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©DAR 2016
Dzulkifli Abdul Razak
ProsPER.Net & AKEPT Aug 8, 2016
INDIGENOUS SD
LEADERSHIP
SKILLS
NURTURING LOCAL LEADERSHIP...
©DAR 2016
pre-Brundtland, ancient (?)
• definition: sejahtera
• balanced, harmonious, organic
• people-driven
• values, et...
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?
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Least Sustainable
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HARD
POWER
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HARD
POWER
©DAR 2016
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HARD
POWER
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http://imgur.com/k0pv0
The Illusion of Choice
©DAR 2016
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Hierarchical, Rigid, Me,
Competition, Red Ocean,
Unsustainable, Dead
Neurobranding
©DAR 2016
=
62 super-rich people 3.5 billion people
…have as much wealth as…
Source: OXFAM 2016
By January 2016…
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…unsustainable…
unfair, inequitable,
unjust, etc
www.indemnity.ie
piaisaksendesign.wo
Inequitable
State of
Human...
©DAR 2016 Source: Global Footprint Network 2008 National Footprint Account
~ 5 times ~4 times ~3 times ~2 times
Extras
Nat...
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The disparity is getting even wider
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Unsustainable
5-planet model
uahcmer.com
Global
www.gograph.com
Sustainable
1-planet model
mindset shift
©DAR 2016 www.bloomberg.com
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Hierarchical, Rigid, Me,
Competition, Red Ocean,
Unsustainable, Dead
Fewer levels, Cooperation,
Teams, Knowledge...
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Hierarchical, Rigid, Me,
Competition, Red Ocean,
Unsustainable, Dead
Fewer levels, Cooperation,
Teams, Knowledge...
©DAR 2016
pibmirim.socioambiental.org sites.stedwards.edu http://in5d.com/7-ways-our-children-are-being-brainwashed/
“
“
u...
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• No single way to “anything” (diversity)
• No one path to “education” / “learning”
• No two persons (systems) a...
©DAR 2016
• Children learn in a variety of ways, including
free play or interaction with multiple
children, immersion in n...
©DAR 2016
‘Assembly-line’ Education
Customers Value-add
Tests/Examinations
Graduation
Class/Lectures
Curiculum
‘Assembly-l...
©DAR 2016
 Education is consumption-based
 Determined by the parochial needs
 Mass (standardised) production
 Commodit...
©DAR 2016
…Eastern Wisdom …
©DAR 2016
…Eastern Wisdom…
• The key to growth is the introduction of
higher dimensions of consciousness into
our awarenes...
©DAR 2016
…Eastern Wisdom…
• Earth provides enough to satisfy every
man's needs, but not every man's greed
• Learning is a...
©DAR 2016
Incheon Declaration – 2015 WEF
• The new vision [Education 2030] is fully captured by
the proposed SDG 4 “Ensure...
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Prosperit
y
(Econom
y)
Policy
(Social)
People
(Culture)
Planet
(Ecology)Environment
Economy
Society
Sustain...
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Softpower Softpower
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Asia++
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Education for Sustainable Development
• implies a change of fundamental
epistemology in our culture and our
educ...
©DAR 2016
ECOLOGY ECONOMY
SOCIO-CULTURAL
©DAR 2016
…every one is individually responsible for exercising
the agencies of their "free will" that is supported throug...
©DAR 2016
Transforming lives through education
©DAR 2016
from
the
heart
Thanks!
©DAR 2016
Acknowledgement
& Disclaimer
This presentation and the opinions expressed are those of the
author as of the date...
©DAR 2016
©DAR 2016
BCE
Today’s construct
©DAR 2016
“The rise of networks and the digital revolution has
transformed the global affairs landscape, with more actors,...
©DAR 2016
The distribution of global power is rapidly evolving,
precipitating far-reaching economic and political changes
...
©DAR 2016
University of Bologna (1088) - probably
the first “university” in the western world
….trustee of European humani...
©DAR 2016
Today’s knowledge ideas
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Chaleff’s Styles of Followership
L
F
L
F
L
F
L
F
The capacity and willingness to follow…
©DAR 2016
BCE
The “new” construct
should be taught using a “new” construct:
©DAR 2016 muslimheritage.com
Dark Ages ?
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 In his two great works:
Tahafat and Ihya, greatly
influenced Aquinas and
Christian theologians in
putting reas...
