A lack of English and Canadian business culture skills may damage an Internationally Educated Professional’s relationship with peers and supervisors.
Improve English speaking skills, particularly the proper use of tone, intonation and non-verbal language with these helpful articles that can boost your career and business communications. Contact Improve Your Workplace English today for more resources or ESL for business training material.
Articles to Unlock Your IEPs’ Potential
Article published in Canadian Consulting Engineer June/July 2012.
Unlocking the potential of internationally educated professionals
Training can help internationally educated professionals understand the nuances of verbal and non-verbal communication in the North American workplace…
Article published in CanadaBound Immigrant, November 2012
Understanding the Nuances of English
Internationally-educated professionals (IEPs) may experience frustration in their workplace communications when they fail to understand the slight, often barely discernible differences in meaning…
Article published in CanadaBound Immigrant, March 2015
Small talk can play a big role in your success in Canada
Small talk is a type of social communication. It is an informal type of conversation, and is usually made between people who do not know each other well or at all…