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It's been two years since we started a company in Cambodia."I want to crawl on my own once," I told an executive of a major human resources company on leave, and started an overseas business with my own capital two years ago.I think it was a reckless challenge when I think about it now, and I think it's a miracle so far.I haven't achieved anything yet, but when I try to do a human resources business in two countries for seven years, I feel that it is "people" that make the company better and worse.Looking at many organizations, I strongly felt the importance of bring out the potential of "people."For the past two years, we have strengthened our efforts to create a company where members want to work in order to provide better services.Recently, I have been receiving more and more consultations about Cambodian management, so I’m not sure if it will be useful, but I would like to introduce a little bit of what I have been working on. ①Improving recruitment Recruitment activities have been emphasized because improving the quality of human resources directly leads to the improvement of services.In particular, our company, which develops business with a small number of elite people, has cherished it because the productivity of each person is vital.I feel that the strength of Japanese human resources is not "to be able to speak Japanese" but "to understand 10 things that Japanese people think in 3 ways".The salary is higher than that of English human resources, but the management cost is lower, so the productivity is higher. ●Conditions for hiring①Language: Japanese N2 level + English daily conversation or higher②Intelligence + commitment to results③Have you ever understood Vision and acted accordingly? All of the current full-time Cambodian employees have 1 to 5 years of study abroad experience in Japan, and all but those from Japanese universities are ranked 1st to 5th in the Japanese language department of the Royal University of Phnom Penh, which is said to be the top national university in Cambodia.(This is a story I heard later) ● What we are telling when hiring①Company Vision②Evaluation at the present time (skills that can be utilized / skills that are lacking)③Have all members see the sense of values ​​and work styles④Advantages and disadvantages of joining the company● Reasons why Cambodian members decided to join the company (member survey)・I thought I could work with highly motivated people.・ I thought I could do essential work.・I was able to sympathize with the company policy.・I felt that it was the environment where I could grow the most.Strengthen efforts to make people want to work for this company and to eliminate gaps.We tried to spend a lot of time balancing the values ​​of the company and the individual.Therefore, we spend more than 10 hours hiring one person.Also, if you clarify the reason for joining a member, it will be easier to follow up when managing. ②Human resource development and building an organization that will not quit No matter how good you are, if you can't develop your talent, it will be a cost. What I thought was important for that was to simply face with "love" and to get "trust" from all the members. We have faced all members and thoroughly educated them after understanding their individual strengths and weaknesses. While understanding the characteristics of Cambodians, I have tried to give them love and sometimes strict guidance.(It's becoming more like a club activity of an athletic club than a company )●Strengthening goal management and retrospective feedback30-60 minutes a month I make time to meet with each member about the results of the month. We look back on the three areas of quantitative goals, qualitative goals, and vision initiatives, and if we cannot achieve the goals, we make sure that "why we couldn't do it" and "how we should improve" are verbalized. Sometimes, some members give harsh feedback and weep, but it is a time when you can feel your own growth and it is an important time to build a relationship of trust with each member. ● Permeation of VisionExactly one year ago, all the members created Value & Culture. In order to permeate it, we verbalize Vision every quarter and make a mechanism to permeate it every day. It's easy to create a vision, but it's very difficult to spread it, so take the time to ask, "Why do we work for this company?" "What values ​​does Ayum want to face with service creation?" "That's why. We are creating opportunities to think about what each person should do on a daily basis. As a result, Vision has permeated considerably in the past year. This is the strength of the company we are most confident about. Even when all the staff ask, "What are the values ​​that Ayum values?", Each one can now answer firmly.●Improvement of business skillsFirst, check in detail what they are not good at and how they work, and understand what Cambodians are not good at. If the weak points found on that basis cannot be "reporting, contacting, consulting" and "multitasked," we dare to create a mechanism to make mistakes and focus on improving individual skills. If I make a mistake, the team will share the reflection case and write the improvement measures on the reflection board, and share it with everyone to make them aware that they will not repeat the same thing as business improvement.● Strengthening "why?"I think that Japanese people often delve into "why?" Repeatedly in order to pursue the essence. However, I think that Cambodians often cannot answer when asked "Why?". There are still many issues to be solved here, but we are incorporating daily training to think about the meaning of each action.●Visualization of goals and improvement of individual productivityVisualized individual annual qualitative goals and monthly quantitative goals. The Japanese people, who put numbers on the wall, are unpopular when it comes to pressure. However, this fits perfectly, and the awareness of achieving the goals for numbers increased at once. I’m not sure if it will be helpful, but it is a part of what I have been working on for the past two years. It's been eight years since I started facing Cambodians, but there are still mysterious petit incidents that I can't understand. Still, I am keenly aware of the importance of discussing and deriving what is best together, rather than imposing the Japanese way or swallowing all the Cambodian way. I would like to continue to strengthen recruitment and human resource development in order to improve service quality.  
