In februari 2017 had Adnan Basaran een interview met Mirjam van Immerzeel van het Financieele Dagblad over diversiteit in de bestuurskamers.
Een interview wat Adnan Basaran voor Management Scope had met Kenan Yildirim van Shell, over zijn beeld op diversiteit en inclusie.
Interview van Carol Velthuis met Adnan Basaran voor Management Scope: zijn advies is 'Niet oordelen en invullen, maar openstaan'.
Lees hier het volledige interview dat Adnan Basaran gaf aan Management Scope over diversity, cultuuromslag en ingesleten werkpatronen.
It is without doubt that we have to reframe our way of developing our leaders. Our current techniques and methods are old.
As a child of Turkish migrants, I have seen and experienced a lot in the negative and positive sense growing up in the Netherlands, the country where I was born.
In times of need for new business models and large complex transformations, there is also a need for leaders with a new profile.
Every day new books, articles and theories on Leadership are being published. A Google search on “Leadership” and “Books” will give you over 360 million hits. Why is it that we have such an insatiable appetite for this subject? And why do we need others telling us how to be, become a leader or give us direction in our lives?
We have a naturally born urge to attract others who resemble ourselves, thus creating homogeneous networking groups in order to create recognition for a subject. In what way does this help us in getting more aware and integrating with other groups? Does this approach not have a counterproductive outcome?
Kamran International is a Learning organisation. Our mission is to find scarce talent and train and groom inspirational and transparent leaders.