Global Brother Brother's CSR With Employees Developing Human Resources at Each Region

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Developing Human Resources at Each Region

Development of Human Assets Placing the Right Person in the Right Place

Giving priority to utilizing employees' talents and abilities, respecting diversity, and offering challenging work assignments

As stated in the "Our Associates" section of the Global Charter, the Brother Group gives priority to:
(1) respecting associates' diversity;
(2) utilizing associates' talents and abilities to the fullest; and
(3) giving associates great opportunity through challenging work assignments.
It is important to develop human assets who can fulfill their tasks in respective countries, regions, and businesses, and to upgrade relevant programs, to enable associates to fully use their talents and enhance skills over the long term. We are therefore committed to improving the environment for developing human assets and arranging various programs.

Training Leaders Across a Region

Sales facilities in the ASEAN region working together to develop personnel

Leaders' Summit where the region's managers gathered together
Leaders' Summit where the region's managers gathered together
Participants attentively listening to the lecture to acquire knowledge and develop the talents and abilities required of leaders
Participants attentively listening to the lecture to acquire knowledge and develop the talents and abilities required of leaders

Brother has been actively working to develop personnel who can utilize their talents and abilities to the fullest, while respecting their diversity in respective regions. Various efforts that have been made in respective regions include Japanese education programs and global personnel development programs by exchanging personnel between Brother Industries, Ltd. and group companies.

Since 2010, the Leadership Academy has been co-organized by Brother sales facilities in the ASEAN region to develop personnel in this region. Lectures and workshops are held for managers who serve as leaders at respective sales facilities to help them develop coaching and other skills. In 2013, sixty managers participated in the annual Leaders' Summit from across the ASEAN region. The Leaders' Summit provides an ideal opportunity to learn from each other through cross-cultural communication by sharing knowledge and expertise required of leaders responsible for advancing their businesses. These ongoing activities have helped managers clarify their objectives, making a difference in daily operations such as increased commitment to work and motivation to take up challenges.

Brother will continue to promote activities for training managers based on the Brother Group Global Charter, in the hope that improvement in personal talents and abilities will lead to better corporate management.