The capacity to exchange ideas has been the single most important business process that us humans use. In order to convince, motivate, sell, entertain and manage people, we had to rely on our natural capacity to relate and send messages to get things done. Today, having to improve communication skills has become one of the most important tasks for any professional who wants to stand out from the crowd.
A great set of communication skills can go a long way. It can nail you job interviews, impress bosses and even build up confidence. It’s embarrassing when you know you have a great idea but can’t seem to explain it to someone else. This is where your English Proficiency becomes your best asset.
This is the reason why BDI had its’ first English Communication Boot Camp session last August 15, 2015. With the goal of covering a wide array of communication skills needed in today’s workplace, the training aimed to empower today’s professionals and boost the quality of those who are about to embark on their journey through employment.
Starting from Liaisons, the Boot Camp went from Sales pitches to pronunciation all the way to basic story telling for businesses. It wasn’t the regular classroom setting that consisted of tongue twisters and drills. This was a training camp designed for life-readiness and over-all competence.
The best part about this is that we won’t stop there. This Boot Camp is the first step to other courses that are designed to help anyone and everyone improve communication skills. They are available to the public and only take a full day.
So if you’re looking for a job, looking for tips on how to pass interviews, trying to make an impression or just plain tired of not learning anything new, take a leap of faith and invest in a full day of learning and motivation. You’ll be surprised at how much you don’t know and how much you can do.
If you’re interested in participating in a re-run of this boot camp, don’t hesitate to contact us via these numbers:
Our friendly program executives will be more than happy to fill you in on the details.