©DAR 2016
Al-Ghazali’s Balance of Leadership Traits
• “All human traits constitute branches of Wisdom, Courage,
Temperance...
©DAR 2016
The equilibrium of these four principles is how all good traits
of character of leaders proceed.
• When the Wisd...
©DAR 2016
EXTERNAL
LOW (-)
(consciousness axis)
W.C.T.J
W.C.T.J.
INTERNAL (qalb axis)
+ +
_
PERADABAN
Soul -- Mind -- Body...
©DAR 2016
The life of the heart is knowledge;
so preserve it,
The death of the heart is ignorance;
so avoid it.
Your best ...
©DAR 2016
©DAR 2016
©DAR 2016
s
21st
Century
University
 Anticipative: Uncertain world
 Assimilative: Socially engaged
 Assertive: Sustaina...
©DAR 2016
Thank you
from the heart!
©DAR 2016
This presentation and the opinions expressed are those of the author as of the
date of writing and are subject t...
©DAR 2016
 Unique challenges of Asia University Leadership
 Responding to pressure from Asia society on HE
 Tackling un...
©DAR 2016
Asia
 Populous – China, India, ASEAN Community
 Diverse – beliefs, cultures, systems, ecology
 Dynamic – econ...
©DAR 2016
 Unique challenges of Asia University Leadership
 Responding to pressure from Asia society on HE
 Tackling un...
©DAR 2016
Asia is fast becoming a key player in global higher
education. Asian nations growing demand for education
and th...
©DAR 2016
0.8 1.1 1.1
1.3
1.7
2.1
3.0
4.3
4.5
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2012 2014
million students, OECD 2013
Gro...
©DAR 2016
Gross Tertiary Enrolment Ratio 1995/2011
UNESCO Institute for Statistics
©DAR 2016
Increasing populations stress existing
educational systems
ADB 2011
Over-enrollment leads to increased
under-emp...
©DAR 2016
14 Aug 2013
http://www.ibtimes.com/international-students-higher-education-really-inexpensive-germany-not-us-cha...
©DAR 2016
14 Aug 2013
http://www.ibtimes.com/international-students-higher-education-really-inexpensive-germany-not-us-cha...
©DAR 2016
Photo: IBTimes/Lisa Mahapatra
©DAR 2016
This list ranks colleges
and universities based on
educational performance
and the cost attributed
to studying t...
©DAR 2016
 Unique challenges of Asia University Leadership
 Responding to pressure from Asia society on HE
 Tackling un...
©DAR 2016 http://www.china-mike.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/cartoon-china-india-usa-study-habits.jpg
©DAR 2016
28.8
24.2
22.2 22.0
11.3
OECD
Suicide rates per 100,000 (2013)
Korea
Japan
China India
http://blogs.wsj.com
©DAR 2016
Countries with The Worst Suicide Rates (2009/11)
http://www.businessinsider.my/world-suicide-rate-map-2014-4/#Jg...
©DAR 2016
 Unique challenges of Asia University Leadership
 Responding to pressure from Asia society on HE
 Tackling un...
©DAR 2016
What is Followership?
• Obeying/follow orders 7
• Support 3
• Trust 3
• Working together 2
• “Executioner” 2
• “...
©DAR 2016
The capacity and willingness to follow…
Those who…
• support the “leaders” (blindly)
• may support the “leaders”...
©DAR 2016
LEAD PIMPIN
©DAR 2016
LEADER-CENTRIC MAQSID ORGANIZATION-CENTRIC MAQSID
TRUST DHARURIYYAT TRUST DHARURIYYAT
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY TAHS...
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Keynote 2: Nurturing Local Leadership Towards Sustainable Development, Tan Sri Dato' Dzulkifli Abdul Razak

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The 2016 ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme was held in Labuan Island and Beaufort, Sabah, Malaysia. The Programme included workshops, plenary sessions, and fieldwork around the topics of local sustainable development challenges in the region. The main goals of the Programme were to identify local leadership opportunities for sustainable development and to link local and national sustainable development projects to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Paris Climate Treaty, and the Sendai Framework on Disaster Risk Reduction.

