We are excited to announce Authentic Journeys’ Partnership with English Priority. We are beyond honored to have contributed content to English Priority’s Focus Business English Course for Non-Native Speakers.
On February 2nd, I went on live with Gabby Rincon, the Founder of English Priority, based in Santiago, Chile.
To learn the bonus material Authentic Journeys has shared to enhance the program
Listen in on the live casts below.
Our LinkedIn Live posted to YouTube
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Listen in to our Instagram Live
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Is broken up into four modules:
Module 1: Business English: The Essentials
Module 2: Effective Business Speaking
Module 3: Effective Business Writing
Module 4: Cross-Cultural Communication
To learn more and sign up follow this link.
After 12 weeks you will be able to……
Learn frequently used spoken shortcuts in grammar and vocabulary
Learn ways to think out loud, buy time and avoid uncomfortable silences
Write professional texts that leave a remarkable impression
Understand the culture in the English-speaking business world
And more… follow to the course sign up page to sign up!
Gabby also holds weekly FREE English speaking clubs – meet people from different countries to practice English!
Contact Gabby – firstname.lastname@example.org– for all the details on the FOCUS Business English Course, Speaking Clubs or other English learning resources.
Other podcasts and webinar where Jennifer Kumar was a guest or panelist:
Top 5 Pronunciation Tips for Virtual Meetings hosted by Andrea Giordano from Study with Andrea – March 2020
Improving Your Online Home Office Presence – Webinar with Brent Edwards and Jinesh Narayanankutty – May 2020
Recalculating Career Opportunities with Lisa Hecht and Stephanie Renk- March 2021
Communicate Successfully at WORK with Ethan from Beyond Borders – October 2021
(If you listen to this podcast on their website, you will see that Ethan has extracted the idioms and phrasal verbs that I used for additional learning.)
Providing Cross-Cultural Training in India hosted by Hugo Messer from Ekipa – Jan. 2016
Authentic Journeys Story from Inception until Today hosted by David Jaques from Wedo
A Few Small Talk Topic Taboos hosted by Lindsay McMahon from All Ears English – Oct. 2105
Our Small Talk course, Building Trust and Good Relations With US Americans, teaches individuals how to engage in casual conversations with others. It covers topics like initiating conversations, asking open-ended questions, active listening, and body language. The course helps participants build rapport and establish connections with people they encounter in social settings. Overall, a Small Talk course is a valuable investment for anyone who wants to improve their social skills and feel more comfortable in various social situations.
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