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Japan Intercultural Consulting is a global training and consulting firm focused on Japanese business. We help clients improve working relationships in multicultural environments. We provide cross-cultural awareness training seminars, management and communication skills training seminars, teambuilding programs, human resource management consulting, and executive coaching services. By working with us, our clients are better able to achieve their business goals. READ MORE...
Apr 28, 2015
Working Effectively with Japanese Colleagues, Customers and Partners
Royal Over-Seas League, Park Place, St James Street, London SW1, United Kingdom

Jul 01, 2015
Effektives Arbeiten mit japanischen Kollegen, Kunden und Partnern
Frankfurt Westin Grand Hotel, Germany

Oct 08, 2015
Effektives Arbeiten mit japanischen Kollegen, Kunden und Partnern
Düsseldorf Mercure Hotel, Germany

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Pernille Rudlin
Germans, Japanese and Americans work the way they drive
Feb 27, 2015 12:44 PM
by Pernille Rudlin

Some interesting insights on accident rates, slamming the door, reverse parking and self service gasoline [Read More...]

Pernille Rudlin
Japan in the Age of Globalization - Book review
Feb 02, 2015 06:38 AM
by Pernille Rudlin

The editors of this book have tried to stitch a rather eclectic group of papers together as proof that Japan was and is still engaging with the globalizing world. [Read More...]

Pernille Rudlin
We are delighted to welcome a new consultant to our European team, Emma Johnson. Emma is based in Manchester, UK and will therefore be focusing on helping Japanese companies operating in the north of England - a continuation of her previous work supporting inward investment into the region. Emma will be facilitating our "Working Effectively with Japanese colleagues, partners and clients" seminar in Manchester in June. [Read More...]

Pernille Rudlin
Cool biz
Dec 16, 2014 04:12 AM
by Pernille Rudlin

I am not in the slightest bit surprised by this research showing that Japan's Cool Biz policy - a government "recommendation" since 2005 that companies don't switch on the air conditioning until temperatures reach 28 degrees centigrade, in order to reduce carbon emissions - reduces productivity. [Read More...]

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