Direct communications support
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- Interpreting Services
- Dispatch of Skilled Personnel
Human Global Communications was established in 1969 by Francis J. Kurdyla to train and assist executives, managers, and staff in Japan in their efforts to communicate globally. We have been active in this effort for over 45 years.
Effective global communications requires not only good language skills but also an understanding of the differing cultural backgrounds in which languages have developed. Understanding the meaning of words when we communicate with people from other cultures is important, but it is not enough. We must understand how each other's language and customs reflect value differences, overcome the obstacles these reflections present, and broaden our minds to accommodate different ways of thinking and behaving.
With this concept of cross-cultural understanding in mind, we strive to improve communications among different cultures by giving our clients a clearer understanding of the values reflected in our respective languages and their effect on social behavior and business practices.
We provide a variety of services in addition to English training, including lectures, seminars, rewriting, and translation to help your people develop the skills and understanding they need to communicate with global colleagues and clients.
Francis J. Kurdyla
Born in 1933 in New Jersey, USA. Majored in mechanical engineering at Villanova University. Worked for San Diego Electronics Technical Institute on studies in communication engineering (telecommunications, microwave radar, etc.). Earned a degree in economics from Sophia University and went on to study marketing at Hitotsubashi University. Taught economics and English at Chuo University and Komazawa University. Established F. J. Kurdyla and Associates Co., Ltd., in 1969 (now Human Global Communications Co., Ltd.). The company has been providing a wide range of English language services, including training to develop international presentation and negotiation skills, rewriting, and translation, to companies, educational institutions, and governmental organizations.
In addition to managing the company until his retirement in 2014, he gave lectures on cross-cultural communications to corporate, government, and civic audiences in Japan, did consulting work for local managers at foreign affiliates of Japanese companies, conducted seminars for them on communicating effectively with their counterparts in Japan, contributed articles to newspapers and magazines, and wrote several books.
|Registered company name:||Human Global Communications Co., Ltd.|
|Established:||November 14, 1969|
|Capitalization:||80 million yen|
4-4-2 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku
1-minute walk from JR Takadanobaba Toyama Exit
4-3-2 Minamisemba, Chuo-ku
Resona Bank, Tokyo Chuo Branch
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Sumitomo Mitsui Banking, Nishi-Shnjuku Branch
|Teikoku Data Bank Registered Code:||982422531|
|License number for dispatch of general staff：||(General) 13-302890|
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