The Kyosei Consulting Blog

  • Workplace 3.0: The future wave of workplace innovation

    While I love the ease of information access that the internet provides for building our business, developing training programs, researching resources for coaching clients, and getting my regular personal and professional growth fixes without having to leave the comfort of my own home, I am definitely someone who uses...
  • Love and the Retail Environment

    Work is love made visible. And if you can’t work with love but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work and sit at the gate of the temple and take alms of the people who work with joy. Khalil Gibran What does it really...
  • Stressed in the City Part 1 – Leverage Your Strengths

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    Many stress experts tout things such as exercise, meditation, journaling, and walking in nature as solutions for managing stress. These are great in theory – and even in practice – but what if you just can’t find the time to fit anything more in? How can...

  • Lessons from Silicon Valley

    This New Year’s my fiancé and I traveled to the heart of Silicon Valley, to meet my new nephew. While for me the baby was the star attraction, my fiancé was equally enthralled with the wheeling and dealing of my brother-in-law, a senior lawyer in a law firm that...
  • Ikigai and Aging Well

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    Japan, along with many other countries in the developed world, is experiencing a marked increase in the percentage of its population that is over fifty. With this changing demographic comes and increased interest regarding what it takes to not only live longer but to live better....

  • The Human Factor

    At a recent conference on disability management I heard a true story that got me thinking about managers’ fear of dealing with the human element at work. The story, told by a vibrant gentleman in his fifties, concerned his role as the medical director for a division of General...