Use basic vocabulary for the workplace
What will you learn about english for work
Vocabulary: CEO, NDA and more
Basic business vocabulary
The culture of the company
How to deal with stress and conflicts at work?
How to do business internationally
Eventos semanales de English Academy
Case study: how to make our company better for people?
How to have a successful career
Vocabulary: Interview, Networking and more
How to get your dream job
Your online image
How to deal with rejection
Giving and receiving feedback
Case study: What if you lose your job?
How to improve your soft skills
Vocabulary: Soft skill, Teamwork and more
Mastering communication at work
How to be a good leader?
Why Teamwork is better than being a hero?
How to boost critical thinking?
Work ethics in 21st. century
Case study: 5 tips to learn soft skills
Using practical skills at work
Vocabulary: Back up, Clarify and more
Case study: A phone call in English
Giving a perfect presentation
Active participation in a meeting
Negotiating as the key to your success
A call with your clients
Headquarters (n.) - a company’s main office.
Turnover (n.) - an amount of money a company receives from sales in a particular period.
Net profit (n.) - the money a company makes after taking away its costs and taxes.
Branch (n.) - a store or office representing a large company or organization in a particular area.
CEO (Chief Executive Officer or President) (n.) - the most senior manager in a corporation who has more authority than anyone else and is responsible for its success.
COO (Chief operating officer) (n.) -the person who is responsible for the daily operation of a corporation.
NDA (Non-disclosure agreement) (n.) - a document that a lot of workers sign up, to agree not sharing important information about the company.
B2B (Business to business) (n.) - a part of a company that is responsible for selling goods and services to other businesses.
B2C (Business to consumer) (n.) - a part of a company that is responsible for selling goods and services to the general public.
Cash flow (n.) - the movement of cash in and out of a business.
Export (n.)- the practice or business of selling goods to another country.
Export (v.)- to send a product to another country so that it can be sold there.
Import (n.)- a product from another country, that is bought with money from your country.
Import (v.)- to buy a product from another country and bring it to your country
GDP (Gross domestic product) (n.) the sum of all goods and services produced in the country’s economy.
Value (n.)- the thing that you believe is important in the way you live and work.
Low-context cultures (n.) - cultures that require little or no explanation of orders and requests…
High-context cultures (n.)- cultures that require and expect much more explanation about orders and directions