But that's not in the book!
Find out about this interactive workshop in Ed’s own words.
A few weeks ago, I taught an agile business consultant. Did you just google
it? I had to. How can we teach someone when we’re only dimly aware of what they
In addition, as job titles and roles become ever more specific, where do we
get material when companies protect their working documents so tightly?
This means that we're often reliant on published material but what do we do
when none of this material matches the experience or needs of our clients
In this workshop, participants will investigate some of the challenges faced
when learners appear with non-standard requests and will explore how existing
material can be bent, supplemented and developed to satisfy even the strangest
needs, even when you don’t know exactly what they are.
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The importance of lifeskills in the business classroom
This practical workshop will explain what life skills, otherwise called soft skills or people skills, are and the importance they hold within the context of international business. Participants will discuss the life skills being taught and shown ways to incorporate these life skills into their own business classrooms. Ideal for teachers looking to equip students with more than just the core business or language skills.
Examples will be taken from
In Company 3.0 and
The Business 2.0 video
scenarios and audio.
Sample copies of
The Business 2.0 or
In Company 3.0 will be provided to
participants at this workshop.