“ Good place to learn about the management philosophy and ethical leadership of the Japanese entrepreneur+Zen Buddhist+philanthropist Kazuo Inamori, who founded two multi-billion dollar companies (Kyocera and KDDI) and rescued Japan Airlines from bankruptcy. Conversations with members provide actionable insights for business too. ”
— Takeshi Tak Justin I. on Feb 8, 2016.
“ Seiwajyuku Chicago is always good with cultivating "Kizuna with soul mates. ”
— KiyotaTakeuchi on Nov 18, 2015.
“ I will continue to attend the sessions. ”
— Blanca V. on May 21, 2014.
“ First impressions are lasting. Good regiment for self improvement, learning and expanding friendships. Very positive. ”
— Mark K. on Aug 21, 2013.
“ I enjoy the class and all who attend very much. Thank you all for welcoming me into your "home". ”
— Neil Z. on Apr 17, 2013.
“ Look forward for more activity in 2013 ”
— Yukio G. on Jan 12, 2013.
“ Essential management tool in running a business, maximizing profits, reducing costs, improving employee morale. Greatly appreciate interpretation volunteers by bilingual members. Always learn something new with each lecture. ”
— Tom S. on Jun 22, 2012.
“ Progressing well ”
— Yasuhiko M. on Jan 22, 2012.
“ I think the Seiwajuku Chicago is open and we are more diversified than most other Seiwajuke's in other locations. I like it. I hope this Seiwajuku Chicago will continue to keep the door open and focus on learning management philosophy and skills rather than ceremonial. ”
— Toshio S. on Aug 17, 2011.