“Job, Career and Calling: The Key to Happiness and Meaning at Work” Online Workshop

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
19:30 - 21:15 (Japan Standard Time)
with Tadahiro Wakasugi Register Now Details

Through an interactive workshop, gain insights on how to find more meaning and purpose in your career.

Work takes up more than one-third of our waking lives. So it's no surprise that people's satisfaction with their work has a huge impact on their overall happiness. Have you discovered your ultimate dream job that you can do for the rest of your life?

At this interactive workshop led by Tadahiro Wakasugi, you will gain tips on how to transform your job into a career and calling. This seminar is for business professionals at any level who are seeking greater meaning and purpose in their job and career.

  • Learn practical frameworks for your own career assessment 
  • Unearth your hidden gifts and genius 
  • Understand how GLOBIS helps students develop their careers

Notes about this interactive online event

This event will be held live online. Upon registration, a link will be sent to your email address with a URL and details on how to join. Some tips for the event!

  • Join on time as the event will be live (we recommend signing in at least 5 minutes early)
  • Please try to have earphones, microphone and/or a webcam ready for a more interactive experience
  • Have a good time and don’t be shy to participate in the discussions


  • Date
    Wednesday, April 28th, 2021
  • Time
    19:30-21:15 (JST)
  • Where
  • Registration Fee
    Free of charge
  • Language


  • 19:30
  • 19:35
  • 20:55
    MBA Program Info
  • 21:05


Tadahiro Wakasugi
MBA, London Business School, London, UK
Masters in Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan
Mr. Wakasugi has significant expertise in strategy, capability development and organizational development for organizations. Prior to joining GLOBIS, he worked for management consulting firm Booz & Company for 10 years, helping leading companies develop their strategies and essential capabilities. He also worked as director for a London-based education start-up. Read more