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Introduction

Nitin Nohria, Dean of Harvard Business School, argues business leaders need to demonstrate moral humility. The next generation must focus on the social consequences of their actions and accept responsibility.

Our Business for Development ½ day workshops take your students into the heart of socially responsible enterprises to explore business adaptability within complex cultural contexts, to build confidence, creativity and collaboration while tackling some of our world’s most pressing issues.

Main Workshop Focus

  • Mentor with a leading social entrepreneur
  • Grow your global intelligence
  • Create a new service perspective
  • Develop awareness of your international leadership potential
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Highlights

  • Meet, workshop and learn from Jimmy Pham, the humble leader of one of Asia’s most successful social enterprises
  • Develop a better understanding of the deep and sustainable impacts business can have on the lives of thousands
  • Explore and discover your leadership potential to impact community development and address important global issues
  • Live and learn in a unique Vietnamese setting

Workshop Hosts: KOTO

“KOTO stands for “know one, teach one,” and it reflects our belief that if you’re in a position where you can help someone less fortunate, then you should help them; and, the greatest thanks you can receive is to one day see that person be in a position to do the same for someone else.”

Jimmy Pham, Founder