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JIC available to conduct cross-cultural sessions in Thailand
Misako Onoda
Nov 14, 2010 11:40 PM
Tim Keeley, one of JIC Japan's star facilitators, will be in Thailand from late January to late March 2011. This is his yearly trip to Thailand to teach Asian Management at Chulalongkorn University.
 
Taking advantage of Tim being in Thailand, we would like to offer our clients the opportunity to conduct in-house sessions during February and March of next year at their operations in Thailand.  In particular, he can teach "Working Effectively with Thais" for Japanese and other non-Thai audiences, and "Working Effectively with Japanese" for Thai audiences.

In 2009, Tim published Working for Japanese Companies in Thailand from Chulalongkorn University Press.  He is also the author of International Human Resource Management in Japanese Firms: Their Greatest Challenge. Tim is also a gifted linguist – he is fluent in Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Polish, German, Russian and of course his native language of English.

For further information or to schedule a seminar with Tim in Thailand, please contact Misako Onoda.

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