October 05

2017

CROSS-CULTURAL WORKSHOP IN KRAKOW, POLAND

½-day "About Japan" Cross-cultural Workshop Series in the EU

In cooperation with local members of the Enterprise Europe Network, the EU-Japan Centre organises cross-cultural workshops in the EU to introduce European companies to the basic principles of Japanese business culture.
The goal of the workshops is to prepare European companies for doing business with Japan.

Led by an expert consultant with coaching experience at all levels of corporate hierarchy from normal employees to top leadership, the workshops covers the following points:

  • Japanese Business Etiquette
  • General do & don’ts
  • Communication with Japanese
  • General differences in communication style (high context vs. low context)
  • Common misunderstandings
  • Gestures and body language
  • Doing Business with Japanese
  • Meetings & decision-making process
  • Negotiating / project management 

Cross-Cultural Workshop in Krakow, Poland

This workshop is targeted at the SME clients of Krakow's University of Technology

• Workshop date: 5 October 2017

• Workshop location:
Politechnika Krakowska Centrum Transferu Technologii
ul. Warszawska 24, 31-155 Kraków, Poland

• Content of the workshop: please click here

The Expert: Chieko Nakabayashi, professor at United Business Institutes (UBI)
Event co-organisers: Politechnika Krakowska Centrum Transferu Technologii

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