- communication & persuasion
- creativity & brainstorming
- negotiations & presentation skills
- the psychology of learning
Many of my clients have literally had years and years of English classes. The last thing they want is more grammar and comprehension exercises. They have, however, enjoyed the chance to improve some of their other skills in an English environment.
This can be a serious way to prepare for a future challenge, or just a way to have some fun with your coworkers. In general it is structured around solving abstract and specific problems, but get ready for some interesting solutions, as brainstorming in a second language always opens some unexpected doors.
English language workshops can be part of a regular class, evolving from week to week, or an intensive and independent half-day of creativity and challenges.