Use Resources, With Mind, With Heart
As a good head or leader, being in charge alone is not enough. Conceptually mapped in the Learning Models of “How to Learn,” “How to Think,” and “How to Act,” the University teaches students how to use their knowledge, thinking skill, and a good judgment or to tackle real world problems wisely.
For instance, students are constantly placed in the learning environment that requires them to see through complex phenomena, including both real world or hypothetical cases or scenarios, to understand the nature of the matter and key solutions for real problems. This helps to improve their leadership capacity and/or increase “real-world” experiences for learning and handling real world situations, issues or problems.
Students also learn that the leader or leading does not means just holding a managerial position or office. Many great scientists, artists or experts may not have held such positions, but they were, are and will be the leaders in their particular fields or specialties. This is because they simply advance ahead of others. During the learning processes, students have many opportunities to take a leadership position, especially as they make specific choices regarding course and lesson assignments.