This time, the theme of the event and the topic we discussed was ‘copywriting’ and marketing ourselves as language professionals. Our speaker was Rachel Forcella, content strategist and copywriter. Her talk was entitled “Uncovering the message to reveal the voice. How I work with entrepreneurs to help them better connect and engage with their audience and clients.”
The April 26th event was a free-to-attend Easter social gathering in the private room of a lively wine bar, a hidden little gem in Moorgate.
After Gabriella Ferenczi’s welcome and introduction, we listened to Gabriella Kovacs’ talk entitled How can language professionals utilise a coaching approach in their work?
An overview of a discussion Gabriella Ferenczi, host and organiser of Language Professionals’ Networking Event, had with internationally accredited language coach, teacher trainer Gabriella Kovacs ACC recently.
After Gabriella Ferenczi’s short welcome, we took part in an insightful thinking-together with Rakesh Bhanot, English language teaching professional. His talk was titled From DITTO to D.I.T.O.W. – Do It The Other/Opposite Way.
We kicked off the evening at City Business Library. Laura Patsko delivered a thought-provoking mini-workshop/talk on the countless ways English is spoken in the world, titled ‘An English accent that everyone can understand.’
Check out our calendar here: Language Professionals’ Networking Event is a two-fold initiative: It’s an independent monthly social gathering, non-profit, and it’s purpose is to build a community of like-minded … Continue Reading
The library has some fantastic events that may be of interest to us language professionals. In January, the legend Prof. David Crystal gave a fantastic talk on the origins of … Continue Reading Events for language professionals at the British Library
Friday 14th December 2018 was an informal Christmas social at a stunning location: Tate Modern’s 9th floor restaurant bar with spectacular views of the London skyline. We had an interesting mix … Continue Reading Our December 2018 Event: An informal Christmas social with language professionals
At the 21st November event, we listened to Simona Divisova’s insightful talk titled How to work with different cultures without getting lost in translation. Working with different cultures or in … Continue Reading Our November 2018 Event. Simona Divisova: How to work with different cultures without getting lost in translation
Over the past few years, the show was aimed more at school teachers, but this year, there are interesting talks and presentations for language professionals who work with adults. If … Continue Reading The Language Show this year
Gabriella Kovacs ACC is an ICF-credentialed language coach and business communication trainer, teacher trainer. Her mission is to add dimension to ongoing language learning practices by introducing language coaching to … Continue Reading Language Coaching Highlights – in a nutshell
At the 22nd October event, host and organiser Gabriella Ferenczi initiated an open discussion on the challenges and opportunities for language professionals, before and after Brexit. To get the energy … Continue Reading Our October 2018 Event: An open discussion on the challenges and opportunities within the language industry, before and after Brexit
After Gabriella Ferenczi’s welcome, we listened to Aina Calpe Serrats’ insightful talk: Mind, body and voice: (Re)discovering human communication. Aina is an award winning actress and voice-over artist. She explained … Continue Reading Our September 2018 Event. Aina Calpe Serrats: Mind, body and voice: (Re)discovering human communication
On the last Wednesday night of August, this lovely bunch of fellow language enthusiasts met at the first informal Language Professionals Networking Event. We talked all things teaching, coaching, translating, … Continue Reading Our August 2018 Event: Our first social with language professionals