Cover International Management English Series: Managing Change B2-C1 978-3-12-501333-9
B2 - C1
International Management English Series: Managing Change B2-C1

Coursebook with Audio CD

ISBN 9783125013339 | Pages 120
Managing Change deals with the challenges facing those who are having to lead others through changes in their working life. It covers all aspects of change management, from communicating the need for change through to dealing with objections and bringing all those affected through as a coherent team.
Managing Change contains eight units, focusing on:
- Change happens
  - Why change?
- Communicating change
- Overcoming resistance
- Influencing people
- Developing change leaders
- Evaluating and measuring
- Cultural shifts
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International Management English

A ground-breaking series developed by York Associates, who have been preparing professionals for international work for over 30 years.

Research shows that, in order to operate and communicate successfully in the ever-more-connected world of international business, managers need a blend of the following skills to be effective communicators:

  • Relevant language skills