Myanmar is a populous resource-rich country, with a youthful, affordable workforce, stellar consumption and export growth, due in part to foreign investments, with a record growth of around 8%. It is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and one of the future powerful emerging economies in Southeast Asia.
“My objective is to empower these youth and young entrepreneur by motivate, knowledge sharing and training and develop best practices skills to run for good and valuable opportunity. By matching my knowledge sharing in skills-based volunteerism, achieve their social goals and will be able to contribute to the development of the country’s economy”.
We have to build good leader. What makes a good leader? Predictably, we have no definitive answer. But one thing is certain: As business technologies and processes evolve, hot industries come and go and employee demographics shift, the best leaders are those who can change with the times. They’re the ones with foresight and adaptability, who don’t rule from a manual but rather customize a culture that’s specific to each company, its mission and the personality of its work force.
My company is the platform for youth generation who are really passionate, diligent with their career and seeking to be bull not a bear, we not build but we create talented, driven and collaborative leaders and I welcome those.
I have taken a look at the new trends in leadership, eyeing the shift in thinking that’s necessary to nurture the modern labor pool–in particular, that smart, finicky, outspoken group known as the Millennials. I believe nation can develop with promoting education, share resources, empower women, Negotiate strategic political relations, and Reform the systems of food and aid distribution.