English for the best managers
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English for the best managers

Business English
2.5 (1 rating)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
2 students enrolled
Created by Olga Larisa
Last updated 6/2020
English
English [Auto]
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This course includes
  • 35 mins on-demand video
  • 43 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Grammar which is absolutely necessary for effective writing and speaking /with explanation and practice/
  • Essential vocabulary with a lot of phrasal verbs and idioms /with exercises to drill it/
  • business situations and quizzes to develop communication skills
  • Business videos and audios to improve comprehension
Requirements
  • required level B2-C1
  • a strong desire to follow us on the way of polishing English
Description

Are you a purchasing manager, a production manager, or an IT manager? Do you manage in marketing, sales, or finance? Is it up to you to take charge of human resources or product development? Regardless of your industry or level of experience, you have to make optimum use of all the resources you have at your disposal. Being thrust into an unpredictable situation can be difficult, and this is doubly true when you are a manager. Regardless of whether you are a seasoned manager or someone who has not yet experienced all the power, perils, and pitfalls of leading people, you will be expected to take charge and make things better for your direct reports and the company. This balancing act isn’t always easy, and it can be especially stressful if you are fumbling for words or lacking in nuance in your communications. The fact that you reached for this course means that you probably aren’t satisfied with how you’ve been handling this aspect of your job. You know you can do better, but you need some magic phrases to help kick-start the process. And because you’re busy, you need a reference tool that is concise, easy to use, and portable. In this book you’ll find hundreds of specific responses that have helped managers and would-be managers just like you take control of their communications.

Our goal in creating this course was to share these talking points so that you can develop a strong and capable managerial presence in any situation.

Let our journey to success begin right now.


Описание курса


  1. Уникальная лексика из свежих источников

  2. Актуальные темы

  3. Усложненная грамматика,которая не рассматривается в обычном курсе general English

  4. Фразы и ситуации взяты из жизни

  5. Возможность консультаций с преподавателями в комментариях

  6. Интересные тексты для аудирования


Who this course is for:
  • business people, managers of all levels
  • everybody whose target is to increase their level of English
  • everybody who wants to speak persuasively and appropriately in any situation.
Course content
Expand all 57 lectures 01:42:37
+ Introduction:are you a real manager?
6 lectures 11:30
Vocabulary/text file
01:29
Fill in the gaps using vocabulary above
Fill in the gaps using vocabulary above
1 question
You have learned a new interesting vocabulary.Let's translate a few sentences.
Translate into English
1 question

Select one of the suggested answers.

Choose the correct answer
5 questions
What sort of manager are you/would you be?Do the quiz to find out.
Quiz ( What sort of manager are you/would you be?)
10 questions
Grammar/real conditionals/video
05:15

Today we would like you to refresh real conditional sentences. I can hear almost everybody saying now “OMG, why? Aren’t we advanced enough to skip this simple grammar??Calm down. You ARE bound to know it well, but it doesn’t prevent you from making the mistakes like “If I WILL COME….”))Anyway, let’s start.


Grammar/real conditional sentences
00:43
What about checking this simple grammar ?)
Grammar check exercise (real conditional sentences)
7 questions
Select the appropriate option
00:42
You need to listen to the audio and then fill in the gaps in the text.
Listening task
1 question
Сomplete the sentences
00:20
+ Feedback and Discipline
8 lectures 11:26
Vocabulary/Video
01:41
Vocabulary (Feedback and Discipline)
01:17

Let's check out the new vocabulary.Choose the correct answer.

Exercise for checking new vocabulary
5 questions
Vocabulary checking
Exercise for translation (New vocabulary)
5 questions
Situations (Feedback and Discipline)
04:20
WHAT WOULD YOU DO AND WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE SAID IN THESE SITUATIONS?
00:43
Grammar/Unreal condition of present and future/video
01:31
Grammar /UNREAL CONDITION OF PRESENT AND FUTURE
00:40
Grammar check exercise /UNREAL CONDITION OF PRESENT AND FUTURE
00:39
Grammar check exercise 2
00:34
Audio + text with the gaps
Listening task / A dangerous gap
1 question
+ Motivation
8 lectures 11:11
Vocabulary/Video
01:40
Vocabulary (Motivation)/text file
01:28
You have 5 definitions.Use vocabulary above and write the correct answer .
Exercise 1 for checking new vocabulary (Motivation)
5 questions
Exercise for checking new vocabulary (Motivation)
00:19

Choose the most appropriate answer using new vocabulary

Vocabulary checking exercise 2 (Motivation)
5 questions
Useful phrases
05:24
Unreal condition of past/video
01:09
Grammar/UNREAL CONDITION OF PAST
00:21
Gramma checking exercise (UNREAL CONDITION OF PAST )
00:29
Grammar checking exercise 2 (UNREAL CONDITION OF PAST)
00:19
Listening exercise
Listeninng
1 question
+ Managing up
9 lectures 10:07
Vocabulary/Video
01:47
Vocabulary (Managing up)/text file
01:13
Exercise for checking vocabulary (Managing up)
00:14

Choose the correct option

Exercise for checking vocabulary
6 questions
Useful phrases (Managing up)
04:42
Situations
00:33
Mixed conditionals/video
00:07
Grammar/ MIXED CONDITIONALS
00:05
Gramma exercise / MIXED CONDITIONALS
00:28
REVISION TEST ON ALL TYPES
00:57
Listen to the audio and fill in the gaps in the text
Listening task / The 90% economy
1 question
+ MEETINGS AND PRESENTATIONS
9 lectures 21:06
Vocabulary/Video
01:47
Vocabulary/MEETINGS AND PRESENTATIONS/text file
01:42
Vocabulary practice (Meeting and presentations)
00:18
Vocabulary practice (Meetings and presentations)
00:13
Useful phrases
06:33
Giving opinion
01:35
Modal verbs/video
05:32
Modal verbs
02:26
Exercise/Modal verbs
00:57
Listen to the audio and fill in the gaps in the text
Listening / Goodbye globalisation
1 question
+ Managing Lower-Level Managers
9 lectures 21:56
Vocabulary/Video
01:51
Managing Lower-Level Managers / Vocabulary/text file
01:40
Exercise 1 / Vocabulary
00:34
Exercise 2 / Vocabulary
00:15
Phrases for conversations
05:57
Do You Have a Manager’s Approach to Work?
03:05
Modals of obligation/video
04:32
MODALS OF OBLIGATION
02:27
Grammar exercise /Complete the dialogue
01:34
Listen to the audio and fill in the gaps in the text
Listening / On the blink
1 question
+ Staffing
8 lectures 15:19
Vocabulary/Video
01:40
Vocabulary (Staffing)/text file
01:47
Exercise 1 / Vocabulary
00:33
Useful phrases
05:01
Situations
00:26
Passive voice/Video
03:51
Grammar /Passive Voice
01:08
Grammar exercise (Passive voice)
00:52
You can find the audio file attached. Listen to it and fill in the gaps in the text.
Listeninng/The jobless market
1 question