9:30 to 16:30
This public seminar from Japan Intercultural Consulting (represented in Europe by Rudlin Consulting) will be conducted in English by Chie Misumi. Chie has an MA in Intercultural Communications from California State University, Fullerton, USA and worked in the European Headquarters of Canon and the Japanese Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands. She is currently a lecturer in International Business School at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.
- Why Japanese tend to be vague and indirect – and how to interpret what they mean
- Why Japanese people don’t give a lot of feedback
- How Japanese society and companies have been changing
- How decisions are made in Japanese organisations
- Why Japanese avoid risk
- How to get your ideas accepted by a Japanese organisation
- How to make meetings with Japanese people more effective
- How to build strong working relationships with Japanese
- How to behave appropriately at meals and other social situations
- What to keep in mind if you travel to Japan for business
- What most bothers Japanese about the Europeans they work with
Individual fee: 460 euros
Discounted fee for more than two delegates from the same organisation: 400 euros
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