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Keynote 2: Nurturing Local Leadership Towards Sustainable Development, Tan Sri Dato' Dzulkifli Abdul Razak

  1. 1. ©DAR 2016 Dzulkifli Abdul Razak ProsPER.Net & AKEPT Aug 8, 2016 INDIGENOUS SD LEADERSHIP SKILLS NURTURING LOCAL LEADERSHIP TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Labuan, Sabah 7 – 14 August 2016
  2. 2. ©DAR 2016 pre-Brundtland, ancient (?) • definition: sejahtera • balanced, harmonious, organic • people-driven • values, ethics, intangibles, EQ • cosmic, universal • relationship, intrinsic, natural • post-materialistic, culture Brundtland, post-1987 • definition • balance, 4P’s • ecological-driven • value, tangibles, IQ • planetary • relationship, extrinsic • materialistic, economics
  3. 3. ©DAR 2016 ?
  4. 4. ©DAR 2016 Least Sustainable ©DAR 2016
  5. 5. ©DAR 2016 HARD POWER
  6. 6. ©DAR 2016 HARD POWER
  7. 7. ©DAR 2016
  8. 8. ©DAR 2016 HARD POWER
  9. 9. ©DAR 2016
  10. 10. ©DAR 2016 http://imgur.com/k0pv0 The Illusion of Choice
  11. 11. ©DAR 2016 ©DAR 2016
  12. 12. ©DAR 2016 Hierarchical, Rigid, Me, Competition, Red Ocean, Unsustainable, Dead Neurobranding
  13. 13. ©DAR 2016 = 62 super-rich people 3.5 billion people …have as much wealth as… Source: OXFAM 2016 By January 2016…
  14. 14. ©DAR 2016 …unsustainable… unfair, inequitable, unjust, etc www.indemnity.ie piaisaksendesign.wo Inequitable State of Humanity
  15. 15. ©DAR 2016 Source: Global Footprint Network 2008 National Footprint Account ~ 5 times ~4 times ~3 times ~2 times Extras Nation …reality check… How “inequitable”? Or “imbalance”?
  16. 16. ©DAR 2016 The disparity is getting even wider
  17. 17. ©DAR 2016 Unsustainable 5-planet model uahcmer.com Global www.gograph.com Sustainable 1-planet model mindset shift
  18. 18. ©DAR 2016 www.bloomberg.com
  19. 19. ©DAR 2016 Hierarchical, Rigid, Me, Competition, Red Ocean, Unsustainable, Dead Fewer levels, Cooperation, Teams, Knowledge Sharing, Caring, Equity, Just
  20. 20. ©DAR 2016©DAR 2016
  21. 21. ©DAR 2016 Hierarchical, Rigid, Me, Competition, Red Ocean, Unsustainable, Dead Fewer levels, Cooperation, Teams, Knowledge Sharing, Caring, Equity, Just Networked, Flexible, Us, Collaboration, Blue Ocean, Sustainable, Living sustainable
  22. 22. ©DAR 2016 pibmirim.socioambiental.org sites.stedwards.edu http://in5d.com/7-ways-our-children-are-being-brainwashed/ “ “ unsustainable
  23. 23. ©DAR 2016
  24. 24. ©DAR 2016 • No single way to “anything” (diversity) • No one path to “education” / “learning” • No two persons (systems) are alike because they evolve under diverse (local) socio-cultural roots, knowledges and education • UNESCO 4 pillars of learning for 21st C Basic Assumptions Neurobranding ©DAR 2016
  25. 25. ©DAR 2016 • Children learn in a variety of ways, including free play or interaction with multiple children, immersion in nature, and directly helping adults with work and communal activities • Traditional knowledge systems are (more) autonomous in comparison to a strict Western institutionalised education model http://schoolingtheworld.org/blog/
  26. 26. ©DAR 2016 ‘Assembly-line’ Education Customers Value-add Tests/Examinations Graduation Class/Lectures Curiculum ‘Assembly-line’ – Bread Factory Microsoft ® Encarta ® Encyclopedia 2004 Products Marketibility of Human Capital https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-pQPMj11nM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UjUWfwWAC4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pksHaVW_Z0E
  27. 27. ©DAR 2016  Education is consumption-based  Determined by the parochial needs  Mass (standardised) production  Commoditised/tradeable  Catalysed by competition (sales)  Branded by ranking/league tables  Technology - the education “panacea”  Redefining the purpose of education  Greater outreach for soft power
  28. 28. ©DAR 2016 …Eastern Wisdom …
  29. 29. ©DAR 2016 …Eastern Wisdom… • The key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions of consciousness into our awareness • A good traveller has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving
