I’m an international student from Taiwan and studying for a Master’s degree in Sculpture at Academy of Art University. My English skills were not even on the average level before we started classes, and I could only barely keep myself alive in school. Kevin has been giving me a lot of advice and helps to improve my English skills. He also was very helpful in passing the Midpoint Review. We’ve been training my grammar, writing skill, pronunciation, accent, time management, and future career and work development in our class. Kevin has not only helped me to improve my English, but also taught me to integrate into American culture, and helped me to have ability to find a good job in the future. Now I can communicate with native speakers very naturally, and I can write essays that impress the instructor. All in all, if you want to improve your English skills and also try to find a job in the U.S, Kevin is the best option you have
American Cultural Skills
How to hack the culture (and reduce your stress)
There’s no doubt that cultural differences make success harder for international people working in the US. In a recent study, 67% of foreign born workers said they felt uncomfortable with small talk and casual communication with American their colleagues.
If you feel shy and unsure how to interact socially with teammates, Omni can help.
In my 1-1 coaching sessions, you’ll learn how to:
- Engage in small talk and casual conversation
- Have fun and participate with friends and co-workers
- Build rapport the rapport and connections that can translate into better outcomes, promotions, and work satisfaction.
And for business culture you’ll learn how to:
- Contribute actively in meetings and brainstorm sessions
- Communicate directly
- Take initiative on your ideas
- Present your ideas effectively
- Show the value of your ideas and achievements
- Promote yourself and persuade others
- Overcome shyness and gain confidence