(BQ) English for Meetings teaches students the skills and language they need to participate in a meeting with confidence. The course gives students techniques and strategies to help them communicate in business meetings, using appropriate vocabulary, key expressions, and phrases.
Everyday Business English is for students at intermediate level and can be used for self study or in class. The book develops spoken language skills by presenting and practising vocabulary and expressions that are useful in everyday working life.
This practical series presents essential vocabulary and phrases in specialist areas. The language is introduced in a short dialogue or text which students can listen to on an audio CD. Key language points are analysed and practised.
Business Vocabulary in Use Elementary is in the same series as Business Vocabulary in Use Intermediate and Advanced. It is designed to help you to learn basis business vocabulary. It also helps you to learn the language of business communication situations, telephone calls, business writing, presentations, and meetings...
busIness vocabulary In Use Elementary provides basic, essential vocabulary In a busIness context for learners of busIness English. busIness vocabulary In Use Elementary follows the same successful approach as the tried and tested In Use vocabulary...
Business Vocabulary in Use Elementary provides basic, essential vocabulary in a business context for learners of Business English. Business Vocabulary in Use Elementary follows the same successful approach as the tried and tested In Use vocabulary and grammar books, with vocabulary presentation and explanation on the left-hand page and practice on the right-hand page. The book comprises a number of thematic sections including work, time, money, products, services; and Skills units including numbers, telephoning, emails and faxes, meetings and presentations.
Lesson 12: A meeting (continued) Bài 12: Hội họp (tiếp theo)
Trần Hạnh và toàn Ban Tiếng Việt Đài Úc Châu xin thân chào bạn. Mời bạn theo dõi loạt bài ‘Tiếng Anh Thương Mại’ do Sở Giáo Dục Đa Văn Hoá Dành Cho Người Lớn gọi tắt là AMES biên soạn tại thành phố Melbourne, Úc Châu.
Lesson 12: A meeting Bài 12: Hội họp
Trong Bài 11, bạn đã học cách khai mạc cuộc họp. Bạn đã biết cách ngắt lời người khác cũng như biết cách ứng phó khi người khác ngắt lời.
Lesson 2: Meet the team (continued) Bài 2: Giới thiệu nhân viên (tiếp theo)
Trần Hạnh và toàn Ban Tiếng Việt, Đài Úc Châu, xin thân chào quí bạn. Mời quí bạn theo dõi loạt bài ‘Tiếng Anh Thương Mại’ do Dịch Vụ Giáo Dục Đa Văn Hoá Dành Cho Người Lớn gọi tắt là AMES biên soạn tại thành phố Melbourne, Úc Châu.
Lesson 11: A meeting Bài 10: Hội họp
Trần Hạnh và toàn Ban Tiếng Việt Đài Úc Châu xin thân chào bạn. Mời bạn theo dõi loạt bài ‘Tiếng Anh Thương mại’ do Sở Giáo dục Đa Văn hóa cho Người Lớn gọi tắt là AMES biên soạn tại thành phố Melbourne, nước Úc. Qua loạt bài gồm 26 bài học này, chúng tôi sẽ mời bạn đến thăm một cơ sở thương mại Phương Tây làm ăn phát đạt để bạn có dịp giao tiếp với những người nói Tiếng Anh.
English for Business Communication is a short course for people in or preparing for work who need to improve their English in these key areas: socialising, telephoning, presenting, taking part in meetings and negotiating. With its modular approach it is easy to fit into any teaching programme.
As the title suggests, the focus is on developing speaking skills in the contexts of day-to-day dealings with customers, clients and suppliers of services or goods. Great emphasis is also placed on developing listening skills.
BÀI 4 – Nói chuyện qua điện thoại (tiếp theo)
I. Chú giải Nhân vật Edward Bono: Technician at Dazzling Displays Kỹ thuật viên của Công ty Triển lãm Dazzling Harvey Judd: Chief Purchasing Officer at Hale and Hearty Foods. Trưởng Phòng Thu Mua của Hale and Hearty Foods Diễn biến câu chuyện Harvey returns Edward’s call. Edward explains that he is about to set up the Hale and Hearty display at the Exhibition Centre. He manages to convince Harvey to meet him at the Centre so that he can show him how to work the display. Harvey gọi điện lại...
Part: chairing meetings
Business Benchmark helps students get ahead fast with their Business English vocabulary and skills and gives them grammar practice in business contexts. It also helps students prepare for an internationally recognised Cambridge ESOL Business English exam, using real exam papers from Cambridge ESOL. Teachers can choose from the BEC edition or the BULATS edition at the right level for their students.
The tourism industry offers an enormous choice of jobs for those who are suitably qualified.
The World Travel and Tourism Council in their Blueprint for New Tourism (2003) described
travel and tourism as ‘one of the world’s largest industries, responsible for 200 million jobs
and over 10% of global GDP’. But what are your chances of getting a top job?
In the summer of 2003 one of the editors attended a meeting to discuss the possibilities
of a major training scheme for employees in the travel and trade industry.
Over the past 20 years a microfinance industry has emerged in response to the
lack of access to formal financial services for most of the world’s poor. Microfinance
institutions serve an ever-increasing number of poor clients, but the demand for
such financial services still far outstrips their capacity.
To meet this demand, most microfinance institutions plan to increase their
outreach. But rapid growth strains an institution’s systems and changes its financial
This IBM® Redbook is primarily intended for use by IBM Clients and IBM
Business Partners. In it we discuss and demonstrate technology, architectures,
techniques, and product capabilities for business performance management
BPM is a relatively new and evolving initiative that brings together a number of
technologies to monitor and manage the attainment of business measurements
and goals. However, this redbook is not intended to be a comprehensive treatise
on BPM, but more of an introduction to help you understand it and get started
with your implementation....
Fair warning: This book is meant to be dangerous. Provocative. Arresting.
Like a brick thrown through the plate-glass window of the
CEO’s office, the meeting room of the board of directors, or the
faculty club of the business school that hits you up all the time for
alumni contributions. I argue that today’s competitive environment for
the business leaders is sufficiently hazardous and uncertain that you are
better off thinking of it not as business but as war.
A meeting will not be successful unless someone has put some effort into its planning. Most
meetings are undermanaged. If any other business activity were as poorly managed as the
average meeting, those responsible would have their careers seriously abbreviated.
The effectiveness, productivity, and ultimate success of a meeting is directly related to the
amount of planning. Someone must take management responsibility seriously.
This paper introduces the four stages of meeting management: planning, preparation, process
management, and follow-up.
Cunning meets his bosses’ expectations.With the help of pin boards and flipcharts,
he at first starts to summarize and to structure the discussion points in a mind
map. He lists arguments, objectives, strengths, and weaknesses in structure trees.
Moreover, Fritz Cunning succeeds par excellence with what no one had expected:
He takes the edge out of the discussion and eliminates opposition by actively
engaging all those present into his analysis, creating transparency.
More than 11,000 customers–ranging from independent consultants to large corporations–use WebEx online services to decrease the cost and increase the effectiveness of meetings, presentations, conferences, support, and training
Input from WebEx has enriched the book with actual examples and case studies of how individuals, small businesses, and large corporations are making use of the WebEx services
It was called the "Breakfast for Champions," the annual
fundraiser to benefit the Commonwealth Institute, a non-profit
organization that helps women develop entrepreneurial skills and
expertise. On this particular June morning in 2001, more than
1,000 women gathered in the grand ballroom of Boston's Fairmont
Copley Hotel to network and to honor women entrepreneurs.
Virtually the entire "who's who" of the women's business
community was there, as well as investors, lawyers, and others
who work with and support women-led businesses.