Global business trainer,
Registered management consultant under METI
MA at Institute of Social Studies (Den Hague, the Netherlands).
BA at International Christian University (Tokyo)
Work experiences: She was in charge as Associate Portfolio Manager at United Nations Office for Project Services (New York), after having served as a researcher of JICA-Vietnam project. Moved to Senegal, of west Africa in 2003 and returned home and established consulting company in 2005 which delivers management consulting services and training opportunities to enterprises in Japan.
She has delivered relevant and practical cross-cultural communication training workshops to non-Japanese/Japanese staff at foreign affiliated companies like Reckitt Benckiser Japan. She has also many lecturing experiences with Japanese companies, Chamber of Commerce,NGOs, international organizations like Asia Productivity Organization (APO).
Working Paper NO.319
"The Japanese Version of Project Cycle Management: Adoption, Adaptation and Application of ZOPP ?. A comparative analysis of methods and methodologies"
published as ISS working paper (August 2000),
Translated Robert Chambers 'Ideas for Development'
Language: English, Japanese
Global business trainer and management consultant
Profile: MBA, Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Rennes.After serving as Director of the Euro Research Institute, he was Professor at Rennes School of Business in France (Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Rennes), lecturing Global management, Inter-cultural communication, and Japanese-style management etc. As a freelance journalist for 'Foresight' 'Weekly Shincho' 'Themis' etc., he has in-depth knowledge of the current business trend in Europe, US, and Japan.
Lecture Experiences: Major companies in Japan such as Nissan, Nichirei, NGK, Hitachi, JVC, Bandai, TBS etc. have benefited from his relevant business briefings/cross-cultural case study/conflict management training which led to performance improvement of each company.His lecturing experiences as a global business trainer also include European/American capital based enterprises in Japan such as Reckitt Benckiser, HSBC, and Philips Japan etc..
Publication: 'Servant spirit: the Japanese Mentality'
Research visits; European countries, USA, Russia, Middle east and Asia
Language: English, French, Japanese
Global business trainer
M.A. in International Cooperation Studies, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University
Work experiences:Born between her Japanese parents, Yuria spent 10 years of her childhood in Malaysia and Singapore. After obtaining a master�fs degree, she worked as a human resources staff for a Japanese server hosting company where multi-national engineers gather. Later on, Yuria pursued her career in a translation/interpretation agency where she served as translator, interpreter as well as client coordinator. After staying in the Philippines due to her husband�fs job, she came back to Japan to work for a major trading company. Her main duties in the Mineral Resources Department of the corporation include in-house translation, interpretation, secretary to manager, assisting the incorporation of an overseas subsidy, and business skills training to the newly employed staff. Her career as a translator covers various business settings from board levels to party reception, which makes her well acquainted with diverse business environment.
Lectures for government officials from the developing countries organized by JICA
Languages: Japanese, English and Spanish
Cross-cultural business/legal trainer
Juris Doctor at Nagoya Graduated University, LL.M at University College London, London University, Master of Business and International Law at Yokohana National University.
She worked for programme on environment and sustainable development, in academic division, the United Nation University. She was in charge as a project researcher and conducted training projects and field research in various countries, such as China, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, England and E.U. After continued academic research in international environmental law at UCL, she handled legal documents at a private company in Japan. She has a license of immigration lawyer (Gyosei-shoshi).
Lecture experiences:Japanese Law, Hanoi Law University, 2010
Training workshop for government officials, JICA, 2011
Language: English and Japanese
Japanese business manner trainer
She grew up in Hong Kong for 8 years but with Japanese family background, As a flight attendant in a foreign based airline company, she accumulated for 8 years of rich cross-cultural working experiences with her colleagues from China, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Sri-Lanka, and Indonesia).
Later, as a business manner trainers, she provided abundant lectures and workshops on Japanese business manner (telephone conversations, taboos and rituals, exchanging of name cards, greetings).
Language: English and Japanese