About Me

Yvonne Burton, Founder and Lead Consultant of Burton Consulting International, delivers Technology Consulting, Business Communications, and Cross-Cultural Training services to Japanese firms worldwide and companies doing business with Japan. 

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My Background.

For the past 20 years, Yvonne has supported companies in the areas of online marketing and advertising, technology consulting, business analysis, and English communications.

In her extensive work as a business analyst in Technology, Yvonne honed her ability to view challenges from a systems perspective. She combines this expertise with cross-cultural experience, acquired from years living and working in Japan, to design and deliver customized solutions for clients ranging from start-ups to global companies. 

Yvonne is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, technology optimizer, trouble shooter, and business communicator for Japanese companies  seeking to meet the demands of the global business environment. 

 
 

Who I Help

Globally expanding Japanese firms and companies doing business with Japan.

Japanese professionals seeking to:

  • Overcome the language, technology, and cultural communication barriers limiting their productivity, progress, and success.

  • Master effective business communications (speaking, presentation skills, leading effective meetings, team interactions.)

  • Improve Tech Fluency— using modern IT tools for maximum communication and collaboration results.

How I Do It

  • Leverage Japanese cross-cultural,  business analysis, technology, and communications experience to create and deliver programs that target real work needs.

  • Employ analysis (understand & define needs),  business background (understand context, strategy & industries), and tech know-how to bridge the gap to your goals.

  • Workshops, Facilitation, Coaching

Benefits to You

  • Improved communication and collaboration skills enabled by technology (Tech Fluency).

  • Overcome barriers  to effectiveness and improve performance.

  • Develop communication skills to build relationships, enhance collaboration, and improve team dynamics with global counterparts.

  • Effective and  Efficient resource.

  • Increased Capabilities.

  • Increased Confidence. 

  • Much, much more...

 
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