Japanese Business Etiquette: A Culture Seminar

Saturday, April 20
1:00 – 4:00pm
Griffin 3

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Learn how to greet Japanese people

Discover the key to a successful greeting with a Japanese individual. Gain invaluable insights into Japanese customs, ensuring you approach your next interaction with a Japanese client or colleague with poise and confidence.

Understand what you need to build relationships

You will learn about Japanese business culture and behaviors as well as practical survival tips to help you build trusting relationships in the workplace.

Be prepared for what to do next

Gain insights and perspectives on the cultural values underlying typical workplace actions. This workshop is designed to enhance your confidence in effectively collaborating with Japanese professionals.

About the Facilitator

Jun is a renowned language educator celebrated for her innovative teaching methods merging language and culture. Her programs, popular among global enterprises, facilitate communication between the U.S. and Japan. She is CEO of Mirai InterCultural, Director of Language Programs at JASCO, and a faculty at Ohio Wesleyan University.

Co-sponsored by the Department of Asian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, and the Lecture Committee of Williams College.