NUCB Business School will be holding two concurrent series of free and open webinars called "Insights From Industry Leaders," featuring speakers from the international business community, and "Leading in Turbulent Times," featuring our very own esteemed faculty members. Students of NUCB Business School and those of partner institutions, prospective applicants, and alumni are all welcome to join these 1-hour sessions.
We will be updating the NUCB Business School blog on a weekly basis with information about the next webinar, so please keep checking our site for the latest information on our webinars as they will continue until the end of June.
Communication and Perception in Management
from the "Insights from Industry Leaders" series
26th May, Tuesday from 18:30 to 19:30 JST
Speaker: Campbell Hanley, GM of Weber Shandwick Japan
Campbell Hanley's decades of experience in Japan began with his work as a writer for the Mainichi Newspaper and international publications such as Time, Fortune and the International Herald Tribune. His experiences there led him to directing business and managing accounts for advertising firms, including BBDO, PHD and Omnicom Media Group, before he became the general manager of Weber Shandwick Japan. Throughout his career, he has worked closely with branches of Japanese government and companies around the world, as well as foreign-affiliated companies in Japan to provide comprehensive services, from planning and implementation to operation and global communication.
Please submit your interest using the form linked below:
Registrants will receive updates about the webinars leading up to the date they will be held, on which they will receive a link and access details to join the sessions.
By hosting these series, we hope to promote the interests of higher education and strengthen managerial awareness by reaching out to those who would like an opportunity to challenge themselves during a challenging time by experiencing what NUCB Business School has to offer virtually.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the NUCB Business School Administration Office at: