This summer I went back to the UK. Since the Brexit I am struggling with that. I cannot really call it home anymore because I have lived here in Germany since 1999 but it’s where my roots are, let’s put it that way. Anyway, I […]
As promised in my blog ‘Venturing out of my Comfort Zone‘ I will be sharing the teaching reminders I gained from teaching German to three English speaking expatriates in Berlin recently. The first blog post in this series talks about empathy and being on the same page/wavelength as your […]
Before I moved to Germany, most people, including my colleagues and my bosses, seemed to think that I was pretty amazingly organised. I was always juggling career and social life pretty effectively, so it seemed, volunteering at the radio station at Hammersmith Hospital, preparing for […]
Most women heading a start up have not been using their English professionally for some time now. That means that getting your message out to the millions with POWER could be a problem. Remember, you only have one chance to make a first impression.