Five Golden Rules of Working with Japanese Class | Amphy
Five Golden Rules of Working with Japanese with Takashi K | Amphy

Five Golden Rules of Working with Japanese

Pragmatic Pointers of Doing Business with Japaense in Any Industry!

What you'll learn

●In just 60 minutes, you will learn the street-smart, pragmatic rules of working with Japanese, followed by a short practice to put them into action! 
●You coach Tak is highly skilled in suggesting specific solutions for personal questions of participants. Your questions, concerns and curiosity are welcome, and you will feel you are getting a personal coaching by a professional cross-cultural consultant.
●This class is perfect for those who want quick pointers when working with Japanese customers, colleagues or managers, whether you speak the language or not.
●The Five Golden Rules include "Make HORENSO Your Habit" (re. information-sharing system in Japan) and "Connect the Past, the Present and the Future" (re. accumulation of time, track records and relationship) --- truly "golden" rules as they have been extracted by 30-year long globe trotting cross-cultural leadership training, helping trouble shoot at Japanese companies in 20 countries by your coach Tak Kawatani.

This class is perfect for

business executives or students looking for quick pointers of working with Japanese and working in Japan

Your Teacher

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*Visited 20 countries to resolve cross-cultural challenges of international businesspersons when working together. *At home with various dimensions of crosscultural issues of management, leadership, engagement and communication across nationalities. *Published 12 books of crosscultural business and one of Malaysian beetles.

What students need

The more questions and issues you bring regarding business and communication with Japanese, the deeper you will learn from Tak.

How to participate

Simply click the link in your confirmation email to join the video call.
Note: Be sure to download Zoom for free on a desktop or mobile device before your scheduled class.