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Cross-Cultural Training, how to adapt to the others in Asia? Tokyo Session.


Cross-Cultural Training, how to adapt to the others in Asia? Tokyo Session.

Leading a Team, or Working as a Team-Member in an intercultural context is never an easy challenge. This Seminar aims at helping Foreigners or Local People to learn how to adapt to different culture(s), or to people coming from different backgrounds.

A team with better understanding is performing better, as they face less conflicts, less misunderstanding, and stop to expect the others to be like them. If you want your team to perform beyond expectation, you need this training.

To avoid cliches and stereotypes, this 2 days seminar will focus first on a deep understanding of what inter-culturality is, not by using opinions, but using a metric approach, initiated by Geert Hofstede, and his approach of Cultural Dimensions. Some additional authors will be used to illustrate and define cultures. On a second part, we will be defining each and every personality type of the persons attending the training, thanks to the MBTI®, to help them understanding better their own communication and how to adapt it to their current or future environment.

Detailed program

Day 1 - 9:00-12:15 / 13:30-17:00



Expectations of the attendees

What does "Culture" means, what is it made of?

Awareness of Cultural Differences: communication and cross-cultural communication

Beliefs & Stereotypes

Levels of Culture - Shein

Layers of Culture - Hofstede

Low and High levels of Cultures


The six dimensions of Culture

How about you? Profiles comparisons (from the questionnaire)

Who adapts to who?

Day 2: 9:00-12:15 / 13:30-17:00


MBTI Theory of types

Questionnaire feedback and validation

Team dynamics, the MBTI approach

Type and communication


The Map, Bridge and Integrate Approach for Intercultural Teams

Best Practices

Self-awareness and self-consciousness

Establishing your own action plan

The virtuous circle


Academic inputs,

Proven methodologies (no opinion, no chit-chat) to support and documents the course

Individual and groups exercises

Venue and Organization

 Venue may change with a prior notice of 2 weeks, not further than 5 kilometers.

This seminar includes (per day):

A welcoming morning coffee and two coffee breaks with finger foods buffet.

A 2 courses light lunch, served with non-alcoholic beverages (choices will be sent to you after registration)

Please note:

This seminar requires a minimum of 4 attendees. In case of less people attending, you will be offered to transfer your seat to a next session.Booking is bending, there is no refund, except exceptional case, examined and agreed by the French Headquarters.Please ask your receipts (if needed) in advance, which will be issued by the French Headquarters.
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2 days seminar "cross cultural training" USD 1,249

Map ibis Tokyo Shinjuku, 7-10-5 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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