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Did you know that it’s the end of the road for the Alpha male corporate animal like legendary General Electric CEO Jack Welch?
There’s no place for a Caesar type figure in modern organisations. The manager who runs his department like a king and takes all decisions himself is now dead. Long live Post Heroic Leadership.
Are you planning to study in the UK or another English-speaking country? If the answer is ‘yes’ then your chosen university will usually ask you to prove your level of English. Find out more about a new way we can help you to do this: our PTE Academic course.
So, did you have a good Easter? Did you follow Jon’s advice to get out of the city? I spent the long weekend in Cornwall, visiting The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan. I have to admit, coming back to London after a few days in the countryside can seem a little unappealing at times. But three things I never get bored of in London are its parks, markets and museums. This week I’ll be giving you some useful language for strolling around markets.
In the latest post in our on-going series on learning through technology, this week we’re taking a look at the new English Grammar in Use app, one of the most recognisable English language learning titles out there.
Categories: Learning Through Technology
Following my post on crosswords last year, I thought I’d share another recent addiction of mine with you. I have recently discovered a word game available on smart phones or online. It’s called Words With Friends ® Zynga
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