Hi,
I am working as Purchase Manager in MNC since last 10 years out of my 17years experience. Since last 2-3 years I am trying to move out (changing Job) & for that I have gave interview in few companies. But even after having 3-4 successful round of interview I have not been selected in final round of interview with the feedback of communication problem.
Hence need your expert advice What can I do to improve communication. How come I overlap my issue.

From India,

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Hi

I am sure you have rich experience and are a competent professional.

However, if I were to analyze your brief written communication above, I note some glaring errors.

The title of your post says Need to work out on my weekness - English Speaking. The spelling is wrong. It should be weakness.

You are missing out on the articles a, an, the in your communication. E.g. I am working as a Purchase Manager… Since the last 10 years…..

In the last sentence the word overlap is wrongly used. I presume you wanted to say overcome and not overlap.

There are some more minor errors in the above draft.

The point I am emphasizing is that you need to take some major corrective action inorder to overcome your weakness in communicating in English.

My suggestions for the same are as under:

• Identify a personal tutor or go for a Basic English Language course. Thereafter, if possible also go for intermediate English classes.

• Try and talk in English as often as possible. You must also make friends with people who are fluent in English and encourage them to correct your language so that you can speed up the learning process.

• Draft all your communication in Word so that some grammar and spelling mistakes are highlighted and you correct them. Do take the help of a colleague to proof read and edit your written communication. You will become aware of your mistakes.

• Read extensively. If you have any doubts about the meaning of a word do use a dictionary to understand the meaning.

• Be careful when you translate your thoughts from your native tongue into English. Most people who have studied in the vernacular medium make the mistake of literally translating into English.

• Do try to learn a few new words every day. Use it as often as possible so that you get familiar with its meaning and usage. It will also help you expand your vocabulary.

If interested do read my Inspirational and Motivational blog www.actspot.wordpress.com to get additional inputs for personal effectiveness as well as to catch up on new words.

No doubt it will take you both time and effort, but you will definitely benefit from the experience.

Best Wishes

From India, Mumbai
Hi Vinod Rane,
Mr Jacob has already given his first lessons to you to start in right earnest.
Read that message carefully.
There are plenty of useful materials in Cite HR archives.
Browse by typing" English Speaking " in the 'search' box that you find above.
You will get a lot of useful references.
I have attached one more for your reference
Goodluck
V.Raghunathan

From India

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Thanks Mr. Jacob & Mr. Raghunathan.
Your suggestions will help me to improve. I will proceed with your suggestions & try to overcome my weakness.
I humbly request to all others to reply their views & suggestions on my Post, those will helpful for me to progress.
Also, please share the useful study material with me, if you have any.
Once again Thanks to All.

From India,
Dear Rane,
Since you are working you may not be able to attend classes and if you are interested you can contact Mr Ezhil, at mobile number +91-99526 60402, who can train you over phone.
M Venkatraghavan

From India, Selam
Sure, I had word with Mr. Ezhil & he asked me to call after 1.30 PM today. Thanks Venkatraghavan.
From India,

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