Helping Your English To Sparkle
Define Your Goals
At London Business English, you can master the language as it is used in the corporate world:
- Communicate with precision
- Hone your writing
- Impress your colleagues and business partners
- And, most importantly, express yourself with power and persuasion
Few languages match English for its scope and elasticity. The rise of the internet and London’s status as a financial centre have rocketed it into the global super-language.
We help you be clear on what you are trying to achieve and the fastest way to get on track. Perhaps it’s a 4-week refresher you need, or maybe the whole goose and trimmings.
Develop Key Habits
All our teachers are native speakers with postgraduate university qualifications and at least three years experience working in the business sector, often much more, and often specifically in finance.
You are already experienced; you’ve learned lists of English idioms and pages of strange, fruity phrases.
Most tongues come straight as an arrow by comparison – say what they mean, do what they say. But the English language grabs words and joins them up in fresh and amazing ways.
Use The Right Terms
What do you use English for? Presentations…Email…Meetings…Telephone…Social…Networking…
All and more?
Different situations require different ways of speaking or writing.
With our reference guides and always-on-call support service, you will find guidance for polishing your English skills to a gleam.
Never feel out of your depth again or inferior to other English speakers.
Be confident in how the language works and use it to your best advantage. It is an essential and valuable skill.
Gibberish is the same in any language. Say no to gibberish!
(UK English at 0.50, US at 1.12)
Into The Woods
Part Latin, part Saxon, part French, part whatever else it can find, this language eats other languages for breakfast. Let’s feast!
How to decide the appropriate response in any situation. What does the boss want? How best to pitch that client?
03. Be Clear
Idioms in English are like a large bear on a short leash chained to your favourite trousers. Cut the bear loose or befriend it, but let’s get clear.
Confidence in your skills is important. It helps you take chances, which are necessary in going with the flow of a powerful language, and also allows you to stop and learn, and try again when you need to.