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Category: Business English School in Makati Philippines

Why Most Employers Want Communication Skills in New Hires?

Effective communication is the key to success in our professional and personal lives.  A team or an individual’s success hinges on the strategy and respect accorded through communication.  It is what makes an effective team and an efficient individual.  Business communication is one of the most important aspects of how an organization or company thrives. […]

How Does Business Communication Differ from General Conversation?

It can be rare for a person not to speak to anyone on a single day, especially if are employed. After all, how else will you report your finds in a meeting or how else will you say “pass the salt” on the dinner table? What people do not realize is not all interactions are […]

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How Learning English Can Help You Find Better Job Opportunities

English is the universal business language. Every day there are more than a million of transactions made in English all over the world.  Hence, learning English is crucial in business. Enrolling yourself in an English school in the Philippines is a start towards the right direction. The Philippines has plenty of multinational companies whose medium […]

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Effective Business Writing: Techniques to Use Immediately

Business communication necessitates the power to persuade whether it be written or spoken. We need to achieve a desired result by helping the recipient of our message give us what we want. Business writing has to be well thought out and composed because we are not going to be looking over the shoulder of our […]

Bigger Office, Better Training

Now that the American English office renovation has been completed, prospective and existing clients will be pleased with the kind of experience they can start looking forward to: more spacious training rooms and additional state-of-the-art equipment, not to mention new methodologies in training courses and a reliable team of professional English trainers.

K-12 and the Filipino Student

President Benigno S. Aquino III strongly believes that the twelve years of formal education Filipinos have been used to are still not enough, considering the growing rate of both local unemployment and underemployment. A lot of Pinoys who are more dependable on physical labor would rather go to first-world countries and get paid higher as a blue-collar employee, unlike in their home country wherein white collar jobs make more money.

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