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TLP Reporting on performance and progress in English
A one hour webinar via zoom developing your Business English skills in reporting your performance and progress at work. An opportunity for Q&As. A comprehensive pack to take away, full of vocabulary lists and useful templates included in the price. Recommended for participants who already have a good foundation of English (B1+). Contact Toby Higson, toby@tlp.lu for more information.

Benefits for you:

English language development

• Useful expressions in reporting your progress with professionalism.
• A wide range of verbs of change in describing trends over time.
• Key grammar structures to ensure you report your progress in an open and concise manner.
• The language used to ‘soften’ a difficult message.

Professional skills development

• Critically reflecting on how to report progress with confidence, clarity and precision.
• Effectively differentiating between the styles used in formal and semi-formal progress updates.
• Communicating your progress in a way that is sensitive to both your audience and the current Covid-19 context.
• Precisely describing key trends and indicators related to your job.
• Communicating difficult messages with tact and sensitivity.

Aug 24, 2020 12:00 PM in Paris

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Toby Higson
Director and Founder @The Language Partnership
I specialise in business communication and have worked in training and development all my career. My clients range from individuals to large multinationals and have included factories, banks, law firms, European Institutions and universities. I have worked extensively across the UK, Belgium, Luxembourg and France. I have also provided best practice consultancy to language schools aiming to achieve an outstanding experience for learners. My book 'Qualifications in the UK, How to make the right choices', explains how to judge the quality of courses and language schools. I completed my Post Graduate Certificate in Education in 2004 from the Institute of Education, University of London, finishing joint top in my year group.