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Facilitation for the cross-cultural group

Facilitation for the cross-cultural group

Facilitation for the cross-cultural group

We deliver the facilitation for the cross-cultural group using multiple languages as English or Japanese.

This post is also available in: ja日本語 (Japanese)

Facilitation for the cross-cultural group

In this globalization era, in Japan or any place in the world, the demand of facilitation for the cross-cultural group is rapidly increasing.

Facilitation is originally to enhance engagement in diverse groups, and recently, group context is getting more diverse and complicated. Cross-cultural means various differences, only counties or language, but also industry background, community culture, and individual uniqueness. Facilitators need to handle the difficult situation and complicated context in inclusive and interactive manners.

We are so experienced to facilitate the cross-cultural groups. And we have plenty of professional partner facilitators who’re really passionate to bridge the diverse people.

Help Setting Agenda to Delivery Facilitation

In planning global meetings, sometimes the objective and agenda of the meeting tend to be vague. And our clients struggle to clarify what they should make sure. We help the clients find out what they should achieve and design the appropriate process of group meeting to bring desired outcomes.

We previously helped these kinds of meetings.

  • Team building for the diverse employees group
  • Company’s global policy permeating meeting
  • IT system global roll out project meeting
  • Board meeting with Japanese and English speakers
  • International conference

 

Our partners network

We work together with established partners which affiliate many professional facilitators in the world.


Facilitators Network Singapore (FNS)

Singapore based facilitator’s network. It affiliates more than 2000 facilitators in Asia region.


The International Association of Facilitators (IAF) 

It affiliates more than 400 Certified professional facilitators (CPF).

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Facilitators

Hideyuki Yoshioka CEO of Knowledge SIgns Inc.

Born in Kobe City, 1963.Graduated from the department of business administration of Kobe University
in 1986. Firs career was built in Recruit Co. ltd., well known as “the most ambitious company bringing out many entrepreneurs in Japan”. Founded Knowledge Signs Co. Ltd. in 2003.
Hideyuki has been actively involved in professional facilitation for over 16 years specializing in organizational development, change management, Mid-term plan formulation, IT system global roll out project, HR system developing and SDGs adaptation management. Hideyuki is well experienced for the cross-cultural group facilitation. 
-IAF Certified Professional facilitator (CPF)
-SPOT on Facilitation certified trainer
-Management 3.0 Licensed Facilitator

Language: Japanese, English
Available: Japan, Singapore, other areas in Asia, North America, Eu


Stefan Nüsperling

Stefan is a trilingual (German, English, Japanese) IT-Professional with more than 10 years of experience in Change Management, Agile Methodologies, Facilitation and Management 3.0. He has worked with multinational enterprises in the fields of Leadership as well as Software Development in Japan, South Korea and Germany. As a certified Scrum Master and the first licensed Management 3.0 facilitator in Japan he helps people to give them the ability to improve their organizations into innovative, high-performing and fun places to work.
He has run more than 30 public and in-house facilitated workshops in Japan with an average rating of 8.5 (of 10.0).

Language: English, German, Japanese
Available: Japan, Hong Kong,Singapore, other areas in Asia, North America,Eu


Jacob Erlich

A native of New York, Jake has developed a career in Asia specialising in the Learning & Development field with a focus on Facilitation, Event Design and Training. Jake is a trusted for the design, development and delivery of training and facilitation-based programs as well as large scale organisational consulting and training workshops.

Language: English
Available: Japan, Hong Kong,Singapore, other areas in Asia, North America, Eu


Janice Lua  Co-founder of Facilitators Network Singapore (FNS)

has a MSc (UK) in Technology Management and a MBA (Australia) in Entrepreneurial Management with more than 10 years experience facilitating organisation-wide change management, business process re-engineering, team building, creativity & innovation & strategic planning. She has facilitated regionally on social issues using methods such as The World Café, Open Space Technology and Future Search processes. She is a Senior National Business Excellence Assessor, Certified Management Consultant, Qualified Strengths
Deployment Inventory® Facilitator, PMI certified Project Management Professional, IAF Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF), an INIFAC Certified Master Facilitator (CMF) and CMF Assessor, and licensed Dynamic Facilitation Instructor. She co-founded the Facilitators Network in 2004 to upscale the competencies of facilitators in Singapore and the region. She co-authored SPOT on Facilitation.

Language: English, Mandarin
Available: Japan, Singapore, other areas in Asia, North America, Eu


Prabu Naidu Co-founder of Facilitators Network Singapore (FNS)

holds a Masters in Organisational Behaviour (Birkbeck College, UK) and gained 19 years of MNC experience (1980-1999) with Philips, AT&T and Compaq which spanned diverse functions in Engineering, Materials, Project Management, TQM, HRD, Managing Change and Supply Chain Re-Engineering – these set the foundation for his current thirteen years (2000-2012) of training, facilitation and consulting work in organisational development.
He has designed and delivered numerous OD interventions for MNCs, SMEs, Government departments & not-for-profit organisations in Singapore and regionally for MNEs & SMEs. He is an IAF Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) and an INIFAC Certified Master Facilitator(CMF). He co-founded the Facilitators Network in 2004 to upscale the competencies of facilitators in Singapore and the region. He co-authored SPOT on Facilitation.

Language: English
Available: Singapore, other areas in Asia

This post is also available in: ja日本語 (Japanese)

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