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10 Leadership Principles I Learned from Dosan Ahn Chang Ho

In the city of Riverside, California, three statues stand in the heart of downtown. These statues portray Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Dosan Ahn Chang Ho - three men who have sacrificed for ideals larger than themselves. You may recognize the first two. But who on earth is Dosan Ahn Chang Ho? You can't talk about the modern Korean history without mentioning the remarkable feats of Dosan Ahn Chang Ho. Born in 1878 Dosan, his pen name, was a prominent Korean activist who fought for the independence of Japanese occupation of Korea. He died on March 10, 1938 after being imprisoned and tortured by the Japanese. I finished ...

Cultivating Intercultural Leaders: An Examination of 12 Prominent Korean Leaders

What key factors contributed to native-born Koreans (NBKs) rise to prominence as intercultural leaders? In the quest of discovering the common denominators of their success, Kyung Kyu Kim and Richard Starcher, two scholars in the field of Christian leadership.The participants of this research involved 12 prominent native-born Koreans who have overcome experiential, cultural, and linguistic barriers to achieve prominence as leaders in intercultural contexts. The participants were intentionally selected according from three leadership levels: Civic: Sukhee Kang - mayor of Irvine, CA City council members in Irvine and Cerritos, CA ...