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Though being late··happy New Year.We look forward to working with you this year as well.Let's look back on 2019 with a NOTE that has not been updated at all.  1)Baby joins the companyIn March, co-representative Koyanagi gave birth to a healthy boy, and since May everyone has been raising them in the office like their own.Raising children is not always easy, but it is very fun to see him growing up close every day, and every day I make many discoveries. When he came to Cambodia, he was very small, but recently he have been hitting his computer. Introducing the first episode that I thought "Cambodia is a city where it is easy to raise children"^^  ●When I went to the bank, people babysat for 2 hours Aside from the complaint saying "Work! ", the staff will take him to the office and treat him with milk, give him milk, and even put him to sleep. Just having a baby will give you good treatment. Of course, not only banks but also restaurants are commonplace. It makes me think that I am going back and forth between Japan and Cambodia. When I had a baby in the company, I got the image of marriage and childbirth, and I decided to raise it in-house because I thought it would be a comfortable company to work in. I came to think that it was reverse power harassment (laughs), and it felt contrary to the original intention. (Well) 2)From 4 to 7 members The number of Japanese and 2 Cambodians has increased, and it has become a very lively workplace.Cambodian internship students are also very good. He came early in the morning and cleaned everything from the shared space. Is this Japan? I get the illusion.(In Japan, the girls who voluntarily start cleaning when they think that they complained that they were forced to do the morning work of newcomers semi-forcedly, and I admire them from the bottom of my heart every day.)One intern student is attending two universities, He is improving his Japanese and business skills.The other intern is a strong man who has taken a year off from university to improve his Japanese level, attended a Japanese language school, and increased his Japanese learning time to improve his Japanese proficiency. I hope he will become a full-time employee when he graduatesAnd it was 2019 that Matsushita, who has been working with us for 5 years since the time of Company P, officially joined us! He took a leave of absence from the company with a promise of half a year, but he didn't return to Japan after all (laughs).    I'm glad that the members  tell me that Ayum is more like a family than a company and that it's more fun to be at the company than at home.  In 2020, I would like to create a company where members can love the company, work, and friends. I am grateful to meet this fellow and to be able to do my favorite work with such fellow every day. I love everyone, thank you for following me! !! !! 3)private It's been a while since I got married,  I'm having a wedding in June.Thank you very much to the 120 important people who attended!   We are particular about Cambodia, and we asked professionals to make dress fabrics using silk made by Cambodian NGOs. All the gifts are ordered from Cambodia's favorite products. Thank you to everyone at Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay for accepting the unreasonable request!When I noticed, my long-distance marriage has entered its third year. 。Calling for more than an hour every day and watching a drama together through a video  I think it takes some effort, but I'm more conscious of thinking about how to communicate and the feelings of the other person than when I'm together. I feel like I'm doing good teamwork year after year, rather than getting out of tune. My husband has also been appointed as the person in charge of the new business from autumn, and I am flying around on business trips nationwide, so it feels just right.  ●Aspirations for 2020● We plan to make 2020 a year of preparation so that we can develop new businesses in 2021.I would like to focus on creating an environment where each and every employee can shine more brightly.I hope it will be a year in which my dear friends, who have power and abilities that I can't think of in Cambodia, can fully demonstrate their power at 120%.I want to be a leader who can bring out their power. ●Recruitment of people who want to work in Cambodia● We are always looking for people who want to work in Cambodia^^!There is a wide range of jobs, from jobs that allow you to work only in Japanese to jobs that allow you to improve your career, so if you want to take on the challenge but feel uneasy and can't take a step forward, please feel free to contact us!A Japanese career advisor will take care of everything from employment support to immigration support.   
