If you walked into a shop in a foreign country and started asking for things in English, the chances are you wouldn’t be fully understood. This leads to frustrations on both sides.
Yet every day we talk to people in our “language”, without recognising that others haven’t got a clue what we’re saying.
In this workshop, you will:
“The tone and level it was pitched is very good and the additional information was very useful around strengths and weakness and autonomy.”
Jonathan Ogilvie - Senior Engineer within the Water Group of BuroHappold
Our client is a global manufacturer of healthcare goods who had already planned to deliver 50% of their training virtual over the coming year ...Read More