Need to understand better Business in Japan or with the Japanese?

 

GBMC cross-cultural training courses

GBMC cross-cultural training courses

 

Need to understand better Business in Japan or with the Japanese?

Check our Cross-cultural Training courses!

That is, we are happy and proud to launch, at GBMC, a new set of EU-JAPAN CROSS-CULTURAL TRAINING COURSES designed for EU and Japanese executives either working for Japanese companies or doing business with Japan. With, of course, our touch to it!!  In short, we now offer in-house/company-specific seminars (training customised and delivered for your company) as well as open business seminars  (training open to all companies) in the centre of Paris and, to a lesser extent, in Brussels area.

Training courses are sorted out according to the following three series:

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SERIE 1: Cross-cultural training for Japanese expatriates working in Europe

Our aim here is to increase EFFECTIVENESS IN THE WORKPLACE through overcoming cultural differences between European staff and Japanese expatriates.

Seminars (half a day each) are aimed at raising general cultural awareness as well as at understanding and developing practical strategies for solving cultural differences and conflicts which might rise at the office, from a Japanese staff perspective.

Half-day training courses:

€> our General Workshop #1.0: Working and Communicating with European Colleagues
€> our Training Module #1.1: Managing European staff effectively

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SERIE 2: Cross-cultural training for European staff in Japanese companies

Our aim here is to increase EFFECTIVENESS IN THE WORKPLACE through overcoming cultural differences between European staff and their Japanese colleagues or bosses.

Seminars (half a day each) are aimed at raising general cultural awareness as well as at understanding and developing practical strategies for solving cultural differences and conflicts which might rise at the office, from a European staff perspective.

Half-day training courses:

€> our General Workshop #2.0: Working and Communicating with Japanese Colleagues
€> our Training Module #2.1: Managing in a Japanese Organisation

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SERIE 3: Training for EU companies approaching the Japanese Market or working with Japanese companies (Japanese customers, clients or partners)

Our aim here is to increase EFFECTIVENESS IN DOING BUSINESS WITH THE JAPANESE through overcoming cultural differences between Europeans and Japanese.

On a standard base, we propose the following 5 seminars (half a day each):

€> our General Workshop #3.0: ” Doing Business with Japan ”
€> our Training Module #3.1: ” Business Negotiations in Japan ”
€> our Training Module #3.2: ” Business Meetings in Japan ”
€> our Training Module #3.3: ” How to pitch to Japanese prospects ”

On a more in-depth base, we propose the following 2 seminars (one full day each):

€> our Advanced Workshop #3.4: ” How to export to Japan and How to market your products in Japan ”
€> our Advanced Workshop #3.5: ” Japan Entry Strategies and How to set up an office in Japan ”

MORE DETAILS FROM our website at:
http://www.gbmc.biz/Japan_Training.html   and
http://www.gbmc.biz/Training_-_Registration.html

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About GBMC

GBMC (Global Business & Management Consulting): Based in Paris area, we are a proactive Professional Service Provider and Consultancy specialized in the following three domains: 1) EU-Japan Business Consulting (Consultancy, Import-Export, Training & Translation). 2) General Business Consulting (Business Coaching, Technical Markets Consulting) 3) Management Consulting (Interim Management, Transition Management) Please check www.gbmc.biz for details View all posts by GBMC

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