Formation

Become a leader who moves teams forward (Japanese)

Langue : Japanese

Tarif :
Member price - 30 000 JPY
Non Member price - 45 000 JPY
(Tax Excluded)

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Target participants

Any supervisor or manager who wants to increase productivity, lift morale, and improve quality. This program helps new supervisors and managers get off on the right foot. It also helps experienced managers make the difficult but necessary transition from managing to leading.

Objectives

  • Create a team where each member with different background (age, gender, nationality, competence, etc.) plays his/her role and achieves the whole team goals
  • Discover your own leadership style and understand that this has a huge impact on the effectiveness of subordinates
  • Appreciate the real potential of all of the team members
  • Build solid relationships of mutual trust and respect
  • Develop and maintain processes and procedures that define performance
  • Learn to delegate efficiently
  • Define strong team purpose, values, and expectations

Methodology

Interactive training in a supportive environment

Program details

This one day course overcomes management challenges by covering the 4 key elements of Leadership success:

  • How to lead not just manage

  • How to have outstanding leadership communication

  • How to be an effective coach of your direct reports

  • How to manage people’s performance by leveraging personality styles

*Please use a webcam and be able to speak during this session.

Strong points

  • Learn how you can become a leader using proven Dale Carnegie human relationship principles

  • Learn in a fully supportive environment

  • Unlock your full potential

Profile of the facilitator

Chizu Sasaki

After graduating from university, Chizu joined an educational travel company as a sales consultant and tour conductor, providing local support for study abroad and homestay programs. She then moved on to Temple University's Japan Campus, where she worked to develop global human resources for students around the world. While attending a training session held by Dale Carnegie Training as a Temple University staff, Chizu became fascinated with the organization, and joined the team in 2017. Currently Chizu works as a trainer and consultant, providing training from both the customer and consultant's point of view. She has studied narration in the past and has her own show Bijinesu Tatsujin No Oshie: ビジネス達人の教え on Dale Carnegie's podcast.

Ami Hataya

Ami worked for Emirates Airlines as a cabin crew in Dubai, U.A.E. for 10 years and  conducted safety and service training to multinational cabin crews for five years. Returning to Tokyo in 2018, she worked at the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan, marketing and organizing the French Japanese Business Summit, an annual event bringing over 600 government officials and C-level executives to discuss trade and business between the two countries. Ami’s enthusiasm to help others led her to join Dale Carnegie Japan as a Trainer and Performance Consultant.

 

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