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5 hour modules "Working Effectively with Japanese Colleagues" + "Japanese Cultural Values" 1 hour screencast + 12 hours of interviewsEnroll in Course
Working effectively with Japanese Colleagues, Customers & Partners
5 one hour interactive modules with quizzes, self assessments, screencasts & links to further resources
- Japanese Etiquette
- Japanese Communication Style
- Japanese Work Style
- Japanese Decision-Making Style
- Building relations with Japanese Colleagues & Customers
Succeeding in a Japanese Company
12 one hour interviews (audio files) featuring insights from Japan Intercultural Consulting consultants from around the world on topics such as
- Success with internal/external customers
- Performance and process
- Understanding and influencing
- Working with a Japanese boss
- Becoming part of the team
- Getting everyone on the same page
- Building relations
- Understanding the Japanese parent company
- Avoiding meeting madness
- Effective communication
1 one hour screencast from Japan Intercultural Consulting's founder Rochelle Kopp on key Japanese values such as nomunication, kata and omotenashi.
Pernille Rudlin was brought up partly in Japan and partly in the UK. She is fluent in spoken and written Japanese, and lived in Japan for 9 years.
She spent nearly a decade at Mitsubishi Corporation (the Fortune 500 $70bn Japanese investment and trading conglomerate) working in their London operations, Europe & Africa HQ and Tokyo headquarters in sales and marketing and corporate planning and also including a stint in their International Human Resource Development Office.
More recently she had a global senior role as Director of External Relations, International Business, at Fujitsu, the leading Japanese information and communication technology company and the biggest Japanese employer in Europe, focusing on ensuring the company’s corporate messages in Japan reach the world outside.
Pernille Rudlin holds a B.A.(Hons) from Oxford University in Modern History and Economics and an M.B.A. from INSEAD and she is the author of several books and articles on cross cultural communications and business.
Since starting Japan Intercultural Consulting’s operations in Europe in 2004, Pernille has conducted seminars for Japanese and European companies in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Switzerland, UAE, the UK and the USA, on Japanese cultural topics, post merger integration and on working with different European cultures.