Cross-Cultural Conflict Coaching Training
Cross-Cultural Conflict Coaching Training,
SAT 9/9, 10am-6pm
Are you a coach fluent in English? Come learn Cross-Cultural Conflict Coaching at 3M Japan! If you are an ORSC Coach, this is an opportunity to complement your Alignment coaching with Mediation techniques from the New York Peace Institute, which accredits mediators for the New York Supreme Court System. We will be working with 3M managers in English at 3M’s beautiful Shinagawa headquarters in a real cross-cultural setting with roleplays on potentially real cross-cultural incidents----please allow 15-20 minutes to walk there from Shinagawa Station.
· DATE: Saturday, September 9, 2017, 10am-6pm,
· LOCATION: Shinagawa-ku, Kita Shinagawa 6-7-29 Floor 2,
東京都品川区北品川6-7-29-Floor 2, Near Garden-City Shinagawa Gotenyama Building,
15-20 minutes walk from Shinagawa Stn,
· Language: English
· Fee: Free of charge.
· BENTO LUNCH: 3M will kindly provide bentos for lunch, as there are no nearby restaurants or convenience stores open on the weekend. If you have dietary restrictions, please let Tish know or bring your own bento.
· Sign Up and Building Security Pass Registration: To sign up and receive a Building Security Pass, please email Tish Robinson at email@example.com by Wednesday, September 6 at 6pm, to register. Then on September 9, give your name or business card at the reception to receive your Building Security Pass.
Tish Robinson teaches managerial mediation at Hitotsubashi University ICS, where she is a professor of Organizational Behavior, Diversity and Teams. She earned her Ph.D. and MBA from MIT, and her BA from Pomona College. She has taught at NYU Stern School, UC Berkeley, and Harvard University. Her Cross-Cultural Conflict Transformation training clients include: Berlitz, Denso, Dentsu, Goldman Sachs, JTB, Mitsui Trading, Mizuho Financial Group, SMBC Mitsui Sumitomo Bank, and Yamaha Music. She has served as an outside Board Director on the board of Eisai Pharmaceuticals, as a commissioner on the Fulbright Japan US Educational Commission, and as a governor on the ACCJ Board of Governors.