We are on a mission to empower individuals to communicate at ease in English, gain confidence, and get recognized in the present line of work.
The Eloquence club is a forum designed to gear business professionals for whom English is a foreign language. The entire idea is crafted to build a realistic platform for experts to learn how to hold better client communication, present ideas to both internal and external stakeholders. With a combination of one-on-one mentoring and group discussions, the participants will experience and practice thinking in English, focusing on intent and thought clarity through a variety of contexts.
Realize the need
If your organization focuses on a global scale but English is not your first language, the Eloquence club can give you that upbeat to scale.
You use the same words repeatedly in your conversations.
You know a few empowering words that will fit the context but not sure how to fit it in.
You have the apprehension to quickly share your thoughts in the meetings.
You stumble to ask questions at the client requirement call.
You don't want others to think of you as disinterested or less knowledgeable.
You are unable to connect with the top management due to language skills.
What is stopping you?
If you think this is a regular grammar class or this will be boring or I don't need a class.
Wait! Hold that thought.
What if, we give you an interactive session with thought provoking ideas and activities that will help you gain confidence to share your thoughts and views with anyone anywhere.
Would you be interested?
How do we do it?
You will be experiencing a virtual safe place to connect, experience, learn, practice and guide others here. Isn’t that interesting?
As a member of the Eloquence Club, we will meet twice a month. Every month we pick a most voted challenge by the team members and address them. Every challenge leads to a set of intricacies and each of it will be aligned to a role.
The good news is our experts have already worked on the intricacies and linked it to appropriate roles. Either you may choose your role or work with a suggested role. To make you skillful for these roles, your mentors will collaborate with you.
Here are the list of common challenges we hear often:
Thinking in the local language
Using regional words while conversing
Fear of making mistakes
High/low rate of speech
Using right choice of words
We know that you are already an expert in your regional language. So learning English is like the first time you are introduced to Agile Methodologies, Coding, Screening Right Talent, creating that excellent report using MS Excel.
Yes! We all learned everything from iterations.
Do you know that providing feedback is an iterative leadership skill? Giving and receiving feedback is an essential component of the program as it allows you to advance more efficiently.
Once a registration is submitted, our mentor will reach out for a discovery call to understand your team strength, specific requirements, comfortable days and time. Book your appointment now.