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The American/British language barrier through Japanese eyes

This post is also available in: JapaneseI visited Japan last year, to conduct a couple of training sessions for the subsidiaries of British companies on how to work effectively with their UK headquarters.  Listening to the issues brought up by the Japanese employees, and also having heard the perspectives on those issues from the UK…

What Japanese expatriates should do if they don’t get on with their local boss

This post is also available in: JapaneseA 28 year old Japanese female writes to the Nikkei Business Online: “I didn’t get along well with my boss when I was posted overseas and ended up with mental health issues and returned to Japan.” “My boss only cared about a big project that would be of benefit…

Online coaching for building relations with Japan headquarters

This post is also available in: JapaneseDespite all the advantages of working from home, we’re beginning to feel lonely. I miss exchanging ideas or the empathetic ear I get from facilitating seminars or attending networking events of peers. So I’m launching online coaching for people who want to build better relationships with their Japan headquarters…

Time for a logistics revolution in Europe

This post is also available in: Japanese(This article was published in Japanese in the Teikoku Databank News 18 months’ ago, but it seems even more relevant now) Now I am back working in my home office, I have become much more conscious of the activities in the street in front of my office window. Once…

Are Japanese companies leaving the UK because of Brexit yet?

This post is also available in: JapaneseI asked this question just over a year ago and the answer is still yes and no. To which I would add, it’s more a case that Japanese companies aren’t investing in or coming to the UK as much as they used to, replacing the ones that are leaving…

What Japanese customers want – new online coaching service

This post is also available in: JapaneseIf you’re looking to expand your business in Japan, I’m offering online group coaching based on my book “Omoiyari – 6 steps to getting it right with Japanese customers” Group numbers are limited to 5 so we can be interactive, and learn from each other. Over six 1 hour…

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