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 linguists of all fields. And we now also offer trainings and unique workshops to those in our audience and followers who are interested in certain areas and would like to learn more.
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.