Succeeding in a Japanese Company - all 12 interviews - 27% saving
Insights from 12 Japan Intercultural Consulting consultants on succeeding in a Japanese company in or outside Japan
Whether you are new to a Japanese company or have been there for a while,you may well have been puzzled and bewildered by some of the procedures and practices you have experienced.
Across 12 interviews with Japan Intercultural Consulting consultants from around the world, we answer questions for the newly employed such as:
- How do I communicate with my Japanese colleagues?
- What does my Japanese manager, and/or Japanese executive expect from me?
- What is the appropriate way to act in meetings and social situations?
- How do I deal with the language barrier, and all the other communications challenges?
- Why don't I get much feedback, and how can I get more?
- How can I get my job done, in this environment that works completely differently than others I have been in before?
- How to get things done in the Japanese company environment.
- How to build relationships with people at the parent company.
- Improving everyday interaction situations, like presentations and meetings, and how to make those more successful.
Rochelle Kopp is founder and Managing Principal of Japan Intercultural Consulting, an international training and consulting firm focused on Japanese business. She is a recognised authority on Japanese culture and business practices, particularly Japanese communication style and organisational behaviour and decision-making in Japanese firms. A veteran facilitator experienced in delivering training and consulting to both Japanese and non-Japanese, Rochelle has a particular specialty in facilitating cross-cultural team-buildings and other programs for executives.