Accent Neutralisation & English Language Confidence

Accents are acceptable provided they do not obscure the meaning of what is being said.  In international relations it is vital that the accent is neutralised when speaking in English. Barriers to business exist due to deficient language skills and cultural knowledge. The development of English business language is addressed through interpretation of scripts, analysis of written vs spoken words, and slang vs colloquial language.


  • develop confidence and assertiveness
  • deal with speech blemishes such as poor pronunciation, mumbling, fast pace, soft speech
  • improve English language fluency

(6 x one-hour sessions, individual one-to-one coaching, public or corporate)