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66일 습관의 법칙/Project No. 3: EF 온라인 영어 91

21일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 3 BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE TEAM - [Describing ways to achieve a goal]

21일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 3 BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE TEAM - [Describing ways to achieve a goal] ※ Describing ways to achieve a goal *Use words like way, method, strategy, approach and technique to describe ways to achieve a goal. Notice that these words all have roughly the same meaning. One way to build an effective team is to allow members to brainstorm project ideas. The best me..

20일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 3 BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE TEAM - [Teamwork]

[WOMAN] Yeah. Yeah, you have to have principles. You have to have a mission statement. I think that, you know, and everybody should know what they are and should make a commitment to follow those, uh, basic principles. • mission statement /ˈmɪʃn steɪtmənt/ -an official statement of the aims of a company or an organization : (기업·조직의) 강령 e.g.) The newly formed company needed a mission statement. T..

19일차. ♣ Group Class

Your voice is so tiny. • engaging /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒɪŋ/ -interesting or pleasant in a way that attracts your attention : 호감이 가는, 매력적인 e.g.) an engaging smile 매력적인 미소 Ref) [Oxford Collocations Dictionary] *Engaging is used with these nouns: personality, read, smile 1. good = nice, decent, pleasant, kind 2. difficult = tough, hard, challenging 3. strange = weird, bizarre, odd, eccentric /ɪkˈsentrɪk/ 4. int..

17일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 2 EXPLAINING YOUR COMPANY'S STRUCTURE - [Supporting an opinion]

Supporting someone's opinion When you're discussing something, the person you're talking with will use different phrases to state their opinions and seek agreement. There are a number of ways you can agree with them. Have a look at these examples. A: It goes without saying that our company is too top-heavy. B: I know exactly what you mean. A: You and I both know that we have to restructure the c..

16일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 2 EXPLAINING YOUR COMPANY'S STRUCTURE - [Proposing management strategies]

Use expressions with be, need or say to make proposals that you feel very strongly or confident about. Mutual trust is a key element. I say we require that departments communicate more frequently. Use expressions like these to make proposals more tentatively: What if we carry out an analysis? I'd like to analyze the internal and external threats first. You can use expressions with propose and su..

15일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 2 EXPLAINING YOUR COMPANY'S STRUCTURE - [Company structure]

[SICILY] The budgeting plan was quite effective last month. [JIM] I couldn't agree more. Is there anything left on the agenda? [SICILY] It's apparent the current hierarchy is the problem with communication and needs to be flattened. [SICILY] Just look at the facts. [SICILY] You and I both know the company is top-heavy. • top-heavy 1-too heavy at the top and therefore likely to fall : 상부가 너무 무거운 ..

13일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 1 DESCRIBING YOUR COMPANY'S CULTURE - [Describing corporate values]

We practice what we preach. • preach /priːtʃ/ 2-transitive, intransitive] to tell people about a particular religion, way of life, system, etc. in order to persuade them to accept it e.g.) *preach something to preach the word of God 하느님의 말씀을 전하다 He preached the virtues of capitalism to us. 그는 우리에게 자본주의의 미덕을 설파했다. *preach (about something) She preached about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. 그..

12일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 1 DESCRIBING YOUR COMPANY'S CULTURE - [Confusable verbs]

12일차. ♣ Unit 2. Corporate culture - LESSON 1 DESCRIBING YOUR COMPANY'S CULTURE - [Confusable verbs] ※ Confusable verbs Some verbs look similar and have similar, but not identical, meanings. They are often confused and used incorrectly. It may help to remember which verb takes an object and which doesn't. Lie can mean 'to recline.' It does not take a direct object. Lay can mean 'to place' or 'to ..

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