Lecture in 29th May, 9.00-12.00, Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, International Institute for Coaxching (http://www.international-coaching.org).

 

 
Dr. Shinji Naruo is a Business and Management Expert, Member of International Low Institute, Japan, Member of Environmental Law and Policy Institute, Japan, Member of Japan Macro-Engineering Society, Japan, International Advisor, Overseas Vocational Training Association, and a Visiting Professor at Bucharest University. Mr. Shinji Naruo has received his doctor degree in International relation, from the University of Kyoto in Japan. Between his fields of expertise are Transportation economy (Industry analysis and business model design) and Corporate management (Finance, Business model and strategy). He has given over the years numerous lectures as guest speaker on “Management responsibility for the corporate productivity” (International conference held by ministry of economics and commerce, “PRODUCTIVITY AND COMPETITIVITY”), “Taiwan business environment” (Overseas Vocational training Association), “Challenge for the market economy in Eastern Europe-Romania” (Research report at Overseas Vocational Training Association). 

 

We are inviting to participate to this event psychology students and professionals, and also managers and professionals interested in the coaching field.

 

Mr. Naruo will lecture on the key features of Individual Management/Coaching. The lecture will provide simple and very efficient tools and methods which can be applied in improving own life and activity as well as other’s, by adding more value and control towards a more efficient, fulfilled life. The topics are also of interest for psychology professionals who can use the provided tools and methods in their coaching practice.
o What is Management/Coaching?
o Goal management at first.
o Task management
o Time management
o Information management
• Money management (KAKEIBO)
Mr. Naruo will also focus on the leadership of the country in drastic change: Meiji restoration in Japan vs. 1989 revolution in Romania.

Fee for this lecture is 50 RON and free participation for full psychology students UBB.