The ancient Chinese philosophers and thinkers fully subscribed to the importance of good leadership especially the wisdom of a ruler or leader. All the ancient philosophers reviewed extensively and discussed the wisdom of a wise ruler. They derived that a good leader is built on a foundation of moral authority as well as in the setting of a virtuous example for his subordinates to follow.
Wisdom is an integration of intelligence with experience and an integration of science and philosophy. Wisdom comes from living, from making mistakes, from listening to others and learning from others. This concept of ‘leadership by wisdom’ is highly relevant to today’s leadership study and development. The wisdom of a leader should embrace the virtues of benevolence and morality with deep insights and creativity in perspective. It is insufficient for a leader to be knowledgeable or intelligent yet far from wise. In today’s context, many leaders at organizational, national and international levels are grossly lacking in the wisdom to lead others. Wisdom is still a deficit in many of our world leaders today.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;
This 2-Day Workshop is customized for senior executives from organizations with International Business. It enables participants to embark on careers with global responsibilities and leadership. It also provides opportunities to deepen essential skill-sets to navigate, lead and overcome the complexity of overseas markets.
The evolution of Chinese culture and why are hundreds of Harvard students studying ancient Chinese philosophies?
Overview of Chinese philosophy and leadership followed by a brief review of the ancient Chinese ruler-ship or emperor-ship
What is leadership from the Chinese perspective? What is wisdom?
Discussion of Legalistic approach and develop a list of traits of a bureaucratic and disciplined leader such as:
Dr. Sheh Seow Wahserves as a Management Consultant, Research Consultant, Seminar and Conference Speaker and Industry Trainer for several institutions for the past 20-25 years in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. His areas of specialization include Chinese classics, Chinese Family Business, Change Management and Research and Leadership and Management.
Currently, he is the Associate Lecturer for Singapore University of Social Sciences, RMIT-SIM (over 12 years) and University of Warwick, the UK for supervising Master degree candidate. He is the Adjunct Research Fellow for University of South Australia successfully supervised 18 doctorate students in Singapore/Hong Kong/China/Malaysia since 2002. He had sat on the Editorial Board of Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies journal.