  30. 30. ©DAR 2016 …Eastern Wisdom… • Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed • Learning is about being, not having • I [prefer] a short life with width to a narrow one with length (LLL vs LWL)
  31. 31. ©DAR 2016 Incheon Declaration – 2015 WEF • The new vision [Education 2030] is fully captured by the proposed SDG 4 “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for all” and its corresponding targets. It is transformative and universal, attends to the ‘unfinished business’ of the EFA agenda and the education-related MDGs,…
  32. 32. ©DAR 2016© DAR Prosperit y (Econom y) Policy (Social) People (Culture) Planet (Ecology)Environment Economy Society Sustainability Dignity Prosperity Justice Partnership People Planet
  33. 33. ©DAR 2016
  34. 34. ©DAR 2016 Softpower Softpower ©DAR 2016
  35. 35. ©DAR 2016 http://www.fujitsu.com/global/about/csr/topmessage/belief/backnumber/201111/ Asia++
  36. 36. ©DAR 2016
  37. 37. ©DAR 2016
  38. 38. ©DAR 2016 Education for Sustainable Development • implies a change of fundamental epistemology in our culture and our educational thinking and practice… not simply require an 'add-on' to existing structures and curricula - Sterling (2004)
  39. 39. ©DAR 2016 ECOLOGY ECONOMY SOCIO-CULTURAL
  40. 40. ©DAR 2016 …every one is individually responsible for exercising the agencies of their "free will" that is supported through their seat(s) of intellect ?
  41. 41. ©DAR 2016 Transforming lives through education
  42. 42. ©DAR 2016 from the heart Thanks!
  43. 43. ©DAR 2016 Acknowledgement & Disclaimer This presentation and the opinions expressed are those of the author as of the date of writing and are subject to change. It has been prepared solely for purposes of education, information and discussion by the recipients. Any reference to past data/indicators are not necessarily a guide to the present and future. The information and analysis contained in this publication have been compiled or arrived at from sources believed to be reliable, and are duly acknowledged. The author does not make any representation as to their accuracy or completeness and does not accept liability for any loss arising from the use hereof. Neither this document nor any copy thereof may be sent to or taken into territories/places where the use and the distribution may be restricted by local law and/or regulation. This document may not be reproduced either in whole, or in part, without the written permission of the author © DAR 2007-2016
  44. 44. ©DAR 2016
  45. 45. ©DAR 2016 BCE Today’s construct
  46. 46. ©DAR 2016 “The rise of networks and the digital revolution has transformed the global affairs landscape, with more actors, more platforms, and more interests vying for global influence. The Soft Power 30 enables us to understand how global power is evolving and shows how nations of every size and standing can harness their soft power assets for global influence.” - Jonathan McClory, Partner at Portland and author of “The Soft Power 30.”
  47. 47. ©DAR 2016 The distribution of global power is rapidly evolving, precipitating far-reaching economic and political changes affecting nations of every size and standing. Economic and political power is shifting from West to East. At the same time, it is moving away from governments, as non-state actors take a larger role in shaping world events. The digital revolution is further accelerating the diffusion of power. More and more of the world is playing out online, which provides new opportunities for influence, but also results in greater complexity for states as the global stage becomes more crowded. www.softpower30.com
  48. 48. ©DAR 2016 University of Bologna (1088) - probably the first “university” in the western world ….trustee of European humanist tradition… Today’s standards
  49. 49. ©DAR 2016 Today’s knowledge ideas
  50. 50. ©DAR 2016 Chaleff’s Styles of Followership L F L F L F L F The capacity and willingness to follow…
  51. 51. ©DAR 2016 BCE The “new” construct should be taught using a “new” construct:
  52. 52. ©DAR 2016 muslimheritage.com Dark Ages ?
