COMMUNICATING, MANAGING AND MARKETING IN EUROPE
Jun 27, 2019 How Europeans perceive their Japanese colleagues
How European communication styles differ from country to country
What motivates Europeans
What Europeans expect from their managers
How to market your company to employees, customers and partners
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
etc venues, Norton Folgate, London E1 6DQ
Frequently asked questions:
Why do Europeans like to discuss everything for such a long time in meetings?
How do I explain more effectively to Europeans that I cannot agree with them?
Why do Europeans often ask for reasons why, when they asked to do something by their Japanese colleagues?
Why do Europeans not work as long as Japanese colleagues do?
What do they think about Japanese work habits?
Japanese people who work in Japanese companies in Europe often wonder about the above questions, to which they cannot find the answers.
This seminar will provide an opportunity to answer those questions and identify effective way to work with British and other European colleagues. Through group discussions, participants will have the chance to learn from each other’s experiences.
Aims of the seminar
Deepen understanding of European cultures and UK workplace customs, regulations and laws
Improve communication skills
Gain practical ideas which can be applied in the workplace
Avoid repeating other people’s mistakes
Learn how to make your company brand appeal to employees, customers and partners
Exchange opinions (active participation is a must!)
Instructor: Pernille Rudlin
Individual fee: £375 plus VAT (£450 total)
Discounted fee for more than two delegates from the same organisation: £325 plus VAT (£390)
To register and pay online please visit our Eventbrite page.
Credit card payment can also be accepted over the phone. Please call +44 1603 465 520 for further details.
For payment by bank transfer or for an invoice - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited to 12 people. We reserve the right to cancel or postpone the seminar if sufficient bookings have not been made.
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