To create a true global team
at Japanese Companies
"It is a norm to carry out such tasks Japanese companies. Why can't they understand that?"
"I don't understand the rules of Japanese companies. It's so difficult to work in a Japanese company..."
|Winning Together at Japanese Companies
Completion time: 2.5 hours
Chapter 1: Working with Non-Japanese employees
1-1 Significance of working with foreign employees and the goals
1-2 5 advantages of a diverse team
Chapter 2: Dealing with differences in corporate cultures
2-1 Apologies and sense of responsibilities
2-2 Long-term and short-term concept of time
2-3 Truth about the Japanese way of work
Chapter 3: Motivations of non-Japanese employees
3‒4 Retention of judgement
3‒5 5 great desires of non-Japanese employees
3‒6 Instructions and reliance for non-Japanese employees
Chapter 4: Leading multinational parties
4-1 How to win the empathy of non-Japanese employees
4-2 Steps to share sense of ownership
4-3 Soft and hard approach to leadership
Chapter 5: Concerns from non-Japanese employees and the way of coping
5-1 I couldn't see my career path
5-2 I want to work as one
5-3 I am concerned about the differences in culture
5-4 Showing the value of existance and contribution
Chapter 6: Merits of global business
6-1 Profit and loss for diverse team
6-2 Future of Japanese companies
【For Foreign Hires】
Completion time: 1.5 hours
Chapter 1: Japanese Communication
1-1. Japanese Communication(Express your thanks and show your interest)
1-2. Japanese Business Communication (Greetings, Name
card exchange, CC Mail, Phone calls)
1-3. Points to note when communicating with Japanese
(Respond to refusal)
Chapter 2: An Active Role in Japanese Companies
2-1. Japanese work values (The meaning of work to Japanese,the pursuit of quality,trying your best, interpersonal
relationships at the work place)
2-2. Proceeding with work the Japanese way. (Horenso, PDCA, Japanese concept of time, Work attitude)
Chapter 3: Pitfalls and Advice for Non-Japanese Employees
Pitfall 1: Who is my leader?
Pitfall 2: Where am I moving toward?
Pitfall 3: Why can't I get promotion fast?
Pitfall 4: I can't see my area of responsibility.
Pitfall 5: Can't I be promoted if I don't speak Japanese?
Pitfall 6: Don't they care about work-life balance?