The Ultimate Business English Guide
What you'll learn
- Identify business situations and how to communicate in each of them
- Expand vocabulary using helpful phrases and expressions common in business settings
- Practice doing presentations and leading meetings
- Show confidence while speaking Business English
- Course is taught in English so intermediate-advanced-level English is required.
In this course, you will be taken through different scenarios in the business world and learn how to communicate effectively and professionally in each of them. There is a video lesson for each topic, as well as a PDF file for you to follow along and practice with some extra exercises. Answer sheet is available in the last section of the course. The course is 100% in English, therefore intermediate-advanced-level is required.
Topics in this guide include:
basics of a job interview: questions and preparation;
writing emails: levels of formality, types of emails, structure;
setting up business meetings;
hosting meetings: steps and preparation;
giving presentations: body language and voice work;
drafting contracts: standard clauses and contract language;
networking: small talk, interesting topics;
creating and delivering elevator pitches;
online meeting etiquette;
Some topics are accompanied by audio files for you to practice listening by doing exercises included in the PDF files.
There is an additional section at the end of the course containing PDF files for you to read on Types of Management, Organizational Culture, and Risk Management skills!
By the end of this course, you will have all the tools you need to feel confident and ready to face any challenge that might come up in different business situations.
Who this course is for:
- Entrepreneurs and businesspeople who are looking to improve their English to advance their careers.
Juliana has been teaching English to non-natives for over 10 years. As a private tutor and a professor, she has extensive experience on communication and pedagogy. She has worked with students from all over the world, such as France, Spain, Brazil, Italy, and more.
Juliana is a graduate from the Stella Adler conservatory, a school for artists and performers who wish to pursue higher education. The school's curriculum includes Speech lessons, History and Shakespeare classes, among others.