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I am currently living in two bases. A lifestyle like starting a business in Cambodia about half a year ago and going back and forth between Tokyo and Phnom Penh about every three months.The main business is Cambodia. I do Cambodian work remotely in Tokyo, half of which is creating and operating new businesses on the Japanese side.Is it natural to "live together when you get married"?・・I felt that the idea was old in this era when women are advancing into society.I'm thinking of trying to establish a new way of life for myself. Why do I live in two bases? The reason is very simple. Because my husband is in Japan.However, I couldn't separate Cambodia, so I chose to live in two bases in Cambodia. Of course, it was decided before starting a business, and I am taking this style with the consent of the management members.When I decided to start a business, I had already promised to have a wedding in Japan, and there was one situation where I absolutely had to go back to Japan.I don't know how long I'll live this life, but I'm more comfortable than I expected, and I wish I could live like this even if I had children. Benefits of living at two bases✔︎You can objectively see the good and bad points of the two countries of Japan and Cambodia.✔︎Easy to balance life work.✔︎You can objectively see the good and bad points of the two countries of Japan and Cambodia.When doing business in Cambodia, many of our customers are Japanese, so Japanese business customs are also required, and there are many situations where we think that Japanese sensibilities are important. When I'm in Cambodia, I feel that I'm getting more and more dyed in Cambodian colors, so I think it's rather important to change the environment. That's why I think it's nice to be able to see both countries objectively.✔︎Easy to balance life work.Life work balance of the worries of career women.Living at two bases will give you a sharp impression.In my case, when I'm in Cambodia, I just work. I don't take a day off, and on Sundays I decide to work outside the office.Therefore, I changed the house to a room without a kitchen and declared that I would not cook. And I had them clean twice a week and outsource the laundry.So I live a life where I don't do any housework. So I can concentrate on my work.On the other hand, when I'm in Japan, I try to cook every day without appointments or dinners at night. (I'm not good at cleaning, so I outsource to my husband. Lol)On Saturdays and Sundays, I give priority to my husband, such as when he has a schedule, he also schedules himself, and at other times he tries not to schedule as much as possible.On Saturdays and Sundays, it is a daily routine to work at a cafe with my husband. But I feel that spending time together is different from not spending time.(I'm glad we were both work-loving people !)Cambodia: Work Work BalanceJapan: Life work balanceI think that the environment where you can separate on and off is a two-base life. Difficulties of  living in two bases✔︎The subtle two-hour time difference is confusing.✔︎After all, face-to-face communication is the easiest to convey. Establishing a new lifestyle "Once you get married, it's natural to live together."I think that era is over.Nowadays, the way of working and living is changing.I think lifestyles and work styles should be diversified.Therefore, I would like to continue to create my own new way of life.Separation life will start again after the new year! It feels like I'm practicing while I'm separated. It's time for each other to put their work first and immerse themselves in it.While valuing such time and the time of the couple, I would like to continue to cherish my work and family.  
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Our director Makara is scheduled to visit Japan from June 13th to 22nd, 2019. If you are a school or company wishing to have cross-cultural training or lectures, please let us know. Ayum Japan Consulting Co., Ltd. DirectorJapanese teacher, cross-cultural training instructorMr. Han MakaraAfter graduating from the Department of Japanese Language at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, worked as a Japanese language teacher at the same university for three years. While teaching as a Japanese language teacher, I felt my lack of Japanese knowledge and teaching ability, so I entered the master's program at the Graduate School of Education, Tokyo Gakugei University as a government-sponsored international student. While attending school, he will hone his Japanese proficiency and work hard on research such as Japanese language teaching methods and curriculum development. Completed the master's program at the same graduate school this spring. A charismatic Youtuber Japanese teacher with over 60,000 views. Supported languages ​​are Japanese, English, and Khmer.While attending the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, I was giving lectures at a Japanese school. We can accommodate children to adults. (Of course it is Japanese) Currently, I am a lecturer at Japanese companies (including listed companies) in Cambodia, such as manager training, cross-cultural understanding training, and Japanese language training on Japanese culture. Anyway, my strength is that it is easy to understand and fun to teach. Please contact us if you are interested! Youtuber Makara, influencer for Japanese human resourcesIntroduction of younger's words for intermediate users YoutubeIt's interesting for Japanese people to see, so please take a look. រៀនភាសាជប៉ុន 若者言葉#1​ ពាក្យយុវវ័យ#១ きゃわたん・きゅん死に・かわうぃーねー តោះរៀនភាសាជប៉ុនជាមួយគ្នា! ទំាងនេះជាពាក្យយុវវ័យជប៉ុនដែលគេនិយមប youtu.be  The number of likes on the FB fan page is 23,000.Of course, my personal page has exceeded 5,000, and I have three accounts. lol ・ For Cambodians・ For Japanese・ For work ភាសាជប៉ុន ភាសាជប៉ុន - 「いいね!」23,041件 · 316人が話題にしています - តោះរៀនភាសាជប៉ុន ន www.facebook.com  The scary thing is that when I go out, I can  be talked to a few people a day.Recently, when I uploaded my photo to Makara's FB, a Cambodian who didn't know "Mr. Makara !!" called me.It came to be. lol  Japanese Language Proficiency Test Preparation Facebook LIVE course delivered!Educational enthusiasm is really wonderful Makara.The other day, I had a Japanese Language Proficiency Test. However, there are few people who can teach N2 in Khmer, and Makara did it immediately with a voice of consultation.・ Create teaching materials for N2 and distribute them on Facebook.・ Deliver the course on Facebook LIVE.HE will explain in LIIVE using the teaching materials that were delivered in advance, and then ask everyone to write the answer in chat and answer.He was doing the latest teaching method. (Thumbnails are  lol) ភាសាជប៉ុន 2018.11.28 ថ្ងៃនេះញុមហ្នឹង liveចាប់ពីម៉ោង 5ដល់ម៉ោង6:30!!! តចា www.facebook.com   I'm sure his kindness is the secret to everyone's support.It was Makara that I would like to see various people ^^!I can't stop talking about his boastful story, so someday again. 
