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Global Business Writing & Logical Thinking (C07)


Program Purpose:

  • Craft compelling English emails, reports, and presentations that not only gain approval from international stakeholders but also garner support and prompt decisive action. Master the art of creating clear, logical, and persuasive requests to prevent misunderstandings, ensuring swift responses and inspiring quick, positive action.


Recommended Participants:

  • Ideal for professionals and executives aspiring to excel in international business environments, our program caters to those who seek to enhance their written communication skills. Whether you're a seasoned business leader or an emerging talent, this program is designed to elevate your ability to communicate persuasively on a global scale.


Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the Five Cs (Clear, Concise, Convincing, Correct, Caring) for impactful communication, employing proven formats to sustain motivation amid challenges, and refine your skills through real case analysis and personalized feedback for faster and more effective responses.

  • Enhance business results by crafting English requests and proposals in a clear, persuasive global style, emphasizing clarity, benefits, and a natural tone for global readers, ensuring documents are purposeful and persuasive, and receiving feedback to refine your writing style.

  • Master the art of clear, concise, and efficient writing, ensuring your ideas are easily understood by front-loading key points, comprehending logical thinking in English proposals, and applying global writing styles, ultimately achieving quicker, more effective business outcomes through creative techniques like outlining and mind-mapping for rapid, clear planning.

  • Build friendly win-win relationships and negotiations via your writing


Language Requirements:

  • This program is delivered bilingually in both Japanese and English to accommodate a diverse range of participants.


How to join:

  • You can join this and over 30 other bilingual intercultural programs to develop your global leadership skills for just 5000 yen per month. Click the buttons below to start with a free coaching session and one month free trial.


 

Program Details and Webinar Schedule


Enhance your efficiency and that of your readers by mastering the art of writing clear documents swiftly. Experience the benefits of prompt responses and timely, accurate actions when crafting your requests. Additionally, cultivate trust and foster friendly relationships through your writing, establishing a collaborative environment that allows for swift and effective problem-solving together.


Webinar 1: Write effective English emails for global business

  • Learn the five Cs of good email writing: Clear, Concise, Convincing, Correct, Caring - so your non-Japanese counterparts reply quickly and support your ideas.

  • Use proven formats for clear, polite and positive language to keep motivation high, even when dealing with problems and risks.

  • Analyze some cases and learn how to write faster, better emails that get a good response. Get your own email style checked.


Webinar 2: Write effective requests in emails, proposals and presentations

  • Create better business outcomes by writing English requests and proposals in a clear, persuasive global style.

  • Write clearly and persuasively by focusing on clear requests and benefits from your reader‘s viewpoint.

  • Use a written style that is natural for your global reader. (Avoiding writing unclear, overly polite, unusually formatted English documents without clear purpose, or persuasive power. )

  • Clarify your purpose of presentations - change from unfocused information sharing, to persuading your audience to support you and take action. Get your own document style checked.


Webinar 3: Write more clearly and logically

  • Write clearly, concisely and quickly, in ways that your reader can understand efficiently.

  • Front load your idea so the conclusion and structure are clear from the star.

  • Understand logical thinking for proposing and reporting in English. Learn global English logic and style, including using paragraphs, subtitles and bullet points, and produce faster. better business results.

  • Learn creative techniques such as outlining and mind-mapping to create quick clear, plans


Webinar 4: Build friendly win-win relationships and negotiations via your writing

  • Show positive attitude and appreciation. (And avoid negative words that create worries, blaming or conflict.)

  • Build relationships and collaboration by showing your real friendly, caring self. Use "PS" to start friendly conversations without confusing the main topic.

  • Explain issues, offer solutions and invite ideas in a positive discussion.

  • Deal with problems and complaints in ways that create trust and build positive relationships.


Dates (all times JST):


Group 12 (Thursday evenings / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 2: Jan 25 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 3: Feb 22 Thu 19:00-20:00


  • Webinar 4: Mar 28 Thu 19:00-20:00

Group 13 (Tuesday afternoons / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 2: Jan 23 Tue 13:30 - 14:30

  • Webinar 3: Feb 27 Tue 13:30 - 14:30


  • Webinar 4: Mar 26 Tue 13:30 - 14:30

Group 14 (Thursday evenings / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 1: Apr 25 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 2: May 23 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 3: Jun 27 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 4: Jul 25 Thu 19:00-20:00

Group 15 (Thursday evenings / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 1: Apr 25 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 2: May 23 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 3: Jun 20 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 4: Jul 18 Thu 19:00-20:00

Group 16 (Tuesday afternoons / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 1: Apr 23 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 2: May 28 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 3: Jun 27 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 4: Jul 23 Tue 13:30-14:30

Group 17 (Tuesday afternoons / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 1: Aug 27 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 2: Sep 24 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 3: Oct 22 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 4: Nov 26 Tue 13:30-14:30

Group 18 (Thursday evenings / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 1: Aug 22 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 2: Sep 26 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 3: Oct 24 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 4: Nov 28 Thu 19:00-20:00

Group 19 (Tuesday afternoons / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 1: Dec 17 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 2: Jan 28 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 3: Feb 24 Tue 13:30-14:30

  • Webinar 4: Mar 24 Tue 13:30-14:30

Group 20 (Thursday evenings / Instructor: John Lynch and colleagues)

  • Webinar 1: Dec 19 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 2: Jan 23 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 3: Feb 27 Thu 19:00-20:00

  • Webinar 4: Mar 27 Thu 19:00-20:00


Participants' comments:

  • "Now I realize it makes a big difference when I say clear request first, benefits, reasons and deadline. And it looks ’native’ when I use paragraphs." - General Affairs Coordinator, Energy Company

  • "Your program is much better than the other seminars that just teach English skills because you focus on the cultural gaps. For example, my colleague does not understand why they hardly have any response from foreign venders. He send the Japanese style E-mail insistently, and finally the venders does not respond at all. It is not because the lack of English skill, as you know." - Innovation Manager, Office Equipment Maker

  • "I really enjoyed it and learned a lot from your program. the 'conclusion-development-conclusion' style you described thoroughly made sense. I wish I could've learned it when I was a new graduate." - Customer Support, Global CRO



 















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