Meetings are an integral part of work life. It’s where important issues are discussed, the senior decision-makers are in attendance and you need to put yourself across positively.
However, because non-native English speakers might feel self-conscious about their English, they often remain quiet even though they are subject matter experts and undoubtedly have great ideas to offer.
Here are five tips to help non-native speakers present their ideas clearly.
Be sure to click here for our checklist for non-native English speakers, it is full of useful meeting phrases and vocabulary.
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