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THE Leadership Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo Japan

Jan 27, 2016

Getting More Done Faster


“The first thing is to make sure you are in the moment” says ten time tennis Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic. “That is much easier to say than to do. You have to exclude all distractions and focus on what you are about to do. In order to get into that state of concentration, you need to...

Jan 20, 2016

Today We Need Persuasive Leadership


The tried and true leadership model of “do what I say or else” is a personal favourite of people who actually can’t lead. This is the military model, which works when the bullets fly and your death is a requirement to achieve the broader objective. This is a ridiculous model...

Jan 13, 2016

Making It Happen



Beginnings are important in business. It might be the start of a new calendar year, a new financial year or the launch of a new project or initiative. Often we get straight into the launch and problems arise. Those we didn’t anticipate are particularly annoying. We may not be able to eliminate all...

Jan 6, 2016

Do The Right Thing In Japan, Always


Reputation in business is critical. Being honest, law abiding and treating business partners in a fair manner is the best policy for enhancing our reputation. Japan is a hard place in which to get into trouble, but that doesn’t stop some from trying.


The obvious thing to avoid...