  53. 53. ©DAR 2016  In his two great works: Tahafat and Ihya, greatly influenced Aquinas and Christian theologians in putting reason to employ in defense of orthodoxy  Not satisfied rationalism, empiricism and scepticism, he found peace in Islamic mystical movement (Sufism) in the search for truth. Al-Ghazali (Algazel) 1058-1111
  54. 54. ©DAR 2016 Al-Ghazali’s Balance of Leadership Traits • “All human traits constitute branches of Wisdom, Courage, Temperance and Justice and a perfectly just equilibrium in these four has been attained by no one but the emissary of God; other people are of divergent degrees of proximity and distance from them.” • He used the Balance (Mizan, Qur’an: 57:25 ) to define what is Right. • ‘Wisdom’ - a condition of the soul by which it distinguishes true from false • ‘Courage’ - refers to the irascible faculty of the intellect • ‘Temperance’ – a habit of the mind in disciplining the intellect and the Law • ‘Justice’ - a condition of the soul by which it controls anger and desire We sent aforetime our apostles with Clear Signs and sent down with them the Book and the Balance (of Right and Wrong) that (wo)men may stand forth in Justice; …
  55. 55. ©DAR 2016 The equilibrium of these four principles is how all good traits of character of leaders proceed. • When the Wisdom is balanced, it brings forth discretion, excellence and an understanding of the subtle implications of actions and the hidden defects of the soul. When unbalanced, in excess, then cunning, swindling, deception and slyness result. • Courage gives rise to nobility, endurance, dignity and suppression of rage. When unbalanced, this same trait came give rise to recklessness, arrogance, conceit, pride and quickness of anger. • Temperance is a quality that gives rise to generosity, modesty, patience and tolerance, but in excess it leads to greed, cupidity, ostentation and immorality.
  56. 56. ©DAR 2016 EXTERNAL LOW (-) (consciousness axis) W.C.T.J W.C.T.J. INTERNAL (qalb axis) + + _ PERADABAN Soul -- Mind -- Body Qalb + Cycles of Qalb Leadership • Wisdom • Courage • Temperance • Justice __ HIGH (+) QALB LEADERSHIP MODEL (1) Ver 1.0 (Mahazan, Rushdan, Wan Fazlul, Khairulneezam, Dzulkifli, 2016) ADAB (Al-Ghazali) W T JC Al-Ghazali’s Balance of Character Traits
  57. 57. ©DAR 2016 The life of the heart is knowledge; so preserve it, The death of the heart is ignorance; so avoid it. Your best provision is true devotion; so provide it. This advice of mine is enough for you; so heed it. Al-Ghazali (Algazel) 1058-1111
  58. 58. ©DAR 2016
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  60. 60. ©DAR 2016 s 21st Century University  Anticipative: Uncertain world  Assimilative: Socially engaged  Assertive: Sustainable future +3
  61. 61. ©DAR 2016 Thank you from the heart!
  62. 62. ©DAR 2016 This presentation and the opinions expressed are those of the author as of the date of writing and are subject to change. It has been prepared solely for purposes of education, information and discussion by the recipients. Any reference to past data/indicators are not necessarily a guide to the present and future. The information and analysis contained in this publication have been compiled or arrived at from sources believed to be reliable, and are duly acknowledged. The author does not make any representation as to their accuracy or completeness and does not accept liability for any loss arising from the use hereof. Neither this document nor any copy thereof may be sent to or taken into territories/places where the use and the distribution may be restricted by local law and/or regulation. This document may not be reproduced either in whole, or in part, without the written permission of the author © DAR 2007-2016 Acknowledgement & Disclaimer
  63. 63. ©DAR 2016  Unique challenges of Asia University Leadership  Responding to pressure from Asia society on HE  Tackling universities’ complex, tradition-bound nature  Leading universities with global perspective, and local engagement  Leadership style that is compatible with the universities’ unique characters, and aligns with various leadership philosophies across faculties  Building strong, visionary and courageous leadership General outline
  64. 64. ©DAR 2016 Asia  Populous – China, India, ASEAN Community  Diverse – beliefs, cultures, systems, ecology  Dynamic – economy, HE, young & mobile  Volatile – disparities, aggression, tensions world
  65. 65. ©DAR 2016  Unique challenges of Asia University Leadership  Responding to pressure from Asia society on HE  Tackling universities’ complex, tradition-bound nature  Leading universities with global perspective, and local engagement  Leadership style that is compatible with the universities’ unique characters, and aligns with various leadership philosophies across faculties  Building strong, visionary and courageous leadership under the short tenure
  66. 66. ©DAR 2016 Asia is fast becoming a key player in global higher education. Asian nations growing demand for education and the increased investment they have made in their universities presents opportunities and challenges to the world. - Lane J & Kisner K, 2013 The Asia pivot in higher education, The Chronicle of Higher Education …major changes to the affordability and accessibility of higher education around the world are on their way.* - Maslen G, 2011 In *Tuition Fees and Student Financial Assistance: 2010 Global Year in Review GLOBAL: Higher education becomes more costly. UWN, 20 Feb 2011, No:159 http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20110218225715355
  67. 67. ©DAR 2016 0.8 1.1 1.1 1.3 1.7 2.1 3.0 4.3 4.5 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2012 2014 million students, OECD 2013 Growth in the number of international students globally 1975-2014
  68. 68. ©DAR 2016 Gross Tertiary Enrolment Ratio 1995/2011 UNESCO Institute for Statistics
  69. 69. ©DAR 2016 Increasing populations stress existing educational systems ADB 2011 Over-enrollment leads to increased under-employment post-graduation Carlson 2012 googleasiapacific.blogspot.com divide
  70. 70. ©DAR 2016 14 Aug 2013 http://www.ibtimes.com/international-students-higher-education-really-inexpensive-germany-not-us-charts-1383641
  71. 71. ©DAR 2016 14 Aug 2013 http://www.ibtimes.com/international-students-higher-education-really-inexpensive-germany-not-us-charts-1383641
  72. 72. ©DAR 2016 Photo: IBTimes/Lisa Mahapatra
  73. 73. ©DAR 2016 This list ranks colleges and universities based on educational performance and the cost attributed to studying there (2015) Source: Aperian Global.
