Designated for leaders and managers willing to ensure how to prevent crisis or if too late how to handle successfully a crisis with a Japanese business partner. We will share with you our practical tool kit to handle existing or potential crisis with a Japanese business partner
To learn :
o How to avoid common and costly mistakes
o How to prevent a crisis or if too late: how to handle a crisis and provide an effective response
o How to limit the potential reputational damage, financial implications and legal liability to your organisation and stakeholders.
o To implement our practical tool kit to handle existing or potential crisis with a Japanese business partner.
Dos & don’ts and goes far beyond through case studies, role play and practical examples.
o Steps to take to reduce the risk of crisis occurrence with Japanese business partners o How to understand the situation? How to assess the crisis risk ?
o If too late : how to tackle a crisis ? Team selection; actions plans; communications
o When and how to host and attend meetings during a crisis?
o How to negotiate during a crisis with Japanese companies?
o Real-life crisis management techniques
o Case studies and crisis scenario exercise
Brussels 12 May 2020
When ? 12 May 2020
(8:45 am - 16:15 pm)
Price : 390 EUR / pers + VAT
Where ? Online during Quarantine / avenue de Tervuren 81, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
Price: 390€ per person
390 EUR/pers +VAT (1 day or 7 hours + lunch)
Sandwiches, coffee and drinks are included
8:45 am - 4:15 pm
Avenue de Tervuren 81, 1040 Brussels
Metro Stations : Montgomery or Merode
Delivery methods :
Our objective is to make sure you leave the training with a deeper insight as well as practical tools
Tailored to your needs :
Depending on your needs, we can customise any of our training programmes.
Our trainings are conducted in English, French or Japanese
If you’d like to receive further information or to see how our trainings can be tailored to your specific issues and needs, please contact us:
- firstname.lastname@example.org or
- to go directly to the on-line information request form