Training: Women Leadership Workshop (Japanese)

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The Japanese government has set the goal of increasing women’s ratio of management roles to 30% by 2020 to promote gender diversity in the workforce. However, Japan is much behind in this field.

In order to support emerging female talents in Japan, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan presents a brand-new workshop dedicated to female current or future leaders, in Japanese, in collaboration with “The Dream Collective”. This workshop will help participants understand the strengths of women as a leader, learn how to manage stress and overcome specific difficulties, and become more confident in a leader role.

Who should attend?

Emerging/future female talents who want to learn or brush-up on the key skills and mindset to be a leader

Program : 4 hours session to prepare you with different dimensions of leadership

  1. Purposeful leadership
  2. Personal Branding and networking
  3. Stress management and resilience
  4. Leadership confidence
  5. Panel discussion (panelists: to be announced)

The session will be in Japanese and includes group discussions, team work and lots of networking opportunities with fellow participants.

Title Women leadership workshop
Language Japanese
Date Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Time from 13:00 to 17:00
Venue French Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 1F Conference room
Address Nihonbashi Honcho YS bldg., 2-2-2 Nihonbashihoncho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Fees 40,000 yens (tax excluded)
Deadline for registration Friday, August 23, 2019

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

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


About The Dream Collective

Headquartered in Sydney, The Dream Collective has been empowering future female talents over the world, operating across Australia, Singapore, Tokyo and Shanghai, working with over 250 global corporations and building a community of over 1500 female leaders.

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