TEDx speaker, 5-time Toastmasters international speech contest winner, co-author of the Amazon bestseller, ‘The Success Blueprint’ and strategy consultant, Natsuyo shares the stories behind her communication experiences during her 25-year career in cross-cultural businesses, and her unique 3-step process to help leaders transcend their communication skills to lead and manage their teams effectively.
Through her compelling keynote presentations, Natsuyo shows organizations how culture impacts their daily business and how to adjust their communication style to build trust within their teams.
Tiffany & Co
Natsuyo started her career at a top Japanese trading company, ITOCHU International in New York and then served as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company (Tokyo), and
as a marketing research, analysis, and strategy specialist at ASPIRE Intelligence (New York).
During her career she has been on both sides of the equation, allowing her to address a diverse audience who are guaranteed to leave with actionable tactics and strategies that drive diversity success.
“Wow! She has a gift for the world, and EVERYONE needs to hear her powerful message”
Past President of National Speakers Association (NSA) & Adjunct Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology
“Natsuyo can take one of those every day events and turn it into a story that will teach anyone a profound, invaluable lesson and keep them thinking long after the event.”
The Townsend Group
“Natsuyo’s keynote speech on cross‐culture was very insightful and educational. We often encounter a situation where we deliver a message and it’s interpreted in a wrong way, but we don’t know what actually went wrong. Natsuyo clarified the reasons, and gave us practical tools to improve our cross‐cultural communications. Her talk was also very engaging!!”
Wall Street VP
“Natsuyo is one of the most engaging and dynamic presenters I have had the pleasure to watch. The information she provides is extremely useful and highly relevant. But more importantly, it is delivered in a manner that makes it so completely relatable. Cross-cultural communications affects us all, and Natsuyo is the person to help you navigate the path.”