Japan/America Society of Kentucky
Working in Harmony – How to Overcome Misunderstanding and Improve Relations in a Japanese-Owned Company.
Kenji Tashiro, an experienced presenter to Japanese and American executives, managers, and associates, will be giving a free seminar on how to work and interact with our Japanese counterparts.
This seminar will focus on
1. Overcoming misunderstanding to promote growth
2. Promoting mutual values
3. Understanding Japanese business practices and customs
4. Localization of large international companies
Come join JASK as we focus on how to better work with our Japanese counterparts and co-workers. This seminar will help you to understand many of the practices of a Japanese company. Understanding these differences can help to make transitions and meetings go smoothly and enhance the effectiveness of your business.
Date: Wednesday, July 24th
Time: 3:00 pm (Seminar)
5:01 pm (Networking Reception)
Location: Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Office
300 West Vine St. #1100
Lexington, KY 40507
Presenter: Kenji Tashiro
Kenji is a member of the Corporate and Transactional Practice Group at Bingham Greenebaum and Doll LLP. A Japanese native, Kenji has worked, researched and taught in the areas of International Maritime Law, International business law and arbitration law for 9 years.
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