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LDTP 2019

The Leadership Development Training Program (LDTP)

Programa para dueños, ejecutivos o managers senior de una organización


28 de octubre al 8 de noviembre, 2019

Fecha límite para aplicar

19 de agosto, 2019


Tokyo Kenshu Center (TKC, Tokyo)


1.To deepen participants’ understanding of the basics of leadership and to develop their own pet theories of leadership that they should focus on by reflecting on their own past experience.

2. To help participants widen their perspectives as leaders and to become able to formulate an action plan to be implemented, with respect to the challenges faced within the participant’s own company or organization by exercising their leadership, after returning to their own country.

Course Directors

Prof. Atsutoshi OSHIMA,

Miyagi University.

As a chief consultant with Mitsubishi UFJ Research Consulting Firm, Prof Oshima was engaged in a great deal of research for government agencies and consultation work for private companies from the aspects of “human resources”, “utilization of IT”, and “global point of view”. Also as an expert on loan to the APEC Secretariat for Human Resources Development, he promoted industry-government-academia cooperation, conducting lectures on leadership development and utilization of IT.

Currently as a professor at Miyagi University, he teaches business strategy and leadership, and at the same time he promotes the industry-government-academia consociation and conducts the courses for leadership development for local industry. He is also in charge of teaching at Rikkyo University (e-business and marketing, business information) and he is a researcher at Showa Women’s University.

He has authored many books and research papers, and lectured more than 150 times in Japan and overseas.

*APEC: The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation

Como Aplicar

  1. Revisa el programa que te interesa descargando la documentación y leyendo el Program Outline.
  2. Escribir a y solicita aplicar al programa.
  3. Llena el pre-registro
  4. Llena los documentos de aplicación.
  5. Envia los documentos de aplicación en formato electrónico a para una primera revisión (Dos semanas antes de la fecha de cierre en Monterrey). Se hará una retroalimentación de la aplicación.
  6. Una vez aprobados, se deben imprimir y firmar los documentos y entregar fisicamente para su envio a Japón (1 semana antes de cierre en Japón)
  7. Hacer el pago de envio de la mensajería Monterrey-Japón.