Contact Mailing List
Japan Intercultural Consulting

Home
About JIC
Services
Clients
News & Articles
Events
Blogs
Writing Coach
Store
Contact Us

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...
EVENTS JAPANESE BUSINESS CULTURE BLOG
Mar 07, 2017
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH JAPANESE
St. John's Golf & Conference Center 44045 Five Mile Road Plymouth, MI 48170, United States


Apr 04, 2017
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH JAPANESE
Heights/South 100 West Algonquin Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005, United States


Apr 25, 2017
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH AMERICANS – A seminar for Japanese
Crowne Plaza Cincinnati Blue Ash 5901 Pfeiffer Road Cincinnati, OH 45242, United States


May 23, 2017
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH JAPANESE
St. John's Golf & Conference Center 44045 Five Mile Road Plymouth, MI 48170, United States


Sep 26, 2017
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH JAPANESE
St. John's Golf & Conference Center 44045 Five Mile Road Plymouth, MI 48170, United States


See Complete Schedule...
Pernille Rudlin
"Africa is Japan Upside Down"
Oct 13, 2016 04:49 AM
by Pernille Rudlin

"Africa is Japan Upside Down" said Sir Paul Collier at a talk I attended a while ago. Nonetheless he saw opportunities for Japan there. The recent TICAD conference in Nairobi has heralded a renewed interest in Africa from our clients, so we are delighted to announce the appointment of Justin Wolff as our South Africa Representative. [Read More...]


Pernille Rudlin
There's been plenty of analysis on why Japan, the UK and the USA have such low or declining productivity levels - even if employment is relatively healthy. I observed envy making levels of efficiency and work/life balance during my recent trips to the Netherlands, which may have show some cultural factors at work, as I observed in my article here. [Read More...]


Pernille Rudlin
Why is there no Japanese word for 'risk'?
May 18, 2016 04:19 AM
by Pernille Rudlin

Lessons in managing risk do not seem to have been learned twenty years’ on, with a seeming procession of Japanese Presidents bowing their heads in shame at unanticipated risks and covered up mistakes which escalate into full blown crises. [Read More...]


Pernille Rudlin
What Spring means in Japan and Europe
Mar 21, 2016 07:14 AM
by Pernille Rudlin

Spring came early in Europe this year, inspiring me to write an article for the Teikoku Databank News on what Spring means in Europe and Japan, spring cleaning and the origins of the Easter Bunny [Read More...]


Visit Our Japanese Business Culture Blog...