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Encounter with international cooperation When I was a high school student, I jumped into the world of international cooperation and studied international development at university. The trigger was a documentary video I saw in a high school class.I have been a boy scout since I was little, and I have met people from various countries. But I didn't know anything about the background of that friend's country. I was born as a Japanese and have a peaceful life as a matter of course, but there are still many people in the world who are still suffering. When I learned about such a reality, I hated myself because I was out of peace, and on that day I googled a volunteer group and had an interview. The actions at that time are still the basis of activities. Sustainable support → Change in feelings toward social business When I was studying "sustainable support", I visited Cambodia and came across "social business".At that time, there were 100 Japanese companies in Cambodia. The neighboring Thailand was said to be 8,000 companies. Also, considering the historical background, I felt that there was a limit to the development of Cambodia by its own power.The research theme at that time was "improving the quality of life of BOP people who live on less than $ 2 a day." When I think about it when I apply it to the country of Cambodia, I think this country will not change unless the TOP and MOP groups are educated before the BOP group. I thought.It was the summer of 21 that I was interested in career education for adults who had already completed education, not primary education, and wanted to contribute to the education and human resources field in Cambodia in the future.  At that time, I was embarrassed to have a strong image of "business = making money" and never thought of it as a tool that could solve social issues.And in the future, I vaguely thought "I want to be a person who can contribute to society" from an early age. When I was looking for a job, I tried to convey that feeling, but many companies said, "Society is not that easy."I think there are probably many millennium generations who are suffering from this gap. Now that I'm a member of society, I can understand a little about the feelings of people in the personnel affairs that they are not easy. However, many of the businesses in the world are businesses that solve social problems, and that is why there are many businesses that are still ongoing. So, if I want to talk to myself who was worried at that time, I would say, "Change your mindset."  And if there is a college student who is as worried as I am, I would like to say, "Take care of your feelings."Few companies claim to be "social business," but in essence, there are many companies that have a social mindset and many who work for them.  Why I started a business I started a business this year. In Cambodia and Tokyo.People often ask, "Did you always want to start a business?" But I didn't think at all. The reason for being conscious of starting a business is around the first year, I called out to the representative of the company I joined, saying, "Starting a business is one means. When you achieve what you want to do, it is highly likely that starting a business and means are closest to your goal." What you did.From there, I naturally began to think about "how should I achieve my goals?" As a result, I thought that the choice of "entrepreneurship" would be the best. Rather, it may be close to having only started a business. And I'm not calling myself a "social business" or a "social entrepreneur." It may be because nothing has been achieved yet, but despite the fact that the company that joined the company as a new graduate continued to solve social issues on a large scale with 10,000 people, the word "social business" was used at all. I think it's because I didn't use it.Even so, I am still doing business with the idea of ​​"I want to contribute to the field of education when working in Cambodia", and I want to be a company that can solve all social issues as a business. I think that the idea behind international cooperation is "I want to help people in need." With that in mind, there was no need to stick to the poor. However, I would like to challenge this field when the company grows one day.I hope it will be a reference for people who want to work in international cooperation and social contribution. I will talk to you anytime, so please contact me if you are in trouble.And we are making tours for people who are interested in social business.(It should be released soon ) If you are interested, please DM to @ hshioi0416 ^^! 
