Doorkeeper

Working Across Cultures

Wed, 29 Aug 2018 19:00 - 21:00

Pivotal Japan

20F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo, Tokyo

Alireza Goudarzi + 1 more participants
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Free admission

Doors open at 7:00pm - Event begins at 7:30pm

Would you like to improve your business relationships and impact in a multi-cultural workplace? Are you seeing productivity losses due to cultural misunderstandings? Do you believe your multi-cultural team could perform better and do more if everyone were aligned ?

If you're in a position where you're working across cultures, you'll benefit from this presentation by Rochelle Kopp.

Rochelle is a leading expert on cross-cultural communication and effective management practices that help professionals at all levels lead in complex workplace situations in Japan and globally. No matter what your background is, if you're working here in Japan and dealing with one or more different cultures than the one you are rooted in, you'll learn useful ways of getting things done with less stress, more teamwork, and clear mutual understanding.

Rochelle will share with you what she's learned in almost three
decades of studying what works and what doesn't. She'll cover key issues such as:

  • How cultures differ in communication and collaboration styles

  • Transferring awareness of culture issues into effective action

  • How to smoothly "manage up" across cultures

  • And more ...

There will be lots of small group discussions where you can share your experiences with others with various perspectives.

Rochelle Kopp is founder and Managing Principal of Japan
Intercultural Consulting, an international training and consulting
firm focused on Japanese business. As a consultant Rochelle has consulted with many foreign companies entering or expanding operations in the Japanese market, or partnering with Japanese firms. She has also worked closely with numerous Japanese companies of various sizes and in a wide variety of industries, including many of Japan’s most prominent firms.

Prior to establishing Japan Intercultural Consulting in 1994,
Rochelle worked at two U.S.-based international consulting firms, specializing in Japan-U.S. and other global projects. She holds a B.A. in History from Yale University and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business.

Rochelle is author of Creating Engaged Employees in Japan
(upcoming), The Lowdown: Business Etiquette Japan, The Rice-Paper Ceiling: Breaking Through Japanese Corporate Culture and over 25 books in Japanese. She is a columnist for the Asahi Shimbun and several other Japanese language publications.

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