A one of a kind workshop. You will learn how to communicate in English with confidence - during public appearances, events, conferences or board meetings. Your teachers will be Justyna Cooper - an experienced English teacher, and Robert Socha - a journalist and communications expert.
In order to feel confident enough during the workshop, your level of English must be minimum B1 (intermediate). There will be a chance to practice in front of a camera to consolidate what you have learnt. Delicious lunch and coffee breaks are included in the price.
By the end of the workshop you will have learnt:
How to frame and deliver your message efficiently and effectively
How to choose the right English words and phrases depending on the situation, the audience and communication goals
How to meet the audience’s expectations
How to overcome public speaking anxiety
How to communicate in a crisis
How to find the sweet spot between warmth & competence
How to draft your Key Messages
How to listen properly
How to use the power of storytelling
How to make small talk with strangers
How to show that you are actively listening
How to avoid awkward silences
ABOUT THE TRAINERS
Justyna is an English teacher, a teacher trainer and a writer. After graduating from Jagiellonian University with a master’s degree in English Philology, she opened her own company, Just English. Apart from organizing in-company English courses, she also worked in Great Britain teaching international students (2013-2016). From 2018 to 2021 she was cooperating with the biggest language school in Poland, ProfiLingua, where she was responsible for recruiting teachers as well as their onboarding and professional development.
This year she published a book ‘On the Art of Language Learning’, in which she proves that language learning could and should be enjoyable. She writes a blog Anglistka z Krakowa which is devoted to British culture, especially visiting London.
Justyna is a Woman of Kraków and tries to inspire other men and women to follow their dreams.
Robert is a journalist, media strategist, and consultant. He has spent two decades in journalism. Currently runs his own creative consultancy with journalistic roots crafting strategies and delivering workshops for business clients and newsrooms.
Previously he worked as Google News Lab’s main training person for the media in the CEE region (2021-2023). Prior to joining Google he spent years at TVN where he produced dozens of investigative documentaries with significant news impact.
The 2016/2017 academic year Robert spent at Harvard University (USA) as a Nieman Fellow researching the intersection of media, law and technology, attending classes at Harvard Business School, Harvard Kennedy School of Government and MIT Media Lab.
Lawyer by education. He has authored two books.