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2021年11月16日更新

FY2021

Corina Riantoputra

Corina RIANTOPUTRA

Specially Appointed Professor, Institute for Global Leadership

Corina RIANTOPUTRA, who is currently a Specially-Appointed Professor at the Institute for Global Leadership, Ochanomizu University, is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Psychology at University of Indonesia. She received her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from University of New South Wales, Australia. Her research focuses on the psychological aspect of leadership, organizational behavior, knowledge management and strategic human resource management. She has published numerous articles in journals such as Human Resource Development InternationalAdvances in Developing Human ResourcesCareer Development Quarterly, and Journal of Management Development. She has been a member of international research projects, including the GLOBE (Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness) research (2020-2021) and the Psychological, Social and Cultural Factors important for an Individual’s Willingness to Retrain/Upskill research (2019 – 2020: Team leader).
Posting Period 2021.10-2022.2
Research interests Leadership: From the perspective of psychology and organizational behavior research

Special Lecture

(Graduate school)

【Course Title】

・International Seminar for Gender Equality I

This course is titled Leadership and Organizational Behavior, which discusses leaders and their traits, attitudes, styles, and characteristics. In other words, the organizational behaviors that are discussed in this course is micro-organizational behavior focusing on the leaders’ behaviors and skills. This course is constructed on the presumption that each one of you aspires to be a leader and that leadership characteristics, styles and skills can be shaped. Thus, this course aims to assist you in, not only understanding leadership theories and analyzing leadership practices, but also to develop important leadership qualities. Based on leadership theories and current research on leadership, this course aims to provide an introductory understanding of leadership and organizational behavior theories, to assists students in exercising psychological-scientific ways of thinking in comprehending leadership practices and to facilitate students in understanding their behaviors and characteristics as leaders.

FY2020-2021

CHO Sung Nam

CHO Sung Nam

Specially Appointed Professor, Institute for Global Leadership

Sung-Nam CHO, who is currently a Specially-Appointed Professor at the Institute for Global Leadership, Ochanomizu University, is Professor Emeritus at Ewha Womans University, South Korea and former Director of Ewha Institute for Leadership Development. A sociologist, she received her Ph.D. from the Department of Sociology at University of Hawaii, USA. Her main research interests include the family, population aging and health service utilization. Her major publications include books entitled Age-Boom Generation: Preparing for the Aging SocietyKoreans in the USAbortions in Korea and Qualitative Methodology. She has also served in several positions in academia including Vice President of the Korean Social Science Council, President of the Korean Federation of Women Professors and President of the Korean Sociological Association.
Posting Period 2021.3-2022.3
Research interests Leadership Research and Education

Special Lecture

(Graduate school)

【Course Title】

・International Seminar for Leadership I

This course aims at enhancing a general understanding of the dynamic nature of leadership and gender. This course purposes to understand both theoretical analysis and practical knowledge on leadership by analyzing a variety of different subjects. In the era of globalization any single perspective cannot fully explain the background and the characteristic features of global agendas on leadership and gender. Based on lectures by the instructor and guest speakers, and team-project, students will understand multilateral aspects of the current global issues on leadership and gender and they will learn how to analyze and solve those issues.

 

・International Seminar for Leadership II

Why is the development of women’s leadership becoming more critical for the future society? Why should women leaders’ role and qualities be attended to and emphasized? By addressing these questions, this course aims at introducing a new leadership paradigm that adequately fits to the changing new global environment in the era of the fourth industrial revolution. This course aims to identify a novel leadership model for the new era, as most of the pre-existing leadership models were primarily based on the Western and male-dominant perspective. With the awareness that pre-existing leadership models cannot adequately address the directions for the women leaders of the global society in the future, this course offers to widen its perspective through the understanding of Asian women and Asian women leadership, in particular. It also evokes a fruitful discussion on cultural and historical Asian values of women leadership, and finally expand the effective agendas for women leadership in the Asian region.
Within each of the broad topics considered in the course, we seek to achieve three central objectives: (1) examine some of the most salient features of existing leadership models; (2) explore the differences and similarities between male and female leadership from the comparative perspective; and (3) discuss some of the key problems that existing leadership models face, and research agendas posed by these problems.

FY2016-2018

Karen SHIRE

Karen SHIRE
Specially Appointed Professor, Institute for Global Leadership https://www.uni-due.de/soziologie/shire_zurperson.php
Posting Period 2016.10-2018.9
Research interests Comparative Sociology and Japan Studies

Special Lecture

(Graduate school)

Promoting Women in Global Leadership – A Comparative Perspective
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