Speak your way to a better personality
However, what most of us don’t know is what the “Personality Development” courses/ so called “Personality Development” classes offer. We think of this course as some magic formula that will change our personality overnight and lead us to great success. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Personality Development courses, across institutes, are being run in an unorganized manner largely dependent on what the instructor wants to do, with no structured syllabus in place.
A better option is to join a Spoken English course. What many of us don’t know is that a Spoken English course takes care of many aspects that add to your personality so that you come across as a more confident person.
These related aspects of language, better known as the non-verbal aspects, are often the neglected aspects in a language class. These include voice quality, tone, and word stress and essentially educate you on how best to use your voice to make an impact. Body language is another very important part of English language skills. This includes tips on how to make a better impression by making appropriate eye contact, appropriate posture etc. There is no point in dressing well if you are going to use the wrong voice tone or not manage your body language well.
Inlingua will ensure that all aspects of non-verbal communication are included and built in into your course content.
Another aspect that will really help you to present yourself well in your work space is strong skills in areas like giving Presentations and interviews. Your background and needs will be kept in mind and if you do a private one to one course with inlingua, your course content will be customized to suit your specific needs. You will be given ample practice in these areas so that you can stand in front of a group and make your point. Group speaking activities will also ensure that you gain confidence and hold your ground within a group.
So think about it, if you really want to improve your Communication skills and present yourself to others in an impressive manner isn’t a Spoken English course what you must join?
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