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Telework in Japan

Telework in Japan

Langley Esquire President & CEO Timothy Langley was quoted in the March 2020 issue of the ACCJ Journal on the transformation of business practices in Japan. The shift to teleworking (remote work) has accelerated as a result of the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, but corporate culture and management styles are slow to adapt.

Yokohama Radio Show Appearance

FM COCOLO’s popular show « SUNSTAR WEEKEND JOURNEY » recently featured our president, Timothy Langley. Timothy had the opportunity to discuss his life in Japan, as well as his experience as the first foreigner working as a Diet Secretary in the Japanese Diet and his role in the public affairs consulting industry.

Timothy Langley President Magazine

Timothy Langley Featured in February’s President Magazine

Langley Esquire’s President and CEO, Timothy Langley, was recently featured in the prestigious Japanese business magazine President (Issue 2019.2.18). Among one of the country’s most prominent business magnates, he is asked about leadership: how it is generated and exercised, and the effects on organizational structure in business and politics. Langley highlights leadership issues more frequently …

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Timothy Langley as a guest of Councillor Yamamoto Ichita's CafeSta at the LDP

(Throwback) Timothy Langley as a guest of Councillor Yamamoto Ichita’s CafeSta at the LDP

Throwback at when Timothy Langley met with Councillor Yamamoto Ichita, at the LDP’s headquarters, where they discussed their ties going back to their time as students at Georgetown University and the election of President Donald Trump. For the full video of the LDP’s widely acclaimed Youtube show CafeSta, including live guitar performance of Gumma Councillor …

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Whatever Happened to Goldman Sachs

Whatever happened to the Goldman Sachs union?

“The public face of the Goldman Sachs Japan Employee Union was Timothy Langley of Langley Esquire, a former U.S. lawyer who consulted the laid-off employees. He now admits that generating interest and public support was a ‘specific element of the negotiating approach to a reluctant Goldman Sachs.’”