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AMA's Advanced Executive Leadership Program in Japanese

Course Summary

Executive leadership training is the first step on the road to achieving your potential as a leader.

You’ll come away with an understanding of what makes executive leadership different from other kinds of leadership roles, how to shape organizational excellence, which global competencies are critical to success today and how to gain personal mastery of your own leadership. And you will profit from the shared insights and experiences of peers who, like you, are senior managers looking for answers through advanced executive leadership training.


  • Fee
  • 247,500 yen (
  • Venue
  • TBD
  • Language
  • Delivery Language: Japanese Material Language: English
  • Hosted by
  • Quintegral Ltd.
  • Location
  • Online/Tokyo/Osaka/Nagoya/Others
  • Duration
  • 3 days(9:30-17:30)
  • PDU
  • Power Skills: 21.0

Select date & time

  • Nov.06-08,2024 09:30~17:30 @Online
  • Apr.21-23,2025 09:30~17:30 @Online

Important Notice

  • ● Material Language: English; Delivery Language: Japanese; Participants are asked to read English instructions before exercises.
  • ● Live online seminar is delivered using Zoom.

How You Will Benefit

  • ● Become a change master who encourages innovative thought and behavior
  • ● Set the right vision for your team, department and organization
  • ● Understand how to plan for a successful future
  • ● Align the workforce to achieve heightened performance and increased bottom-line results
  • ● Discover the power of emotional intelligence—leading with a healthy and wise demeanor
  • ● Flex your executive leadership styles when there are changes in people and conditions
  • ● Ensure that your behavior is always ethical, reflective of your organization’s values

Who Should Attend

  • Executives,directors and managers seeking executive leadership training to strengthen their skills to help them motivate and inspire others to drive results.

Course Outline

1. Driving Change
 - State the Reasons Why Organizations and People Resist Change
 - Use Specific “Tactics” to Drive Change and Promote Innovation in the Work Environment
 - Apply Leadership Actions That Will Facilitate Change in the Workplace

2. Vision, Values and Ethics
 - Articulate Clarified Mission and Vision Statements Developed in the Workplace
 - Assess Organizational Response from Mission/Vision Work Already Completed
 - Articulate the Relationship Between Ethics and the Success of a Vision
 - Describe Organizational Values
 - Plan a Workplace Approach for Promoting Organizational Values Through Ethical Leadership Behaviors

3. Role of the Leader
 - Apply Concepts of Manager vs. Leader Roles, Revisited and Reinforced from Other Prior Leadership Learning Experiences
 - Differentiate the Learning Environment from the Teaching Environment
 - Identify Your Personal Behavioral Preferences and Modify Them Proactively to Increase Your Leadership Effectiveness
 - Learn the Principal Concepts That Define and Enhance EQ: Emotional Intelligence
 - Identify a Source of Personal Emotional Energy

4. Risk, Resilience, and Alignment
 - Define Motivators in Both Reporting and Non-Reporting Relationships
 - Identify Your Executive Leadership Competencies and Target Areas for Improvement
 - Assess the Risk-Taking Climate in Your Organization
 - Explore the Role of Risk in Building Individual and Organizational Resilience
 - Identify Actions to Build Alignment Around the Organizational and Unit Vision

5. Turnaround—The Simulation
 - Apply All Seminar Concepts in a Simulated Case
 - Relate Concepts of Team Dynamics to Your Actual Experience
 - Recognize Successful Team Behaviors
 - Complete a Self-Assessment of Learning from the Seminar
 - Identify Strategies for Use Back at Work
 - Assess Your Progress in Using Team Decision-Making Skills Learned in The Ethical Challenge

6. Polish the Plan
 - Finalize Specific Actions You Will Take Immediately After the Seminar
 - Reinforce the Network of Relationship/Friendships Formed with other Team Members and the Entire Group
 - Celebrate Completion of This Program!

Prerequisite / Pre-Assignment

English reading skills are required.

contact us

Monday - Friday 9:00-17:30

Closed: Saturday, Sunday, National Holidays, New Years holidays (12/29-1/4)