|教育方法の実践例||" Steps to Leading Globally " MBA in Globalization (Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business) 2010/09 - Present|
Steps to Leading Globally is a course designed for business people who wish to understand and increase their influence in the global business environment. Globalization and economic uncertainty have resulted in a leadership crisis, thus creating leadership opportunities for individuals at all levels of organizations.
|作成教材||2010 Lecture videos for Steps to Leading Globally and the lecture materials|
|実務特記事項(教育)||Presentations at Professional Meetings and Universities|
Past examples include: Presentation on Global Communication at Asian Marketing Conference in Hainan, China, for multinational chemical manufacturer Keynote speaker on Diversity & Inclusion for global pharmaceutical sales conference in Tokyo, Japan
Instructor for English Communication skills course at Aoyama Gakuin Graduate program
|資格免許情報||2006.5.1 DiSC Communication Styles Certification : Assessment system used to determine communication style preferences. |
Used with multinational teams and organizations.
2014.3.28 Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Certification : World-renowned tool for measuring psychological preferences.
Administered at corporations throughout the world.
|実務特記事項(職務)||Facilitation, and coaching professional : Facilitation, and coaching professional who specializes in developing leaders who excel in using communication skills. He has trained over 500 corporate teams in a wide range of industries throughout Asia-Pacific, utilizing his bilingual (Japanese and English) skills. |
Prior to joining the training industry, Eric's experience includes conflict resolution between GM and Isuzu engineer design teams as well as on-site negotiations on behalf of Japanese ventures in Vietnam. He has also raised profits across regional markets as a financial analyst at IBM Asia Pacific. He currently is based in Tokyo with his wife and son, and has made Japan his home for a total of 20 years.
|その他(職務)||Research : Researched, localized, and launched 10 global training programs for first-time delivery in Japanese market. Ongoing research and development of professional development programs for global clientele, with focus on the following strategic areas:|
“Globish” mindset and skill acquisition
Virtual communication competencies for multinational enterprises
Intercultural coaching performance proficiencies for regional executives
|学術論文||Eric M. Francis,"Maximizing Training Engagement in the Covid-19 Virtual Environment",2021,Business Breakthrough University Review vol.7|
|学歴||1999/9 - 2000/12 Thunderbird School of Global Management : MBA in International Management |
1990/5 - 1994/8 Brigham Young University : Bachelor of Science: Business Management, Bachelor of Arts: Japanese
|職歴||2004/12-present Maeser Institute Japan, Inc. |
･ Trained over 500 management teams in global leadership skill development.
･ Coached Asia-Pacific executives to improve presentation delivery by average of 80 percent.
･ Launched 10 global training programs for first-time delivery in Japanese market.
2003/5-2004/11 Advanced Management Training Group
･ Generated over 56 percent revenue increase in ten months through training sales and delivery.
･ Created over 12 English/Japanese training modules used with multinational clientele.
2001/2-2003/4 IBM Asia Pacific Service Corporation/IBM Japan
･ Led Asia-Pacific finance team in achieving $13 million expense reduction in annual budget.
･ Presented financial forecasts to senior management of Japan and AP headquarters.
･ Approved Japan PC Sales Team bids through intensive cross-function negotiations.
2000/5-2000/9 General Motors Corporation
･ Produced collaboration model for integrating GM systems with Japan partners.
･ Won approval to implement global model via series of presentations to executive boards.
1996/3-1999/7 Meridian VAT Reclaim Japan, Inc.
･ Supervised team of 12 Japanese and Korean client managers in tax claim submission and resolution.
･ Reclaimed Japanese Consumption Tax on behalf of foreign firms.
1995/3-1996/3 Hakko Trade International, Inc.
･ Established processing plant in Vietnam as representative of Japanese owners.
･ Negotiated import contracts with Southeast Asian suppliers for Japanese wholesalers.
|活動情報||2010 to present Vice President of Far East Council, Boy Scouts of America |
2006 to present President of Young Men's Organization, Tokyo 2nd Branch LDS Church