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Improving Communication Flow between Foreign Managers and Korean Employees

module 1: for Foreign Managers








Foreign managers in Korea need a daily flow of information and feedback from their Korean employees to make good business decisions. For this, employees must feel encouraged to speak up and share ideas openly and promptly. In parallel, Korean employees must realize why their foreign managers need them to share information continuously. Above all, they must be able to overcome hesitations to speak up and give feedback to their foreign managers confidently.

Vectis is offering an in-depth workshop focused on resolving obstacles to upward and downward communication within multinational teams in Korea.

When seeking to improve information flow within multinational teams, it is essential to address the issue from two perspectives, thus the need to conduct two separate modules.

In Module I of this seminar, foreign managers first get to understand key reasons why many Korean employees are reluctant to speak up. Building on that knowledge, this module then offers foreign managers a large number of practical and simple management and communication techniques to encourage their Korean employees to speak up, share ideas, feedback or bad news when needed. This seminar is unique because it provides tangible and proven solutions for foreign managers. It is designed for greater interaction, allowing foreign participants to discuss specific situations that they encounter and get instant feedback from the instructor.

The following Seminar Module II for Korean employees will be open on November 7th.


Date & Time: Thursday, October 24th, 2019 (13:00 – 18:00, 5 hours)

Location: KGCCI Conference Room (7th Floor)

Language: English

Participation fee: KRW 250,000 + 10 % VAT

Please register until October 21st 2019 on our website.

For inquiries, please contact: Ms. Hee-Seon Lim (hslim@kgcci.com / Tel.: 02-3780-4601)


Curriculum_Module 1

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