Making Waves ー London Seminar (June 10th 2017)

  • Location: The Rookery (London).
  • Date and time: June 10th 2017, 1pm~4:30 pm (then food and drinks until late).
  • Price: members: free | non-members: £196
  • Who is this for: professionals and experts who use English as a second languageーwhether you’re a freelancer, a CEO, looking to start a business or are business person driven to succeed.

Making Waves Schedule

  • Breakthrough Business Communication Strategies (1 pm~3 pm)
    • Here we’ll be going over advanced strategies for better communication in business, work, and dare I say your everyday life.
  • Breaktime (3 pm~3:30 pm)
    • Do I really need to explain this one?
  • Into the waves (3:30 pm~4:30 pm)
    • My personal philosophy on life and business, and the rules I live by. Some you may have heard before, most you almost definitely haven’t.

I expect we’ll all for food and drinks after (which you’ll pay for yourself).

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Cheers,

Julian Northbrook

P.S. If you’re staying in London, I highly recommend The Rookery. Book directly from their website as you get a much better deal that way.

About the author: Julian Northbrook is an unconventional punk of the business English learning world. A leading expert in English education and direct response marketing, he’s fully equipped to drag you kicking and screaming from English-mediocracy to speaking at an outstanding level. After being turned down for his dream job in the art industry, Julian suffered three long years as a crap Japanese speaker. He understands exactly what it’s like to feel like a total idiot every time you speak. But Julian overcame his language problems, mastered the language, and went on to work first as a freelance translator, then as an executive member of a Japanese company. But he soon grew sick of the corporate world and left it to pursue something infinitely more satisfying — running his own business helping small business owners and entrepreneurs get so good at English that they forget that it’s not their first language. He writes the infamous Doing English Daily Newsletter which you can (and should) subscribe to.