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:
International Management English provides comprehensive training in all of the above areas alongside the language needed to carry them out successfully. International Management English consists of four titles covering key aspects of international business operations. Each book in the series consists of eight units, with every unit offering four distinct sections:
In addition, each title in the International Management English Series provides:
Hello, I’m Jackie Black. I have been the training manager at York Associates, a language and communication training company, for the last three years but have also enjoyed being a member of the training team there for almost 23 years. In parallel, I have a very different role as a director of our family-run delicatessen and catering company in York.
Bob Dignen is a director of York Associates. He specialises in delivering intercultural training and international team seminars. He offers coaching to international project leaders and is available to facilitate project (kick-off) meetings and run team-building events. He is also available as a keynote speaker for project meetings / management events / professional conferences.
I’m Steve Flinders. I’m a freelance trainer, writer, consultant and coach.
I was born in the UK and read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at university though I probably spent as much time there swimming as studying. I then took a gap decade, working as a volunteer in a school in Pakistan, living in (what was then) a remote part of SW Ireland, getting a teaching
I am currently a director of York Associates in York, UK responsible for operational management and change.
I was brought up in the South of England and rural Mid Wales and then moved to Scotland to study at the University of Glasgow. Although I spent my formative years within the UK, I was already learning about the great differences of opinion about our history and the