Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has emphasised the importance of leadership as he visited a Scottish university's New York campus.
Sir Alex spoke at Glasgow Caledonian New York College in a "landmark" stage of its development.
An honorary graduate of Glasgow Caledonian University, he also talked about the importance of young people at the postgraduate college which in June was given authority to award degrees in New York.
He explored the theme of leadership in conversation with Sir Michael Moritz KBE, a philanthropist and venture capitalist who teamed up with Sir Alex to write the book Leading: Learning from Life and My Time at Manchester United, which analysed effective leadership and long-term, transformational success.
The former football manager said:
Ferguson also hosted a related lunchtime leadership event at Glasgow Caledonian New York College.
Attendees included representatives from New York's finance and fashion sectors, GCU alumni and Glasgow-born photographer Harry Benson.
Sir Alex said:
University Principal Professor Pamela Gillies added: