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Corporate Training

We provide training on the following topics:​

  • Sexual Harassment Training

  • Leadership Training

  • Management Skill Training

  • Cross Cultural Communication Training

  • Coaching Skills Training

  • How to Conduct Performance Review Meetings

  • How to Set Goals

  • Japanese Business Etiquette


We offer classroom training as well as live webinar training for any topics related to the above.  We have the ability to customize the content to each client’s specific needs.  

We are an official training consultant for Honda Motors America for its Japanese suppliers.

Online Seminar


Testimonials: Executive Coaching

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Tsunemichi Mukai
Executive Officer
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines

The coaching helped me to realize many things. This awareness is due to the fact that the coach was a mirror that reflected me, something I could not have realized on my own.

When I decided to receive coaching, I was in a situation where I was not able to fully perform the tasks required by the organization, and I was looking for relief. I was able to overcome this situation by receiving advice on how to acquire the knowledge, education, and skills that I lacked. A coach is a mirror of oneself, but it is up to the individual to see his or her own reflection and notice what he or she sees in it.

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Shunsuke Saito
Managing Partner

Hotta Liesenberg Saito LLP

I believe that the effectiveness of coaching depends greatly on the motivation of the coachee. If you take it seriously, I believe it will be effective.

The first coaching session was a group coaching session to promote unity of the new management group at the recommendation of the former managing partner. After that, I received individual coaching for myself to help me manage the company. When I started receiving coaching I was very skeptical about its effectiveness. I didn't change much during the coaching, but after a few years I began to realize the benefits of coaching. If I had not received coaching, I feel that my company management would be very different from what it is today.


Since I realized this, I have been receiving coaching on a regular basis every year to put my company management policy together and put it into action. Whenever I am in doubt, I refer back to the past coaching logs. It has been more than 10 years since my first coaching session, but the coaching sessions still provide me with fresh ideas.

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Mr. H.K
General Manager
Overseas Business Division

Construction Industry

As a senior executive of an operating company, when I think about my own career and the future development of the company, I often get stuck in my own thoughts or go in circles by myself. The executive coaching helped me to organize my thoughts, and by recording them in a form, I was able to look back later and correct my trajectory.

Although I do not remember the specific details of each coaching session in detail, I was able to summarize my thoughts on an A3 sheet, which depicted my vision for the next 5 to 10 years, as well as the future growth and development of the company. By summarizing my thoughts to some extent, I think I was able to be aware of my axis without wavering when there were changes from there.

Testimonials: Coaching Skill Training

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General Manager
IT Industry

By understanding the "coaching mindset" and applying it to management, I felt a change in the motivation and initiative of my subordinates.

Before attending the coaching training, my supervisor was focused on solving problems together with subordinates in order for them to take the initiative, but after incorporating the "coaching skills" learned in the training into my own management, I felt the need to change as a supervisor myself. He is now applying "coaching skills (coaching-style management)" in his work.

6 lectures: Lecture and short role-plays by the instructor, and role-plays by pairs of participants (total of 10 sessions: pair change in the first half and second half). 19 sessions including 1 interim debriefing and 2 final debriefing sessions. Participants were paired with trainees from different industries, and through the role-plays learned about the difficulties and importance of understanding what the other person is saying and explaining what you want to say in an easy-to-understand manner. Although the training was conducted during the busy project period, the participants felt that they were able to develop their skills while trying out their skills in actual work situations by handling on-site issues as topics for role-plays.

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General Manager
Overseas Business Division
Construction Industry

In addition to the fundamental skills of coaching, through role-playing, I was able to easily replace my own position, and I am less likely to get caught up in my own thinking.

First, we learned basic coaching concepts and skills in the classroom, such as the idea that all answers lie within the individual, the so-called "power of listening," and that there are various ways of listening. This was very beneficial.

In many cases, people tend to push their own ideas or, if not so much push their ideas, speak one-sidedly only what they want to say and pay no attention to how the other person feels or what the other person thinks. WV's training program is unique in that it is a unique training program that allows participants to learn through role-plays and other activities.

Corporate Training

Cross-Cultural Communication
Japanese Business Manners
Management Skills
Coaching Skills
Performance Review Training
Sexual Harassment Training

We provide state-mandated training for local staff and Japanese expatriates working in the U.S., as well as corporate training for human resource development. Sexual harassment training is now required in New York State, following California, Maine, and Connecticut. We also offer this service in Japanese, so please contact us for more information.

For employee training, we can create a classroom-based training program tailored to your needs, including courses on leadership styles and management skills for developing global managers and global leaders in an intercultural environment, as well as team building and communication skills. We also offer training in your choice of English or Japanese for local and overseas employees, and online training connecting multiple offices.

We offer on-the-job training, seminars, and online training in cross-cultural communication, coaching skills, how to conduct performance reviews and goal setting in English, Japanese and American business etiquette, and seminars at various manager meetings. We also dispatch specialized instructors depending on the topic. Online training programs are popular for management skills and coaching skills, and offer practical skills through the use of familiar case studies.

For onsite training at companies, our instructors use PowerPoint and visuals to incorporate corporate issues and problems into case studies and other forms of training, and we can also create tailor-made training programs that incorporate messages from management. We are an accredited training company for Honda America suppliers.

Pain Points:

  1. We want to develop employees who can work globally, but we don't know what to do.

  2. Employees who have been posted overseas but have difficulty adapting to local conditions and performance.

  3. Wanting to improve the independence and management skills of local staff for localization.

  4. When looking to expand overseas, there is an overwhelming lack of employees who can respond globally.


We can help you with these issues.

Other Available Training Courses:

Academic Overview of Cross-Cultural Fundamentals 

    • Cultural dimensions by Geet Hofstede

    •  X, Y and Z Theory (Organizational behavior) by Douglas McGregor and Dr. Ouchi

  1. Differences in education system between Japan and US

  2. Japanese Business Culture 

    • Lifetime employment 

    • Work/Life balance, decision-making process by consensus building

  3. Japanese communication; context communication and body language

  4. Japanese business etiquette and expectations in workplace

    • Greetings and exchanging business cards

    • Seating orders and hierarchy


2, 4 or 6 hour classroom type training with discussion and role plays.


Japanese Business Etiquette

  • Doing business with Japanese

  • Relationship of Japanese business etiquette and Japanese history

  • Japanese communication; context communication and body language

  • Greeting, Dress code, Exchanging business card, visiting Japanese customer, Entertaining Japanese customer, seating order


2 or 4 hour classroom type training with discussion and role plays


Please contact us for details of other employee training.

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