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
You just lost your job. What is your next step?
Dealing with rejection.
Personal brand / online image
Analyzing your options / checking the market.
Work on your CV / Be prepared for the interview
Learn on your mistakes
Losing a job is one of the most stressful events that people go through in their lives. You’ll experience fear, anxiety, depression, and anger, as well as periods of positivity. But what is the best way to deal with it?
Take your time to deal with rejection. It’s important to acknowledge your situation, let yourself feel sad. Don´t be afraid to ask for support. For sure your family or friends are there to help you. However, being alone it´s ok too. Use this time to learn what was wrong and how you can improve your future situation.
When we are focusing on the future, remember you are a brand! Prepare the list of your strengths, your most important experience, your achievements. Think about how you can sell yourself, why you are better than other candidates. Next, go to your online profile on LinkedIn and be sure your picture and your work experience are updated. Focus on your personal projects, be part of the community. Use the time when you are looking for a job to develop your skills or learn something new.
The next step is to check what is happening now on the job market. Mainly, when you had a long break from job searching, it’s an important exercise to be more aware of your options. First, be realistic! You have prepared the list of your strengths and skills before, so now it’s time to check where you can fit. Second, the job market is changing rapidly, so be ready for adapting to the changes.
Start connecting or reconnecting with your family, friends, professors, former colleagues, and recruiters. There’s no shame in reaching out to these contacts to let them know you’re looking for something new.
Here is the moment, you found the perfect offer so use this chance and be prepared. Remember that the key is to match resumes with job descriptions, so the more you can mine your experience for skills and achievements, the easier this process will be. Be honest, but don’t be overly humble. It’s easy to forget tasks and responsibilities, and even easier to undersell past achievements.
And next, with the CV ready to show to the world, it’s time for applying for job offers. When you receive the invitation, be ready, read about the company, and show your positive attitude. Don´t be afraid, this is your moment.