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THE Leadership Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo Japan

Apr 27, 2016

Why Leading Project Teams Is Tough


Projects are too common. Because of this we take them for granted, seeing them as part of everyday work, but we don’t approach them properly. We usually gather the team together and then dive straight into the details of the project, without really applying a professional approach....

Apr 20, 2016

How To Get Good Ideas



We find it frustrating when we have good ideas or suggestions but all we receive is rejection or even worse criticism of our ideas. Part of it can be the culture of the organization. I was listening to some friend’s war stories about working at a major global cosmetics brand, where the...

Apr 13, 2016

Stop Killing Your Sales


What we say and how we say it matters. It matters in life, in families and in business- especially in sales. Salestalk is very semantics driven. By the way, the classic Hollywood big talking salesperson is an archeological artifact, a dusty relic, now banished to the tombs. Today, salespeople...

Apr 6, 2016

Japan’s 3 No Ys Society


Sakaiya Taichi, well known author and futurist, made an interesting observation about the current trend of Japanese society. He referred to Japan’s current lack of yoku (desire), yume (dreams) and yaruki (guts). What does this mean for business and for our companies if we are staffed by...