Meeting Point: near Itaewon station (#630)
Business Networking Among Koreans – An Outsider’s Hurdles & Tips
- How do Korean ‘Boys’ Club’ work?
- What’s underneath the traditional drinking and singing scene?
- What’s changing now?
- How can outsiders as women or foreign business men play the game?
Isabelle Min brings over 30 years of career in broadcasting, training and coaching in and out of Korea. As CEO of Transition Catalyst Korea Institute she works with individuals and teams to catalyze their transitions by listening and focusing on underlying dynamics. She has been a member of SIWA since early 2000s and while she moves and shakes networking, she considers herself an introvert.
Join us at SIWA’s February Working Women’s Network to listen to Isabelle’s personal networking experiences as she compares the Korean and Western Networking styles based on her life as a married mother and career woman in Korea.
Venue: Sinbad’s Kitchen, 127-12 Itaewon 1(il)-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 02-792-0069
Directions: near Itaewon station (#630)
Participants: Minimum 10 – maximum 25.
Cost: All: whatever you order to eat and drink. Non-SIWA members pay W10,000 for SIWA Welfare Fund.
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Coordinator: Michelle Morrison, email@example.com
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