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Ravi Shivram
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Dear Members
Pls share the ways to implement the English communication within a office - IT company.
  • The factors to motivate the employees on this.
  • The strategy to give a start to this.
Regards
Karthikeyan.V
4th May 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr. Karthikeyan
Acceptance of English as a language and a mode of communication is must to begin with. (inner meaning)
No place for emotions such as shyness, embarresment, attitude etc towards English.
Ensure that all supervisors who communicate with the co-staff or subordinates do so in English.
Be the first to start in English (even if you are hesitant, or shy) and no matter what, continue.
Most important, "think in English". Only then can we learn any language fast and in a better manner.(we all think in our regional or other languages and try to communicate / translate the same in English).
With Warms Wishes
Sandeep Janardhanan
5th May 2010 From India, Madras
Make it part of their KRA. We do that in our company and it works. If the employee does not follow the "speak english" rule in the office, show it effectively in their appraisal, and let them know why it was done so.
6th May 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr. Karthikeyan,
I am a Corporate Trainer based in Cehnnai. I tried this few years back in a corporate and found effective.
1 Form a GROUP a like minded staff who will devote time to teach English to those who need this communication skill.
2 In vantage points write down every day a New English word
with it meaning, usage , grammar etc.
3 Make an attractive badge (with your brand logo) with this line " Speak to me in English OR Talk to me in English. ( Make this compulsory for the staff who needs to improve, and send a circulate to other staff to communicate to these people only in English.
4 Monitor the progress. select a team who will do this.
5 Start with spoken skill first.
6 Give credits or Marks and a pat or two... to those who has shown improvement announce this in your news letter etc.
7 Kick start this Mission with a budget and invite a trainer!
All the best.
Regards
Ravi shivram
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6th May 2010 From India, Madras
Hi,
This is Dr.Muralikrishna, a communication English ,soft and Management skills trainer from chennai. your wish will be fulfilled once your employees get themselves trained. for further info.contact 09952923392 or mail .
with regards
Dr.Muralikrishna
6th May 2010 From India, Mumbai

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Dear Ravi
From the point number three from your input, Why can't the same badge weared by the Heads & Sr.Executives, so that the executives down the line has to communicate with their superiors only in english.
The higher ups can be an role model to all.
Waiting to know your views.
Regards
Karthikeyan.V
6th May 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear Karthikeyan
One way is to start a 'toastmasters club' at your organization. I heard that there are quite a lot of clubs in India, where organizations like Infosys etc are taking an active part. For details, please visit Toastmasters International - Home.
ZJ
6th May 2010 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Dear Karthikeyan, If you can get the cooperation of these HODS and Sr Executives nothing like it!!! Regards Ravi shivram
7th May 2010 From India, Madras
These are all positive steps and I believe it will guide many others who are facing the problem.
15th May 2010 From India, Ahmadabad
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