Monday, June 5, 2017

Reading: A Habit Worth the Expense of Time

A SHORT ESSAY ABOUT READING AND ITS BENEFITS

By: N.E.B.

In this kaleidoscopic world, many of us are trying to cope with the changes which occur around us. Technology, culture, beliefs to name a few, are the examples why people must be fully aware and be in line with such changes. For us to become in line with our society, one must be informed not only in the field of Science and Technology but also in all aspects as a whole. There are many ways for us to be informed but for me, the most effective way is reading.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Conversation Starters for Better English Skills

MASTERING COMMUNICATION FOR INTERPERSONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT

By: N.E.B.






For a non-native English speaking country, the English language is indirectly associated with a certain social class in which people see them as elite and well-educated. A status quo indeed. Despite all these, there comes a time when the feeling of awkwardness between two strangers is obvious. A dead air, if I must put it that way, impedes the very essence of communication. The suppression of communication is very dependent to what we call fear and lack of self-confidence.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

English Language - Its Effects and Values in Recruiting

THE TREND IN RECRUITING ENGLISH SPEAKING TALENTS


By: N.E.B.



I was very surprised when I was flipping through websites looking for some good articles to read. I came across with the language proficiency article and employment opportunities. It is said that 65% of recruiters and hiring managers say strong written or spoken communication skills are more important in an entry-level job applicant than their college major and strong communicators have a competitive edge (Gallo, C. -Forbes).