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Timothy Douglas from Lancaster University has learnt multiple languages and used his language skills to benefit his scientific career. In this episode of Communication Matters he talks with James Webber about the magic of using language to connect with people; why universities which adapt their use of English can gain an advantage in attracting international students; and why native English speakers are very much in the minority.
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Paola Natalucci is a Neurolanguage Coach®, copywriter, language nerd and intercultural explorer. In this episode of Communication Matters she talks with James Webber about the challenges of living and working in a second language and how native English speakers can learn to help.
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Craig Shim is an intercultural consultant who advises the Australian Government's Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, foreign embassies, various United Nations agencies, and multinational corporations including Air New Zealand, Boeing, BP, Nike, PepsiCo, and Mastercard. In this episode of Communication Matters, Craig talks with James Webber about cross-cultural understanding and commercial success; language, culture and Global English.
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Giulia Ciammaichella is the CEO of the TV production and coordination company Link Japan. In this episode of Communication Matters, Giulia talks with James Webber about switching between Italian, Japanese and English; communication pressures in live broadcasts and ice-skating with an Olympic Gold medallist.
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Taka Shikano has pioneered Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives at Fortune 500 companies. In this episode of Communication Matters he talks with James Webber about the importance of including people who speak English as a second language in DEI policies and how native English speakers can be supportive.
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David Cabezas Ferreras left his job as a CEO and learnt English whilst working in London. After studying further at university he founded Learning Mindfully, providing communication coaching to individuals and businesses. In this episode of Communication Matters he talks with James Webber about how native English speakers can improve the way they communicate; the theory of non-violent communication and how to be a more empathetic communicator.
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Justyna Rogers is a Business English Communications Coach from META Consultancy with 18+ years international experience. In this episode of Communication Matters she talks with James Webber about how communication can get worse when native speakers join a conversation; why shouting the same words again and again doesn't help people understand you; and the value of simplicity (Keep It Simple, Stupid!)
Clara Zimban is an international student from France who has studied in British and American universities. In this episode of Communication Matters she talks with James Webber about why it can be hard for international students to participate in class and how university lecturers can communicate better.
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Gülbin Özdemir Altıgöz is a language teacher and researcher who was voted "the most inspiring teacher of the year" in Turkey in 2022. In this episode of Communication Matters she discusses with James Webber why Americans, Australians and the British are sometimes surprisingly hard to understand; how empathy can help native English speakers communicate successfully; language, self-esteem and the growth mindset.
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COMMUNICATION MATTERS
IMPROVING INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION
“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place” George Bernard Shaw
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Giulia Ciammaichella is the CEO of the TV production and coordination company Link Japan. In this episode of Communication Matters, Giulia talks with James Webber about switching between Italian, Japanese and English; communication pressures in live broadcasts and ice-skating with an Olympic Gold medallist.
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Full episode:
Craig Shim is an intercultural consultant who advises the Australian Government's Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, foreign embassies, various United Nations agencies, and multinational corporations including Air New Zealand, Boeing, BP, Nike, PepsiCo, and Mastercard. In this episode of Communication Matters, Craig talks with James Webber about cross-cultural understanding and commercial success; language, culture and Global English.
Paola Natalucci is a Neurolanguage Coach®, copywriter, language nerd and intercultural explorer. In this episode of Communication Matters she talks with James Webber about the challenges of living and working in a second language and how native English speakers can learn to help.
Timothy Douglas from Lancaster University has learnt multiple languages and used his language skills to benefit his scientific career. In this episode of Communication Matters he talks with James Webber about the magic of using language to connect with people; why universities which adapt their use of English can gain an advantage in attracting international students; and why native English speakers are very much in the minority.
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Full episode:
Taka Shikano has pioneered Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives at Fortune 500 companies. In this episode of Communication Matters he talks with James Webber about the importance of including people who speak English as a second language in DEI policies and how native English speakers can be supportive.
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David Cabezas Ferreras left his job as a CEO and learnt English whilst working in London. After studying further at university he founded Learning Mindfully, providing communication coaching to individuals and businesses. In this episode of Communication Matters he talks with James Webber about how native English speakers can improve the way they communicate; the theory of non-violent communication and how to be a more empathetic communicator.
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Justyna Rogers is a Business English Communications Coach from META Consultancy with 18+ years international experience. In this episode of Communication Matters she talks with James Webber about how communication can get worse when native speakers join a conversation; why shouting the same words again and again doesn't help people understand you; and the value of simplicity (Keep It Simple, Stupid!)
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Clara Zimban is an international student from France who has studied in British and American universities. In this episode of Communication Matters she talks with James Webber about why it can be hard for international students to participate in class and how university lecturers can communicate better.
Full episode:
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Gülbin Özdemir Altıgöz is a language teacher and researcher who was voted "the most inspiring teacher of the year" in Turkey in 2022. In this episode of Communication Matters she discusses with James Webber why Americans, Australians and the British are sometimes surprisingly hard to understand; how empathy can help native English speakers communicate successfully; language, self-esteem and the growth mindset.