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Motivational studies―IMSAR: Annual Report―fifth Edition


 
The reports are available for free distribution. Please contact the Tokyo Future University (03-5813-2525) to submit your request.



Motivational studies―IMSAR: Annual Report―fourth Edition


 
The reports are available for free distribution. Please contact the Tokyo Future University (03-5813-2525) to submit your request.



Motivational studies―IMSAR: Annual Report―Third Edition


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The reports are available for free distribution. Please contact the Tokyo Future University (03-5813-2525) to submit your request.



Motivational studies―IMSAR: Annual Report―Second Edition

The report summaries the contents from the symposium held on July 21, 2012 and the consecutive extension lectures in August, September and October, as well as various articles and book reviews.

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Leaders’ Bible

The Leaders’ Bible offers tips on becoming a capable leader by introducing case studies of various situations faced by high school student leaders. It deals with a host of themes including team members, goals, and an attitude as a leader. In addition, by providing easy-to-understand explanations from the IMSAR’s professional point of view, it aims to deepen the understanding of high school students. The reports are available for free distribution. Please contact the Tokyo Future University (03-5813-2525) to submit your request.






IMSAR Report―First Edition

The booklet offers a report from the public symposium held on June 18, 2011. Under the theme of “A motivation to study, work and towards tomorrow”, the report offers the contents of the public symposium and panel discussions, which were presented from the viewpoint of education, business economics, social psychology and business.



A basic textbook for the qualification of a certified motivation manager.

The textbook is designed to learn both the motivational theories and practical skills of motivation management as specialized knowledge where readers can work on cases in line with the practices of case studies described in each chapter. This is an unprecedented book for learning about the fusion of theories and practices.















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