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THE Leadership Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo Japan

Feb 27, 2019

Okay Boss, Admit You Were Wrong


Litigious western societies are firmly against admitting wrongdoing.  Legions of lawyers advise to admit nothing ahead of the coming court case. In business, no one sees any upside to admitting responsibilities for failure.  Instead the blame shifting game gets underway, as the guilt is...

Feb 20, 2019

High Performer Coaching


Coaching high performers is tricky.  They have talent, ability and are already highly motivated.  They usually have a pretty healthy ego as well and have probably been mentally trying out your chair, to see how it fits them.  Interestingly enough, this is the group the boss pays the least...

Feb 13, 2019

How To End A Project Team


There are no shortage of projects and project teams inside companies.  Often, for big projects, various people are brought together to create a specialist team for that particular project.  The projects eventually come to an end and most commonly, start with a bang and go out with a whimper. ...

Feb 6, 2019

Leaders Who Fail To Follow Up, Fail Their Business


Companies spend considerable time and treasure to improve the business.  Ideas are generated and projects initiated.  New hires are brought in to expand the business. Training is delivered to raise skill and ability levels.  All of these types of activities need...