On Friday, May 26, GLOBIS University will be holding a seminar to discuss how professionals can successfully overcome cultural differences and communicate effectively in cross-cultural business settings.
The globalized economy has made cross-cultural skills a necessity for any thriving businessperson. However, in Japan especially, the push to "go global" has sometimes been rebuffed by seemingly insurmountable cultural differences. How can Japanese and foreign professionals find the right balance between smooth interaction and leveraging diversity?
This interactive seminar will feature a dialogue between Megumi Taoka and Suzanne Price, two leading experts in the field of diversity and inclusion in Japan, followed by Q&A and networking. Discussions will include insights and practical advice for those seeking better understanding, as well as those wanting to be better understood, in global business settings.
Friday, May 26, 2017
19:30 - 21:30
Free of charge
MBA, Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba
BA in Philosophy, Keio University
Megumi Taoka has extensive experience in financial reporting for global companies in London, New York and Tokyo. At GLOBIS, she teaches Cross-cultural Management, Power and Influence, and Financial Accounting. Her industry expertise ranges from fashion and entertainment to recruiting and human capital. Her recent research is comparative studies of ethics and morals across cultures. Ms. Taoka earned her MBA from the University of Tsukuba.
Post Graduate Diploma / MSc. Applied Psychology and Psychotherapy, Metanoia Institute, London Registered Psychiatric Nurse, United Kingdom
Suzanne Price is an expert at designing, facilitating and implementing training and coaching programs with a wide range of experience working for multinational organizations across industries. In 2003, she founded Price Global, specializing in Diversity and Inclusion (D&I), Unconscious Bias, Global Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Building Resilience and Emotional Intelligence. Suzanne is based in Tokyo and works throughout Asia Pacific, the UK and the USA.
In 2015, Suzanne was recognized as "Top 10 Diversity Consultants by The Economist Global Diversity List." In 2012 she was honored with the ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ British Business Award by the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan.
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