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How to become an effective communicator in English

Effective
Client and Team Communication in Tech

Participation is free
Starting date: April 20
Online Crash Course
Who it is for
Tech professionals
who communicate with their foreign customers on an everyday basis
Managers in tech
who have multicultural teams and use English for everyday communication
Recruiters and HR managers
who are in touch with English-speaking customers and candidates
What you will learn:
  • what communication skills you need to improve in the first place;
  • how to overcome cultural barriers, and communicate effectively with your customers and teammates;
  • how to make yourself sound and speak clearly in English to be understood at work;
  • how to give professional demos, provide valuable and constructive feedback, run effective meetings, and write emails and chat messages in English that always get a response.
You will get:
A 60-minute webinar with useful tips and resources
Communication skills practice in a private channel
Access to a private tech English community
Crash course author and speaker
Anna Gandrabura
English and Soft Skills Coach for Tech and Business
  • Founded English For IT in 2012
  • Has taught English for over 14 years, 8 years in tech
  • Works with leading tech companies in Europe and the US: Luxoft, EIS Group, Provectus, People AI, Grammarly
  • Has studied communication and management at Standford
  • Gives conference talks and conducts master classes around the world. One of Anna’s latest webinars has been watched by over 1000 people in real time
  • Is a member of Web3 Equity and Shrimp Society in Miami; a co-host of the women entrepreneur group GSV Bootcamp
  • Has a YouTube channel about English
  • Blogs on Instagram about motivation, mindset, English and fitness
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