Japan-America Society of Indiana and
Japan Intercultural Consulting present


Learn how to communicate with Japanese
How decisions are made in Japanese organizations
Understand Japanese culture in the workplace



コンサルタント 後藤美郎

Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009
Place: Valle Vista Golf Club & Conference Center
            755 East Main, Greenwood, Indiana 46143
Time: 8:00 to 8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 to 12:30 Seminar

Fees: $50 JASI Members, $100 Public
(Please register by Tuesday, May 26th. No refunds after this date.)


  • Japanese communication style
  • Why Japanese tend to be vague and indirect, and how to interpret what they mean
  • Why Japanese don’t give a lot of feedback
  • Overcoming the language barrier
  • How to confirm whether you’ve been understood correctly
  • How decisions are made in Japanese organizations
  • Why Japanese avoid risk
  • How to get your ideas accepted by a Japanese organization
  • How to make meetings with Japanese more effective
  • How to build strong working relationships with Japanese
  • How to behave appropriately at meals and other social situations
  • What most bothers Japanese about the Americans they work with
For details and registration form: please download PDF file.
Or you can register at this website,