This innovative book is a must for all those students and professors of Economics and Business Studies with English as a Foreign Language (EFL) who need to write academic texts in English (essays, papers, Masters and Doctoral theses, articles, books).
This book provides a refreshing introduction to the three fascinating and fundamental subjects of communication, public relations and leadership. Aimed primarily at University undergraduate and postgraduate students (as well as those studying A-levels) in business school.
Every manager has responsibilities towards himself/herself, their team, and the individuals within the team, the organization and the tasks in hand. Most managers find themselves under pressure to achieve these targets as effectively as possible.
We take our ability to communicate for granted. But if you’ve ever had a misunderstanding or conflict at work, it will be due to poor communication. Frustrating for managers and staff, this can lead to relationship breakdowns and costs businesses time and money.
According to most studies, people's number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you're better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.” Jerry Seinfeld How do you feel when asked to speak in public? Excited and inspired, or nervous and...
Today’s business is all about people. It is about communication, relationships and about presenting yourself, your organisation and your ideas in the most positive and impactful way. Soft skills – leadership, team building, communication, decision making, time management, stress management, interview skills etc.
Whether you are giving a presentation to an important client, trying to win business from a valued customer, selling an idea to your board of senior executives, or making a farewell speech to a retiring colleague, this “A to Z…” will help you come across as someone who is knowledgeable, skilled, and enthusiastic. Take a look!
In this lively and illuminating book, Leon Barkho guides us effortlessly through the areas where we may get it wrong when writing English. It is both a grammar version and a workbook on how language structures link together.