THE GLOBIS DIFFERENCE

PERSONAL MISSION

GLOBIS exists to educate ambitious leaders and create positive changes in society. This is why we emphasize developing Kokorozashi – A personal mission in life. GLOBIS students are given ample opportunities to think deeply about their mission and build on their passions with a range of specialized courses.

  • Kokorozashi
  • The Japanese term “Kokorozashi” is interpreted by GLOBIS as having a personal mission, the very core of a leader’s strength.

Related Courses

Leadership Development

Using GLOBIS’ 360-degree Leadership Skill Survey, students learn to pinpoint their current strengths and weaknesses. They then receive recommendations for daily development in order to move closer to their image of the “Ideal Leader”.

Keiei Dojo

Unlike any course taught at a conventional business school, Keiei Dojo is a lively discussion-based class where students study inspiring texts and share their findings with classmates. The books and articles that students are asked to read are on topics that have impacted leaders and entrepreneurs. Through this, students discover what it takes to become a leader, what the may be missing, and where they need to push themselves.

  • Aya Murota
    Japan, MBA of 2013

“GLOBIS is a place where you can expand your horizons and gain inspiration. Meeting so many amazing people from different backgrounds has really helped put my own goals into perspective and reflect on my personal mission in life. I’ve just started studying, but I can see a lot of GLOBIS graduates have gone on to start their own business, something which I never would have considered before.”

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  • Aya Murota
    Japan, MBA of 2013

“GLOBIS is a place where you can expand your horizons and gain inspiration. Meeting so many amazing people from different backgrounds has really helped put my own goals into perspective and reflect on my personal mission in life. I’ve just started studying, but I can see a lot of GLOBIS graduates have gone on to start their own business, something which I never would have considered before.”

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