In memory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand

Skills Development Workshops

Wall Street English’s workshops are designed to help your employees with specific business skills. The workshops are half day, full day or two days and are conducted by qualified English teachers in groups of 10 students or fewer. Our goal is to deliver high impact practice based workshops where students can use what they have learned immediately in their jobs.

Presentation Skills

Are your employees confident in giving presentations in English? If not, this workshop will give them the skills to make effective and concise presentations with confidence. Wall Street English’s workshop focuses not only on the written content, but also on tone and body language. Participants will learn the structure of introductions, middles and summaries and practice delivering them. On the second day of our two day workshop they will prepare and give presentations.

Presentation Skills

English Topics include:

  • The 3 V’s of Content – Verbal,Visual, Vocal
  • The 3 C’s of the Message – Clear, Concise, Compact
  • The 3 T’s of Structure – Will Tell, Tell, Told (Opening, middle and summary)

Negotiating Skills

Whether we like it or not, negotiating is part of life, especially in the business world. Wall Street English’s workshop focuses on the language we use to make your negotiations successful (win win). We use role plays from real life situations to sharpen your negotiating skills.

Negotiating Skills

Topics include:

  • Introductions, preparation and prioritizing
  • Opening the negotiations
  • Making proposals and being diplomatic
  • Bargaining, persuading and reaching an agreement
  • Concluding the deal

Email Writing

We send and receive numerous emails every day but are your emails effective at getting your message across? Wall Street English’s email writing workshops focus on how to write clear, effective emails. With many different email topics, we can tailor a workshop to address your employee’s needs.

Email Writing

Topics include:

  • Being direct and brief
  • Describing business trends
  • Being indirect and polite
  • Internal messages
  • Openings and closings

Meetings skills

No one likes meetings, especially those that are long and unproductive. Wall Street English’s meetings skills workshop will show your employees how to make their meetings shorter and more productive. Not being prepared and not having clear objectives are the main obstacles to successful meetings. Our meeting skills workshop will give your employees the tools to remove these obstacles. This workshop also focuses on how to effectively chair and participate in meetings.

Meetings skills

Topics include:

  • Agendas and objectives
  • Opening and closing a meeting
  • The role of the chairperson
  • Stating opinions and asking for clarification