Japanese Business Etiquette Training | Online | Americas
The Doing Business with the Japanese course is ideal for companies seeking to build successful business relationships with Japanese clients, partners and colleagues.
Delivered over two online sessions, this interactive and engaging seminar is an opportunity to learn about Japanese business culture and etiquette and how you can develop strategies in working with the Japanese to achieve successful business outcomes.
This training program will help you avoid the pitfalls and commonly-made mistakes by people both new and experienced in dealing with Japan. It will cover the fundamentals of Japanese business etiquette and culture to remove those uncomfortable moments of cross-cultural business and provide you with strategies to maximize the value of your business interactions.
Regional Training Dates
The following training programs are scheduled to provide participation options during business hours in different time zones.
Europe/MENA | 23 – 24 May 2022 [Event details: Japanese Business Etiquette Training | Europe/MENA]
Asia-Pacific | 22-23 June 2022 [Event details: Japanese Business Etiquette Training | Asia-Pacific]
Americas | 29-30 June 2022 [Event details below]
Date: 29 Jun 2022 - 30 Jun 2022
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am | Timezone: America/Los Angeles
Global: New York 11:00 am | Santiago 11:00 am | London 4:00 pm
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Format: Two 3-hour online sessions held over two consecutive days
Presenter: Paul Smith | Director, Shinka Management
Pricing: USD 395 per person
Pricing is exclusive of any applicable withholding or goods and services taxes
Session 1 | Japanese Etiquette Fundamentals
- Japan Country Overview
- Japan’s School and University System
- Relationships and Hierarchy
- Society and Conventions
- Gift Giving and Receiving
- Japanese Dining and Drinking Etiquette
- Service Culture
Session 2 | Doing Business with the Japanese
- Japanese Company Characteristics
- Mindset of the Japanese Executive
- Corporate Values and Decision-Making
- Management Culture
- Hosting and Attending Meetings
- Communication and Interpreters
What our Japanese Business Etiquette training participants have said…
The training was highly informative. The topics regarding Japanese culture will be of great help to our staff who are new in Japan. The topics on working within a multicultural environment were also informative and gave me a good overview of the differences of each culture.
We really enjoyed the training and got a lot out of it! Just understanding those little things helps – we didn’t realise quite a few things about the life of a Japanese person which was very interesting! Thanks for pulling this all together for us.
A real tour de force today and yesterday – such great interesting insight. I’ve learned a lot and it’s put a lot into context for me. Thanks so much!
Sekisui Rib Loc Australia engaged Shinka Management to support a proposal to engage with a Russian investor in the development of the Russian waste and fresh water pipe rehabilitation market. The plan incorporated the Japanese group’s international portfolio of technologies and products; and presented verifiable data on the Russian pipe rehabilitation market and its potential…
I recently attended a virtual workshop on Japanese business etiquette conducted by Shinka Management which ran for two 3-hour sessions over consecutive days. While I have conducted business in Japan in a very limited way in the past, I was essentially starting with zero knowledge of Japan and Japanese business etiquette. My first thought when…
Thank you so much for yesterday. I just wanted to pass on some feedback from everyone this morning because they were all overwhelmingly pleased with yesterday’s training. We all agreed it was extremely helpful. My colleagues mentioned that the way you delivered and also the information provided was exactly what we needed. Comments were made…
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Inquiries to Eri Dennis, Consultant, Shinka Management at eri.dennis<at>shinkamanagement.com