Trump Talk: The Jargon and Culture of Business 1-4Culture Click Communications
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non-native English speaker with upper-intermediate to advanced skills and want to take your communication and business prowess to the next level.
University of Texas at Arlington (USA) Humanities (Geisteswissenschaften), Intercultural Communications, MA (Master of Arts) Ethnography; Socio-linguistics; Second Language Acquisition,Cross-Cultural Counseling Accelerated Learning & Suggestopedia MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator), MMTIC (MBTI for children) FIRO-B (Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation-Behavior) TKI (Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument), Begleitender Seelsorger TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, graduate certification) Bachelor of Arts (Gemeindepädagogik)
You speak to and/or work with . . .
Americans or other native English speakers on a regular basis and have noticed that they often "have the upper hand" due to their command of the language, cultural background, and the "game" of business.
You want to . . .
"level the playing field" by understanding and using insider phrases and slang like these native speakers do; you want to know and play by the unwritten rules for "wheeling and dealing" successfully in global business which has been influenced by corporate America.