IATSS Forum - Leadership Training Program in Japan

About Us:

 The IATSS Forum is an international training institute established in 1985 that aims to bring out the best qualities in individuals who will one day become future leaders in Asia. The IATSS Forum provides a place where young professionals gather. Inviting young and outstanding individuals from respective Asian countries, we provide opportunities for participants to understand each other’s countries through seminars, field studies, group study, and cultural exchanges, as well as to make efforts to solve current issues in Asia, under the motto "Thinking and Learning Together."

The IATSS Forum
was established with private funds from Mr. SoichiroHonda, founder of Honda Motor Co., Ltd and his business partner, Mr. Takeo Fujisawa, In September 1985, the first IATSS Forum program was held with participants from Malaysia.

IATSS Forum program:

  • Applicants must be a citizen of one of the following countries: Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.
  • Applicants should be 35 years old or younger
  • Applicants should have at least 2 years of full-time professional job experience

To apply to the IATSS Forum program, please read following instruction, download application booklet and form and submit application form to each country’s secretariat.

Target Candidates:


  • Candidates who have experience leading a team within an organization and a recognition of their own areas of improvement in their own leadership
  • Candidates who understand the values of “co-creative/collaborative leadership” which maximizes the diversity of team members towards a common goal working with members from different cultural and professional backgrounds.
  • Awareness of the Issues and Desire to Make Change
  • Candidates who have awareness of the issues facing their own countries and communities and the motivation to take on a leadership role for the future sustainable development of the region.

Capacity and Potential:

  • Candidates who have broad range of skills, experience and expertise which can be shared and will contribute to the training program.
  • Candidates who have sufficient level of English to be able to share their knowledge and experiences in lectures, group discussions and meetings.
  • Candidates who have the potential to gain what they lack by participating in the IATSS Forum, and make use of this potential for their own future and for the good of other people.


  • Candidates who are disciplined and independent in a diversified environment and who have a positive attitude toward learning from and respecting others.
  • Candidates who have a motivation to develop their own ability proactively in a diversified setting.
  • Candidates who are clear about what they want to gain from the IATSS Forum and have goals that are in line with the contents of IATSS Forum.
Detail of Application Documents: 




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