Training: Change Management (Japanese)

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“More, better, faster with less” is the mantra we seem to hear so often today. Tougher than the changes themselves is the speed of these changes, and being able to identify and implement them is more than ever a critical component of any successful organization.

Our new Change Management training will take you through a comprehensive 4-step approach:
-  Innovation processes, or how to become not reactive but proactive in identifying changes
-  Analysis, problem solving and decision-making – what do we do about it?
-  Building a model for change, or how to plan and monitor the change implementation
-  Engagement, or how to motivate yourself and others during this transition

Designed for managers or task force members who are responsible for steering and enforcing changes in their company, this workshop will be conducted in Japanese by Mr. Tatsuya Miyamoto of Dale Carnegie Japan and is a must for anyone willing to make change management less painful and more successful!

For the details about the program, please click here

Title Change Management
Language Japanese
Date Thursday, October 11, 2018
Time 9:00 – 18:00
Place French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIFJ)
Address Iida Bldg 1F, 5-5 Rokubancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Fees 50,000 yens (54,000 yens tax included)
Deadline for registration Thursday, September 27, 2018

Register for this training
To register to this seminar, please send the application form by E-mail:
To download a registration form, please click here: WordPDF 

Should you have any inquiries, please feel free to contact Recruitment & Training Service.

Recruitment & Training Service 
French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan

*This training is for members of the French Chamber only.


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