Group Training

Group Training

Successful Teams Train Together!

Sales Teams

Product Teams

Project Teams

English Fluency Groups

On boarding groups

Why Train in Groups?

Clients say.....

Get real-world language and communication practice  

Build relationships among employees and improve work output

Discover the obstacles experienced by staff in relation to engagement 

Create best practice guide for good communication 

Develop supports for employees struggling with language issues

Small Group Training

is available to any group operating as a multilingual team or in related roles to benefit from interacting across the group, discussing team/role related issues as well as skilling up in fluency and language specifics. Talk to me to create a series of sessions to suit your requirements.

Interactive Workshops

English Communication Skills Development

What is it? 

A series of workshops organised around the needs of employees to improve their communication through interactive exercises that engage both language and soft skills, such as making Presentations, Q & A sessions, Case Studies/Meetings, describing technical issues, selling services/solutions.

Who is it for?

  • On boarding new hires (e.g. blend language and presentation training)
  • Employees who have had one-to-one English training and wish to continue developing their skills with peers
  • Any employee who may have communication obstacles in their role
  • May also be organised around a  Project Team early in the project to iron out communication issues


Topics would be customised according to the requirements of each group. Facilitator and peer feedback would be important elements of the training, as well as self-feedback via recordings.

Intercultural Engagement

What is it? 

A series of workshops organised for employees who would benefit from Language, Communication and Cultural Awareness training in order to fully carry out their role and to support those struggling with cross cultural differences. These workshops are an opportunity for employees at different levels of competence in English to establish together good communication practices that enable all to fully engage in the workplace and contribute to the overall success of their teams. There are many ways in which the fluent speaker can support better communication if they are aware of common language difficulties, their own pace, use of local phrases etc and best alternatives. 

Who is it for?

The group could be a Project Team, a group of new hires (first and second language English speakers) and mentors. The benefit of group work in this case is the inclusion of all relevant parties in the workshops. Specific workshops could also be organised for a group of managers who would like to learn more about Intercultural Engagement. 


The format would be facilitated interactive exercises designed to Inspire & Engage, Support Language Development, Identify Communication difficulties in the Group, Discover how to Overcome them, Explore Factors Contributing to Isolation/ Disengagement, Foster Diversity and Inclusion (collaboration with expert)   

Benefits of our Workshops

For those who speak English as a first language

  • Time saved on misunderstandings 
  • Better team work 
  • Understanding how best to support/engage staff 
  • Awareness of your role in the communication loop

For those who speak English as a second language

  • Skills integration through active engagement practics
  • Support from co-workers
  • Greater comfort engaging with leads and colleagues
  • Awareness of biggest blocks to clear communication