Use these 10 traits of successful professionals in English to describe yourself in an English job interview. There are 10 traits that English speakers value and are perfect for your job interview.
Learn to feel calm and confident when you do public speaking in English. These 5 tips will help you control your fear so you can communicate your ideas clearly.
Better ways to say ‘I don’t know’ at work. Use these alternatives when you *should* know the answer or when you’re not the expert but someone wants to know what you think.
Learn how to apologize in English, the right way. The strategy you need, along with the expressions and grammar we use in real English for delicate situations. By the end of this lesson you will know what to say and how to handle any mistake gracefully, both at work and in your daily life.
Sound professional and confident with 10 smart English words for work. These are little changes you can make for a big, impressive impact in your English conversation.
Networking in English and meeting new people are particularly challenging if you’re shy or if you’re an introvert. Plus you have to find the right words in English. Here are my 6 strategies to help you do it with confidence.
Nervous or shy when you express ideas in English? Learn the real phrases and expressions native speakers use in English to introduce their ideas.
If you have to give bad news in English, do you avoid it? Most of us do. It feels awful and uncomfortable. But here’s how to give bad news in a caring way.
Have you ever felt shocked when a colleague or friend says something like, “Wow, you look terrible!” or “That’s not a great haircut on you.” Here’s what to say when someone is rude in English.
Did you know that being assertive can help you manage stress and negative emotions, deal with uncomfortable situations, and express yourself more effectively? Plus you’ll sound more confident. Get 5 strategies to help you be assertive in English.