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TLP Contributing effectively to virtual meetings
A one hour webinar via zoom developing your Business English skills in contributing to virtual meetings. An opportunity for Q&As. A comprehensive pack to take away full of vocabulary lists and useful templates included in the price. Contact Toby Higson, toby@tlp.lu for more information. Recommended for participants with a good foundation in English (B1+).

Benefits for you:

English Language Development

• Use a wide range of expressions used in meetings.
• Broaden your vocabulary in making proposals, suggestions, expressing agreement/disagreement, asking questions and responding to difficult questions.
• Understand a wide range of common phrasal verbs, acronyms and business idioms often used in business meetings.
• Use the passive voice and reported speech in producing concise minutes and actions.

Professional skills development

• Develop strategies to ensure successful meetings, dealing confidently with challenges and difficult questions.
• Strengthen an awareness as to how meeting conventions can vary across cultures.
• Business writing: Learn techniques for writing clear and concise meeting agendas, minutes and actions.

Sep 15, 2020 08:00 AM 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.