Japanese Business Communication: Lost in Translation?

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Japanese Business Communication: Lost in Translation?

by Diana K. Rowland

If you work with Japanese, good communication is the cornerstone of your success. What do their words really mean? What subtle nonverbal message did you miss? How can you ensure your message produces good results? What's the best way to write an email, an apology, or get the information you need? Japanese Business Communication: Lost in Translation? guides you through all of these and more. From the author of the international best seller, Japanese Business Etiquette: A Practical Guide to Success with the Japanese, Diana Rowland brings you the lessons gleaned from her 45 years of experience with the Japanese, as well as those shared by participants in thousands of training programs. The result is a rich, thorough book of seriously important information, delivered in a practical, accessible, concise, but playful

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