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28th Sep 2022

29. How to make BIG meetings run SMOOTHLY!

Welcome to Episode 29 of the TRANSFORMA TU INGLÉS PROFESIONAL podcast!

I'm your host Daniel Smith.

Today I will be talking with Alastair, an AMAZING coach from my team, all about:

  • The meaning and role of the "chair"
  • How to express "convocar una reunión" correctly
  • The importance of the agenda and the items on it
  • My story about when I had to write an "acta" in London
  • And of course AOB, an important abbreviation!

This podcast helps you push your business English communication skills to the next level so that you can grow professionally and achieve your international career goals!

WHEN YOU ARE READY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN:

THE FLUENCY COMMUNITY: Are you looking to take your English fluency to the next stage? Join the waiting list by clicking here: Click HERE to join the waiting list

COACHING 1 to 1: If you would like to take your professional communication skills to the next level we can organise 1 to 1 coaching that is specifically tailored to your needs and goals. If you are interested Click HERE to book your strategy call

BOOKS: ¡He publicado dos libros a través de Amazon y ambos tienen reseñas de 5 estrellas! Si estás interesado aquí están los enlaces: 365 consejos para mejorar tu inglés o 123 consejos para impresionar a tu jefe con tu inglés

CONTACT US: If you would like to give us some feedback whether positive or negative, we would LOVE to hear from you! Please send an email to: coach@danielsmith.es

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About the Podcast

Transforma tu inglés profesional
Take your professional English to the next level by listening to this podcast!

You will hear me chatting with native speaking coaches who have YEARS of experience helping Spanish speaking clients develop their English as a business communication tool!

So, jump in and enjoy it!