Do you do business in the global marketplace? Do you increasingly have to run important business meetings in English? Do you travel a lot or are you planning a long stay abroad?
Many questions. My answer: Language Link
English coaching: diverse and creative
Easy and efficient learning
Do you find it strenuous to learn vocabulary and grammar? Have you ever wondered if there is an easier way? With my support, you will find out what type of learner you are and try out suitable learning methods. I will also inform you about media matching your interests and habits to enable you to practise English playfully at different times and places. One of my clients once said: “For the first time in my life learning English is fun.” Anxieties and inhibitions become a thing of the past, for we learn English in a relaxed atmosphere.
Go ahead and break new ground!
English coaching: individual and situational
Your topics are key
You would like to get prepared for an English job interview?
An English-speaking business partner is going to visit you and you want to act with self-assurance?
You need help to prepare your next presentation?
My client’s requirements are as diverse as their workplaces. What queries do you have at your workplace? I will familiarise myself with your topics and act out your real-life situations together with you. Until you feel confident.
English coaching: personal and flexible
Language advice at short notice
In the past you have probably wished you had a contact person to ask for advice when writing an English e-mail. Just call me or send me an e-mail, and I will give you all the necessary information at short notice. This will give you the opportunity to learn from your real-life tasks and to act competently in business. We can also develop recurring text modules together to help you write your English correspondence with ease.
English coaching: cross-cultural and country-specific
Proper cultural setting
My cultural knowledge about the UK and the USA is an integral part of all my activities. Being able to speak a foreign language fluently does not necessary mean that British or American people truly understand you. They sometimes perceive the straightforward and curt German way of communicating as unfriendly and too direct. What you say to break the ice, to put people at ease and how you avoid making linguistic or cultural faux pas – that’s what I will teach you as part of my cross-cultural coaching.