  74. 74. ©DAR 2016  Unique challenges of Asia University Leadership  Responding to pressure from Asia society on HE  Tackling universities’ complex, tradition-bound nature  Leading universities with global perspective, and local engagement  Leadership style that is compatible with the universities’ unique characters, and aligns with various leadership philosophies across faculties  Building strong, visionary and courageous leadership
  75. 75. ©DAR 2016 http://www.china-mike.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/cartoon-china-india-usa-study-habits.jpg
  76. 76. ©DAR 2016 28.8 24.2 22.2 22.0 11.3 OECD Suicide rates per 100,000 (2013) Korea Japan China India http://blogs.wsj.com
  77. 77. ©DAR 2016 Countries with The Worst Suicide Rates (2009/11) http://www.businessinsider.my/world-suicide-rate-map-2014-4/#Jg26Ml1jwZhpfWvE.99 Business Insider/Andy Kiersz, data from WHO, AFP and the Lancet
  78. 78. ©DAR 2016  Unique challenges of Asia University Leadership  Responding to pressure from Asia society on HE  Tackling universities’ complex, tradition-bound nature  Leading universities with global perspective, and local engagement  Leadership style that is compatible with the universities’ unique characters, and aligns with various leadership philosophies across faculties  Building strong, visionary and courageous leadership
  79. 79. ©DAR 2016 What is Followership? • Obeying/follow orders 7 • Support 3 • Trust 3 • Working together 2 • “Executioner” 2 • “Assist” 2 • Help others 2 • Respect – point out flaws 2 • Apply instructions • Team mates • Learn to lead • Innovate/influence …the capacity or willingness to be led…
  80. 80. ©DAR 2016 The capacity and willingness to follow… Those who… • support the “leaders” (blindly) • may support the “leaders” when convinced • appear to support the “leaders” but (quietly) are against it • are against the “leaders” openly • do not care at all results behaviours emotions values beliefs
  81. 81. ©DAR 2016 LEAD PIMPIN
  82. 82. ©DAR 2016 LEADER-CENTRIC MAQSID ORGANIZATION-CENTRIC MAQSID TRUST DHARURIYYAT TRUST DHARURIYYAT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY TAHSINIYYAT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY TAHSINIYYAT RELIGIOUS DHARURIYYAT RELIGIOUS DHARURIYYAT IMPARTIAL DHARURIYYAT EMPOWERMENT TAHSINIYYAT JUSTICE DHARURIYYAT EMPLOYEE ORIENTED TAHSINIYYAT TIME MANAGEMENT DHARURIYYAT EFFECTIVE DECISION MAKING TAHSINIYYAT MODESTY DHARURIYYAT OUTCOME TAHSINIYYAT EARNEST TAHSINIYYAT CONFLICT AVOIDANCE DHARURIYYAT FLEXIBLE TAHSINIYYAT EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION TAHSINIYYAT WISDOM DHARURIYYAT ISLAMIC LEADERSHIP TRAITS AND BEHAVIOURS: SELF-LEADERSHIP VS ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP CENTRIC IAB, 5 March 2016
  83. 83. ©DAR 2016 plus.google.com standardised curriculum & tests available HERE!
  84. 84. ©DAR 2016

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