As November comes to an end, I thought it would be a good time to share some updates about new things for you, from Business English with Christina
Laying someone off, dismissing a member of your team, firing someone…
It’s not a fun situation, but eventually, if you lead an international team, you may need to dismiss someone or lay someone off in English.
Performance reviews (or appraisals) are part of company life in many parts of the world.
Taking time to think about the past year is a good idea–no matter what language you’ll use in your review.
If you manage a team in English, knowing how to congratulate them is key if you want to keep them motivated.
It’s time for a business lunch–in English.
You probably enjoy these in your native language. But are you doing and saying the right thing when you have a business lunch in English? And are you feeling like your usual, confident self?