When Bob meets Mr. Zhang, Mr. Tanaka and Mr Kim – Cross-cultural tips for analyst relations in China, Japan and Korea

“How to build business relations in China?” “How to influence a Japanese decision-maker?” “How to source information from Korea?”

When working with Chinese, Japanese and Korean industry analysts, these are probably some of the questions you asked yourself – or been asked by colleagues.

On July 19th, a cross-cultural coach and trainer will give answer questions and give essential advice on effective relationship management in China, Japan and Korea. Using a case study, we will look at cultural tendencies and suggest specific ways of working effectively with industry analysts in Asia. This will include the top 5 key things that industry analysts want in China, Japan and Korea.

The discussion will be the first of Lighthouse’s new series of monthly webinars; these will replace the open conference calls we have run monthly since March 2004.

Our expert speaker will be Cécile Buckenmeyer, who will be discussing with Lighthouse’s Duncan Chapple. Born and raised in France, Cécile is fluent in French, English and Japanese, having lived in Japan, the USA and for the past six years in the UK. She has worked for 10 years as a career and recruitment consultant. Her clients included many FTSE100, European, Japanese and American multinational companies. Most recently she was a manager at Manchester Business School, developing coaching and career services for MBA students and alumni from 30 nationalities.

Cécile has led cross-cultural and teambuilding workshops in numerous countries, particularly in Europe and Asia. She holds a Grande Ecole degree from Tours Graduate School of Management and an MSc in the Psychodynamics of Human Development from Birkbeck College, University of London. She also studied in the Department of Comparative Culture at Sophia University, Tokyo and is currently completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Executive Coaching, from the University of Chester.

The webinar will be held on July 19 at 8 am Pacific time, 11 am Eastern, 4 pm UK time and 5 pm Central European time.

To register for the free webinar, please email us . Please hurry: spaces are limited.

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