６月１５日（月）に一橋大学院ICSのTish Robinson助教授と共に、“Story Telling, Dialoging”等の手法をもちいて、「関係性と”場”つくり」というテーマでワークショック（英語）で開催いたします。参加費は無料ですので、ご都合と，興味がございましたら、ご参加ください。
BUILDING CONNECTIONS & “BA” ON DIVERSE TEAMS
- Date & Time: Monday, JUNE 15, 6pm-8:30pm
- Sponsoring Organization: Hitotsubashi University ICS
- Venue: Hitotsubashi University ICS Kanda Campus Floor 7 Open Space, National Center of Sciences, 2-1-2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8439
- MAP: http://www.ics.hit-u.ac.jp/campus/directions-maps
- Fee: Free
- Food: BYOB: Bring your own Bento!!
- Language: English
- To Register: Email Tish Robinson at email@example.com
- Registration/Cancellation Deadline: Saturday, June 13, 2015
Do you want to build stronger connections and “Ba” with diverse people you meet and work with? Are you looking for a way to build understanding and clarity around yourself, your ideas, or your product? Sharing our personal journeys offers a way to share our values, leave a memorable impression, or provide a context for our decisions or actions.
Come join us at this interactive workshop to practice sharing our personal journeys in job interviews, motivating our teams, or getting to know new people, using proven tools.
You will leave this workshop with practical tools you can use right away to build connection, create “ba,” or develop understanding around new ideas and products, and you leave with new friends and acquaintances as well.
WORKSHOP PRE-WORK PREPARATION
To get the most out of this workshop, bring something real from your own personal journey to share. Think of a value you would lie to convey or a quality about your company’s service or product that you would like to emphasize. Then consider a challenge or conflict that you or your company faced with regard to your value or your company’s service or product and how you addressed it. Or consider a risk you took in your life or a mistake you made, and something you learned. Alternatively, think about what you know about building ba in your life or your work, and consider an example of how you won someone over and built their trust, or how you rebuilt trust after a conflict? Or how a conflict made the relationship stronger or bonded. You do not have to be a great storyteller to join this workshop!!!!
Tish is a professor of Organizational Behavior at Hitotsubashi University, having taught at NYU, UC Berkeley, and Harvard University, and having received her Ph.D. and MBA from MIT, her MACF from the Process Work Institute, and her B.A. from Pomona College. She was appointed by Ambassador Caroline Kennedy as a Commissioner to the Fulbright Japan US Educational Commission, serves on the Board of Directors of Eisai Pharmaceutical Company, and has served as an elected governor on the Board of ACCJ. Her book on dealing with the conflict that arises from diversity is expected out with Toyo Keizai in the next year.
Keiko is a bilingual executive coach and independent HR management consultant who specializes in a range of organizational and management development solutions including assessment, change strategy formation, leadership development, and M & A cultural Integration. Keiko has over 20 years of corporate experience as Talent Manager and HR Director at JPMorgan, Estee Lauder Group of Companies and GE. In addition to her consulting work, Keiko has been a visiting lecturer at Kumamoto University Graduate School of Social and Cultural Sciences on the topics of “Conflict Management in Organization” since summer of 2014.