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Evening Forum: Emotional Intelligence Quotient

Author: Ninomiya House, Issue: November 2006, Topic: Evening Forum

JST Foreign Researcher's Residence "Ninomiya House" presents an evening forum as a monthly event. We hope you will participate and share this special evening with us.

58th Ninomiya House Evening Forum
http://www.jistec.or.jp/house/news/evening_forum.html

Topic: Emotional Intelligence Quotient

Lecturer: Mr. Quentin O'Mahony (AMT Group Tokyo)

Date and Time: Friday, November 17th, from 6:30pm to 8:00p.m.

Place: Ninomiya House (Ninomiya 1-6-2) 9th Floor Salon

Charge: 500yen per person (Drinks will be served)

Language: English

Chairperson: Dr. Shigeyuki Kimura (Chairman of the Board of Directors of SNTT)

Contact: Phone No. 029-858-7006
Ninomiya House Administration Office (Ms. Fukao, Ms. Nishikawa)

Registration from our website:
http://www.jistec.or.jp/house/news/forum_f/index.htm

Pre-registration required. Please contact the Ninomiya House Administration Office by Wed., October 18th. Registration will close when reaches capacity.

If you wish to bring little children, we can provide a babysitter, so be sure to inform the office as well. Parking spaces are limited, so please come in groups and be sure to park in the visitor's parking space. If you are visiting by car, please refrain from drinking.

Coming soon: Friday, December 15th:
Introduction of Science and Technology

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