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Online Training: Working efficiently with Foreigners - Acquire knowhow to handle culture gap - (Japanese)

Langue : Japanese

Tarif :
Members: 18000 JPY
Non-members: 35000 JPY

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Online Training: Working efficiently with Foreigners

 

The employment of foreign talent is increasing and it is becoming a key of business development in both domestic and overseas markets.

While diversity brings positive influence to an organization, working with people with different business cultures can be tricky and includes specific challenges.

If you would like to understand your foreign colleagues better and promote a respectful and efficient multicultural work environment, please join our online seminar on June 30!

Please click here for the program details.

 

Title Working efficiently with Foreigners 
Language Japanese
Date Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time from 15:00 to 18:30
Venue Online *Zoom
Training Company  Kishikawa Consulting
Fees Members: 18,000 JPY / Non-members: 35,000 JPY (tax excluded)
Deadline for registration Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Registration
Please click here to download a registration form and send it to Recruitment & Training service by E-mail: emploi(@)ccifj.or.jp

** The number of participants is limited.

 

 

About the trainer

Yasushi KISHIKAWA

This seminar will be led and animated by Mr. Yasushi KISHIKAWA, former Senior Vice President of INDEX MULTIMEDIA and Administrative director of Grenoble Foot 38. Mr. Kishikawa has a long working experience with staffs and business partners from different cultural backgrounds.

Since 2014, he works as a consultant supporting Japanese businesses in France. He regularly gives cross-cultural management training for French business people working in large organizations like AREVA, VINCI, CEA, CNES, Continental. He has a PhD in political sociology. 

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