Redefining Traditional Japanese Leadership with these 5 AHAs from Kenny Kaneko

This week’s five AHAs are from the AHAbook™ Turning Japanese Execs Into Effective Global Leaders. Please share this URL “” in your social media status update to let your friends know about it.

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The role of a leader in companies, organizations, and associations is of vital importance. The success of a team is often measured by how organized the leader is. This book provides ways to stand out at the start of the leadership line. It explains issues that are happening every single day and redefines traditional leadership in the global world.

Kenny Kaneko has been part of the leadership at several American Global IT companies for twenty years. He has built and run multinational groups with people coming from around ten different countries.

Here are some of the AHAmessages™ below, and then read and share the entire book via AHAthat on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+:

  1. In a Japanese culture, there’s always an opportunity to optimize a process to make it smaller, faster & more reliable. @jpn_globleader [click to tweet]
  2. Motivating by telling others what to do every day is not a good way. It’s an old style of managing. #GlobalWorld @jpn_globleader [click to tweet]
  3. If you stick to one culture, you are unconsciously bringing your own context that doesn’t work in a #GlobalWorld. @jpn_globleader [click to tweet]
  4. In the #GlobalWorld, attitudes are built by different education styles. Don’t stick to your own expectations. @jpn_globleader [click to tweet]
  5. You have to know who your team is. It is a great opportunity to manage them differently. #GlobalWorld @jpn_globleader [click to tweet]

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