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Management - Management Styles (B1-B2/a325)
A recent survey has confirmed that management styles vary by age. Brush up your vocabulary for discussing management on our Open Learning site.
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Would that it were so simple (A2-B1/v1147)
The United States and Great Britain are two countries separated by a common language.(George Bernard Shaw) Here is yet another humourous example of why many agree with Shaw's well-known quote.
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35-Year-Old Man Living Like it's 1946 (B1-B2/v932)
As current events shine a spotlight on the UK Parliament, there is renewed interest in its weird and wonderful traditions.
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Covid-19: The Future of Air Travel (B1-B2/v1145)
From sanitation portals in the airport to plastic dividers on the airplane, find out what air travel might look like as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Vegan Economy has Arrived (B1-B2/v1105)
Is Veganism just a passing trend or the beginning of a whole new industry and era? Bloomberg’s Quicktakes has a closer look at this burgeoning sector of the new economy.
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Germany's Transition to Electric Cars (A2-B1/v1106)
Germany's auto industry is facing mounting challenges amid a slowing global economy and uncertainty from Brexit.
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Another Reason to Learn English (A1-A2/v834)
This short video uses the holiday season to provide yet another good reason to learn English (or any other language for that matter).
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Behind the Moustache: The Movember Story (B2-C1/v512)
Movember is a fundraising movement focused on men’s health.  CEO and co-founder of Movember talks about the organization’s origins and objectives. (In Australia, “mo” is slang for moustache.)
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We're the Super Humans! (A2-B1/v793)
The extraordinary Para-Olympians remind us that they indeed may be the most amazing athletes, and extremely determined humans, on the planet.
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How Do You Want to Remember? (A2-B1/v498)
Children talk about different ways to remember the First World War and why it is important not to forget it.
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Treat Employees Like Customers (B2-C1/v994)
Today's companies will stop at nothing to ensure that their customer’s experience is pleasant and meaningful. But is this true about their employees?
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Meetings - Interruptions (B1-B2/a382)
Whether you’re in a meeting or a conference call, it’s sometimes difficult to make your point. Take courage and learn some key expressions for interrupting.
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Indra Nooyi - The "5 Cs" of Leadership (B1-B2/v476)
Indra Nooyi, chairman and CEO of PepsiCo talks about the qualities necessary to be a good leader.
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English for Business -  les phrases essentielles
24 essential phrases to learn by heart for working in English.
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Human resources - Work-life balance (A2-B1/a362)
A recent study by the Harvard Business Review highlighted where businesses should focus their efforts to improve work-life balance. Revise some key vocabulary on our Open Learning site.
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