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[Tokushima x Cambodia] Host Town Exchange Event It's the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. At the time of the Olympics, there are host towns in each country.And the host town of Cambodia is Tokushima prefecture.Therefore, we held a joint event @ Shibuya between Tokushima Prefecture and Soca Cambodia.On the day of the event, Cambodian students, the Cambodian Embassy, ​​students and teachers from Tokushima Commercial High School, Tokushima Prefecture Host Town, Cabinet Secretariat Oripara, the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia, and Cambodian rubbers visited us.With the food and culture of the area, you can connect various people regardless of nationality, generation, or position. Taking the opportunity of the Tokyo Olympics, I would like to support the deeper connection between Tokushima and Cambodia with a little effort.  Why is Tokushima a host town? I think there are many people who wonder why "Tokushima and Cambodia?" Many people may have wondered, "Isn't it Kitakyushu, which has a sister city with Phnom Penh?"Do you know the Cambodia-Japan Yukou Academy, which was founded by Mr. Kon Bourne, who survived a miracle in the execution prison during the Pol Pot era?Yukou Academy is a junior and senior high school in Prey Veng Province, the poorest region in Cambodia, which was run by Mr. Kon Bourne, who was a refugee and was supported by Japanese NGOs and private companies.However, when the 2011 Tohoku earthquake struck, he realized that the amount of support had decreased and that there was a limit to relying on support.Tokushima Commercial High School started to move after hearing such a story.From there, the exchange between the students of Yukou Academy and Tokushima Commercial High School began, and the "souvenir development project" by high school students from both countries began with the idea of ​​running the school through social business.おみやげ開発プロジェクトfacebook【草の根事業】徳島とカンボジアの高校生による共同開発商品With the cooperation of many craftsmen from Tokushima Prefecture, he spent several years thinking about what would be suitable as a souvenir and what he could actually make.Finally, ice cream using palm sugar was commercialized, and recently the factory was completed, and it seems that it will finally be sold in the market.It's been almost eight years since the earthquake. Tokushima Prefecture and Cambodia have the bonds that have been built over the years.And this project, which was created by high school students from both countries, is really wonderful, and they are very good high school students. It is this project that won the Prime Minister's Award as the first high school student in history. Connection between us and Tokushima Prefecture Sokha Cambodia, a general incorporated association that I launched in 2016, has been focusing on connecting Cambodia and Japan and supporting international students. All the members are members of the same human resources company, and members who love Cambodia are working as multiple jobs.Our predecessor is a mysterious organization called "Cambodia Department" which was established in a human resources company. We used the company's conference room to hold monthly Cambodian events.The second event was a screening of a documentary about the Yukou Academy souvenir development project. Because of that, we donated the proceeds of the event to Yukou Academy. So I myself visited the Yukou Academy many times.And this year, I was blessed with the opportunity to meet a teacher at Tokushima Commercial High School in Cambodia, and it started when I touched the members on the Tokyo side with a baton, saying, "I wish I could do something together!"Before I knew it, my juniors worked hard and I visited Tokushima Prefecture with a Cambodian student member for this year's Awa Odori.阿波おどり民泊が紡ぐ、カンボジアと徳島の絆。民泊による「国際交流×地方創生」From there, the bond between us and Tokushima Prefecture gradually strengthened, leading to this event. New Sokha Cambodia This is my first event in a long time. And this is the first time for a customer, not the management side. When I went to Cambodia, many people unfortunately asked me, "Can an organization without you survive?" Companies and organizations often collapse when the founder disappears. And in our case, it was undoubtedly me who had the strongest feelings for Cambodia. It started from 0 three years ago, and when I noticed it, it became about 30 members and supporters, and when I noticed, the number of events exceeded 30 times, and the number of visitors was more than 1000.If the representative changes, the "color" will change a little. And the "policy" also changes.But I think it's okay.We have made major policy changes over the past year. The new Sokha Cambodia has changed its event-based activities to support international students and activities for Olympic and Paralympic.The relationship with the International Students Association has also increased considerably, and the recognition from international students has risen at once. Juniors who grew up once and twice while I was away.I am happy just to see such a figure.And the supporters such as officers and managers continued to support us during the busy period.It was a day when I was grateful, but I wanted to continue to power up.Soca will continue to grow in new ways.I hope you will continue to support us in the future. 
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