9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
London Chamber of Commerce & Industry, 33 Queen Street, EC4
This seminar is aimed at anyone working in or with Japanese companies as an employee or supplier. Pernille Rudlin will bring her recent experience in working at a senior level in one of Japan’s biggest global B2B suppliers to highlight what makes Japanese companies different, and what expectations Japanese managers, clients and customers have.
- Why Japanese colleagues tend to be vague and indirect – and how to interpret what they mean
- Why Japanese managers don’t give a lot of feedback
- How Japanese society and companies have been changing
- How decisions are made in Japanese organisations
- Why Japanese employees 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 colleagues, partners and customers
- 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 people about the Europeans they work with
Instructor: Pernille Rudlin
Individual fee: £375 plus VAT (£450 total) or 460 euros plus VAT (550 euros total)
Discounted fee for registration before 23rd March 2013 or for more than two delegates from the same organisation: £325 plus VAT (£390) or 400 euros plus VAT (480 euros total)
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