"If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near." - Jack Welch

(How fast is the rate of change in your organization?)

MDI.TOKYO offers 3 great way for our corporate partners to access world class Learning & Development opportunities in Tokyo:


Buy a seat for an individual employee and send him or her to an MDI.TOKYO Program or Course.


Buy a table for each team of 5 employees and send them to an MDI.TOKYO Program or Course.


Reserve a Group – Powered By MDI.TOKYO Track (hereafter “Group Track”) and send your group of 15 or more Participants to MDI.TOKYO. Alternatively, have MDI.TOKYO deliver the Program or Course you have ordered on your premises!

“A recent survey by LinkedIn Learning of more than 500 learning and development professionals found that 70 percent of organizations say developing talent is their No. 1 priority.”

— Jeff Selingo

Contact us today to set up a meeting to discuss the most suitable option for your organization.

Investing in Learning Accelerates Change.

‘One of the main reasons great people leave jobs is that they feel they are not learning anything.’

— Ben Horowitz, VC

There are many benefits that come from sponsoring your employees’ professional learning and development. Below, we have listed just a few. If you would like to discuss your needs in person, please contact us.


Better Leadership Talent

Participants learn how to better lead and motivate your employees.


Introduce Fresh Management Concepts, Theories and Frameworks to Your Workplace.

When you sponsor your employees’ participation in MDI.TOKYO Programs and Courses, they can immediately apply what they have learned and your organization reaps the benefits.

Is Yours a Learning Organization?

A Learning Organization consists of three building blocks:

01. A supportive learning environment.
02. Concrete learning processes and practices.
03. Leadership that reinforces learning.

– Profs. David A. Garvin, Amy C. Edmondson, and Francesca Gino @HBS


Skills Development

Every MDI.TOKYO Program and Course is designed to help participants develop the following high-demand soft skills: Critical Thinking Skills, Communication Skills, Team Work Skills, Leadership Skills, and Ethical Reasoning Skills.

“The ability to communicate, work in teams, solve problems on the fly, and adapt to change are more important than ever before now that hard skills are ever changing, and, in some cases, being replaced by automated machines and artificial intelligence.”

— Jeff Selingo


Work-Friendly Design

MDI.TOKYO Programs and Courses are designed to complement regular work schedules. Specifically, they are designed to minimize time away from work and home, while maximizing opportunities for learning and development.

 “If our future business leaders are not taught how to rise to the challenge, then the companies that they work for, lead, and create will not be able to, either.

– Prof. Andy Molinsky @Brandeis


Connecting to a Larger Field of Talent

Participants get connected to a diverse group of global professionals when they participate in MDI.TOKYO Programs and Courses. The connections in this group can help your employees in their immediate roles.


Happier Employees

When you invest in your employees’ learning and professional development, they feel valued, appreciated, and happy.


Globalization & Diversity

Sponsoring your employees’ participation in MDI.TOKYO Programs and Courses helps your company on its path toward genuine globalization and diversity.

At work are you and your employees learning and adapting your organization to what you have learned? Or, are you selectively confirming what you think you know and disregarding uncomfortable changes in the industry environment…?

In our default statewe are confirmation machines processing only information that confirms our existing mental models, and we tend not to process disconfirming information. We are limited by our cognitive blindness, dissonance and biases.

As the late Professor Jack Mezirow stated: ‘We have a strong tendency to reject ideas that fail to meet our preconceptions.’

Emotionally, we engage in what the late Harvard Professor Chris Argyris called ‘defensive reasoning,’ because our natural reflexive emotional inclination is to deny, defend and deflect information that challenges our self-image or ego.

That means that… professional development programs… need to produce future leaders who have learned how to overcome those human cognitive and emotional proclivities so they can excel at critical and innovative thinking and high emotional and social intelligence.

Edward D. Hess

Which Program or Course is the best option for you and your employees?

MDI.TOKYO Programs and Courses provide meaningful, face-to-face, social, transformative learning experiences that enhance your employees’ ability to lead, manage and create new value!