Improve Your Global Business English: The Essential Toolkit for Writing and Communicating Across Borders


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$19.95  $18.35
Kogan Page
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5.56 X 8.4 X 0.56 inches | 0.71 pounds

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About the Author

Fiona Talbot runs TQI Word Power Skills, a Business Writing Skills consulting company, and she runs workshops and delivers individual coaching at all levels in all sizes of business. She co-founded a communication consulting company that helped multi-nationals improve their use of English as an international business language. She has written for major publications, including Personnel Today, British Airways' business magazine, and The Sunday Times. She is the author of the Better English series, one of which has been recommended by the FAA, published by Kogan Page.

She has a YouTube channel showing short clips to emphasize the problems often faced in using English in business.

Sudakshina Bhattacharjee has worked as a lecturer of journalism at The London College and a lecturer of psychology at Kingston College of Further Education.


"[H]ighly recommended for all managers regularly responsible for writing English - especially those involved with promoting their organisation's reputation."--Andrew May "Professional Manager Magazine "
"[A] useful guide for international business people as they advise how to sharpen one's language skills across borders... With tips focused on social media, grammar, and speaking well across borders, 'Improve Your Global Business English' is strongly recommended for business and language collections."--The Library Bookwatch "The Midwest Book Review "
"If some of this doesn't sound like a language learning resource, you're right. It is as much a business resource for native speakers as it is a language guide for business English learners and it strikes a nice balance between the two. I think this is what makes Improve Your Global Business English so relevant and useful. It doesn't look at language in a vacuum but in the context of its purpose."--Fiona Bramble " "