Vital Japanの過去のセッションでも絶大な人気を誇るGinger Griggsさん。 熱いご要望にお応えし2015年最初のセッションにご登場。
Are you a really great communicator? Humans are social animals,
which means that ultimately, a big part of your success in
life--what you will be able to accomplish for your own good
and for the good of others--will depend only in part on what
you independently do as an individual.
It will depend to a great extent on how well you can inspire,
motivate, and influence others on a daily basis. It will depend
on the power of your communication.
There are extremely helpful communication skills that you
can and should learn, but inspiring trust on a daily basis
and moving people to see ideas, issues--and even themselves--from
a different perspective requires more than just technical
ability. To be a really great communicator, you must also
be “authentic.” Authentic communication is grounded in self-awareness
and honesty. It represents your real beliefs, values, and
life experience. In short, it is a reflection of who you really
Join us for this highly interactive session in which we will
explore and practice “authentic communication”--why and how
it works, and what it takes to get there.
Ginger Griggs is founder and president of ASC Leader, a company
dedicated to inspiring leadership excellence through Awareness,
Skill, and Courage. ASC Leader specializes in leadership consulting,
training, and executive coaching, in team building, and in
all aspects of communication.
In addition to her work through ASC Leader, Ginger is a professor
in the MBA program at Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business,
where she teaches Global Leadership and Communication. She
also works closely with HR Institute, Global Leadership Partners
Asia, and Lumina Learning. Ginger’s
professional experience includes 17 years as an educator in
the USA, a decade in Europe and Japan in key management positions
with The Coca-Cola Company, and 13 years as a leadership consultant,
trainer, and executive coach in Japan.
Ginger is co-chair of the Human Resource Management Committee
of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan. She also serves
on the boards of the United Sports Foundation and the Tokyo
American Club. She has lived, worked, and studied in the USA,
Mexico, Europe, and Asia, and she holds Master’s Degrees in
International Business Management, Conflict Facilitation &
Organizational Change, and French Language & Literature.