member of the Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives), a member of the Global Agenda Council on New Models of Leadership of WEF, and serves as co-chair of Global Growth Companies of WEF.
In 2008, he launched the G1 summit, hoping to create the Japanese version of the Davos Forum. After the earthquake of March 2011, he started “Project KIBOW” to support the rebuilding of the disaster-affected areas. The following year Project KIBOW was incorporated as the KIBOW Foundation, which he serves as chairman. Mr. Hori has authored several books including “Visionary Leaders who Create and Innovate Societies,” “Six Dimensions of Life,” and “My Personal Mission Statement.”
Mr. Hori received his BS in Engineering from Kyoto University and his MBA from Harvard Business School.
He is an avid swimmer and enjoys spending time with his family, especially with his five sons.