We use English to communicate with our colleagues and clients on a daily basis. Let’s skip the routine and improve our language skills to sound more professional and eloquent with some help from charismatic professor Christopher Korten.  

 

More about the lecture:

There are two opportunities (linguistically speaking) to be interesting: when you ask a question and when you answer it. Most questions that are asked are rhetorical or run-of-the-mill (uninteresting). So too the answers to these mundane questions. This engaging seminar is going to challenge you to utilize your linguistic creativity (in English) to produce more refreshing questions when in email correspondence or in conversation. The second part of our seminar is devoted to how we answer questions – even  the uninteresting ones. Offering a fresh perspective or providing a vivid example enlivens the exchange and will eventually create for you, more social cache.

 

Date: Wednesday, May 13th, 2020
Time: 15:00-16:00 CET
Location: Skype conference

 

More About Professor Korten:

Christopher Korten completed a Master’s at Cambridge (2000) and a Doctorate at Oxford (2006) and currently holds professorships in History at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland and MGIMO University in Moscow. He is also Director of Academic Writing at MGIMO. When not teaching and writing, he is actively producing advanced English language videos on Instagram (chris.korten).

How to Join:

Please donate and register your interest via Cyber Grant:

https://ssopartners.hedani.net/idp/startSSO.ping?PartnerSpId=Cybergrants_Global&TARGET=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cybergrants.com%2Fpls%2Fcybergrants%2Fwwwuser.eg_signup_application.start_signup%3Fx_gm_id%3D5662%26x_organization_id%3D14125491%26x_source_flag%3DEGD%26x_style_id%3D%26x_event_id%3D11918399

All funds from the lecture will support our Charity of the Year partner – St. Christopher's Oncology Hospice Foundation.

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The aim of the St. Christopher’s Oncological Hospice Foundation is to provide comprehensive end-of-life care to patients and support their families.

Register, donate and join the lecture.

With support from Credit Suisse, the hospice will be able to secure access of the on premise hospice to:

-           good quality food for patients;

-           undisturbed service of medical waste utilization;

-           undisturbed service of laundry services;

-           good quality specialized cleaning services.

Project goals:  

-education on methods of working with terminally ill people and with mourners,

- promoting altruistic and open to the other attitudes in the society,

- encouraging young people to engage in practical help for suffering people,

- acquiring the funds needed for the ongoing operation of the Oncology Hospice Foundation

All we need to do is donate, join the lecture and support the Hospice.


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Zuzanna Adamczak
St Christopher’s Oncology Hospice Foundation FHO