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A ‘gap’—that’s what motivated Brent Barnes to establish Globus in 1992 in Tokyo, Japan. Brent noticed the ‘gap’ between the needs of the clients and what was being provided by existing training courses, in terms of:

Content

After booking an email writing seminar at Bank of America Tokyo, we needed texts that could match the client needs—unfortunately, the available books didn’t do this. So, Brent, together with Jack Nicklin, started creating Globus original content. Fast forward to today, and now the ‘Globus Library’ consists of over 20 custom-designed communication texts.

Approach

Running courses like a classroom produces graduates—not business people! So, we decided to run our sessions more like real business. Instead of us doing the lecturing, we had them learn by doing it themselves first, then coaching them on their Strengths and Weaknesses.

Trainers

The last piece of the puzzle was finding people who could train and speak Business—not just English. So we have developed a strict selection process, and we strive to continuously improve our solid team which is made up of trainers who can coach, and coaches who can train!

Globus Timeline:

  • 1992 – Globus Consulting Japan established
  • 1999 – Email writing software (WritEmail ©) developed in collaboration with Fuji Xerox (FXLI)
  • 2000 – Kanda Gaigo Gakuin starts purchasing Globus Texts
  • 2001 – Simul starts purchasing Globus Texts
  • 2002 – Globus starts conducting seminars in Singapore and Hong Kong
  • 2003 – Globus develops a business simulation assessment (BISA) in collaboration with Fuji Xerox (FXLI)
  • 2004 – Globus develops email writing assessment (ESA)
  • 2005 – Globus develops report writing assessment (RESA)
  • 2005 – Temple University starts purchasing Globus Texts
  • 2009 – Aoyama Gakuin starts purchasing Globus Texts
  • 2010 – Globus Consulting Singapore established