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Career Success
APR 5, 2019

The Science of Leadership: Three Ways to Heat up Enthusiasm in Your Organization

…build awareness of themselves to generate their own sense of motivation. This is the ideal of many organizations: professionals who stand as individuals. The self-motivated and successful. Now you’re probably…

Career Success
MAY 14, 2018

Four Unexpected Benefits of “Publicly Open Management”: The Case of Ishizaka Sangyo

…and locals. Usually, companies are concerned that visitors will hinder or disrupt daily operations, but Ishizaka Sangyo views visitors as an important source of employee motivation. The employees I met…

Tech & Innovation
FEB 19, 2018

The Essence of Japanese Philosophy and Innovation at Toyota

How do groundbreaking changes happen? Is it random chance, or can organizations take control to spur innovation?

Career Success
JUN 29, 2017

Good leaders don’t need any extra motivation.

…team—oh, and I have five kids! My answer’s always the same: “I don’t need motivation. If you’re worrying about motivating yourself, it’s already too late.” The feeling of being motivated…

Career Success
OCT 18, 2016

The Best Leaders Are… Different

From migration to trade, aging to climate change, there’s a host of challenges crying out to be dealt with. Why do…

Career Success
JAN 27, 2016

Looking for Work-Life Balance? Forget About it!

Yoshito Hori, president of GLOBIS University, managing partner of GLOBIS Capital Partners, shares his views from an entrepreneur’s perspective.​

Career Success
AUG 10, 2015

How to Create WOW Moments: Top Tips for Lively Sessions

Yoshito Hori, founder of the G1 Institute, shares 6 secrets to arranging lively conference sessions.

Career Success
JUL 23, 2015

How to Create WOW Moments: Yoshito Hori’s Top 6 Techniques

Want to create something memorable? Try these 6 techniques from Yoshito Hori to generate “wow” moments!

Career Success
MAY 21, 2015

Meetings CAN Be Fun: Here’s How

Yoshito Hori shares how he transformed meetings from the outdated Japanese model to a modern, collaborative activity.