"How to Write Effective Business English" gives guidance to both native and non-native English writers on how to create clear messages and understand how English is used internationally in business today. It may mean un-learning things you were taught at school. The book is aimed at those beginning to use English at work and assumes you know it to intermediate level. It uses real life business scenarios to develop your skills and give answers even your boss may not know. You will learn a system to help you quickly and easily write emails, letters, CVs and more - and benefit from checklists for action to take you to the next level in the cycle of success.
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How to Write Effective Business English focuses on writing English for international business as a key business tool for native and non-native English speakers.L'autore:
Fiona Talbot originally co-founded a communication consultancy in Rotterdam that helped multi-nationals improve their use of English as an international business language.
Fiona now runs TQI Word Power Skills, a Business Writing Skills Consultancy that helps both native and non-native English speakers, both in the UK and internationally. She delivers workshops and e-coaching at all levels.
She has an extensive social media following for her #wordpowerskills brand and has featured in major publications such as Personnel Today, British Airways' business magazine, The Sunday Times, Accounting Technician, and Call Centre Focus amongst many others.
Learn more at http://www.wordpowerskills.com/index.php
Fiona has a YouTube channel showing short clips to emphasise the problems often faced in using English in business:
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Descrizione libro Kogan Page, 2012. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0749455209
Descrizione libro Kogan Page, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110749455209