Adult Business Professionals Program Overview
Professor: Emma Mulac
This program was specifically created with business professionals in mind. In order to be exceptional at their jobs, business professionals must have extraordinary language skills. The program works on taking clients from fluent in English to eloquent and professional in their vocabulary variation, sentence structure, and effectiveness in communication.
It is the first program of its kind- focusing on the client’s English foundation rather than an array of specified skill attainment. The approach is literature-based and helps the client attain all necessary techniques and methods which can aid the client even after the end of the program.
The ultimate goal of the program is to give clients the tools to achieve eloquence and style in speaking and writing in both their business and personal lives by engaging them in a fool-proof, innovative, literature-based program guaranteed to increase their success as consultants.
The program is divided into 3 modules.
In the first module, the client will have removed all of the anxiety or discomfort they may have regarding their English. They will be clear about their strengths and weaknesses at this moment in their journey.
In the second module, clients will be using short articles to develop a significant amount of vocabulary and sentence variations and master many methods and techniques which will help them retain their new knowledge and improve further in the future. Along with theory come practice sessions where clients demonstrate their newly-acquired knowledge and put it to the test with my guidance.
In the third module, clients move on to short stories written by literary greats and learn how to apply all they have learned. They will be able to implement it to create their own pieces and will have found their own style.
After the duration of the program, clients will have attained a higher level of eloquence and freedom in English. They will also have everything they need to continue improving their eloquence, style, and professionalism in English on their own. Most importantly, they will have attained the freedom of seeing English as an asset rather than as a problem.