Japan Intercultural Institute:

JII Conference 2010: Intercultural Learning for a Global World: From the Classroom to the Boardroom

Date: Sunday, October 17th, 2010 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: Glen S. Fukushima (Keynote), Joseph Shaules (Special Presentation), and many others

Join us as educators, trainers and internationalists gather to discuss how to develop the skills and attitudes that encourage internationalism. We are honored to have a special keynote by Glen S. Fukushima, as well as a wide range of other presenters.

Keynote: Glen S. Fukushima
Intercultural Skills in a Globalizing Word: Lessons from Experience
Glen S. Fukushima is the Chairman of Airbus Japan. As a senior USTR official, Glen S. Fukushima was instrumental in negotiations that opened Japanese markets to US products in the 1980s.

Special Presentation: Joseph Shaules
The Hidden Self: Discovering Your Hidden Cultural Programming

Other presentations include:

Yoshimoto Oikawa:
Japanese companies going global with English

Alexandra Shaitan:
Effective Intercultural Communication Strategies

Olson Philip:
Culture in Language Education

Annette Karseras:
Corporate Coaching: Cultures of Perception

Valerie Hansford:
Beyond 'culture points': incorporating culture into the language classroom

Stephen Shrader:
Assumptions about classroom culture: Helping students from Japan prepare for study abroad

This is our big event of the year! We look forward to seeing you there! For more info and to register, see the JII Conference 2010 website.

Organization: Japan Intercultural Institute

Cost: 6000 yen

Venue: Shirayuri College, Senkawa Station (Keio line), Tokyo

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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