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English for management1

  1. 1. ByP.m. YotaPayuttoEnglish forManagement
  2. 2. IntroductionManagement Meaning Man) Money) Material)(Machine) Method)Management) 6M’s Ricky W.Griffin, 1999, p.6) “Management”2545, 18-19) “ ” (Administration)
  3. 3. MANAGEMENT MEANINGPlanning) Organizing)Leading/Directing)Controlling)6 M’s)ManagementA set of functions)(Efficient)(Cost-effective)Effective)Right decision)
  4. 4. MANAGEMENT PROCESS1) Planning)(Proactive)Reactive)Decision Making)2) Organizing)WorkSpecialization)Delegating Authority)Job Description)
  5. 5. Management ProcessOrganizationStructure)Span of Control)Chain of Command)Functional)Divisional)Strategicbusiness unit)Matrix)3)Leading/Directing)
  6. 6. Management Process 4Standard)Measurement)(Comparison) Take Action)(John R. Schermerhorn, op. cit. p.327) 4(Stephen P.Robbins, Managing Today, 1997, p.391)
  7. 7. Human Resources Vocabularies (HR.)
  8. 8. English Vocabularies forManagement ProjectDefine the scopeproject scope scopeEstablish a timelineSpecify target outcomesDetermine necessary outputstargetoutcomesPut a project team togetherRecord milestones Milestones
  9. 9. English Vocabularies forManagement ProjectSet a budget costProduce deliverablesExecute risk management
  10. 10. Seminar in English Classroom, U-Shape, Meeting Board, Theatre, Reception, O-Shape , Moon-Shape Executive Staff Chief
  11. 11. 5I – IntroductionsII - Reviewing Past BusinessIII - Beginning the MeetingIV - Discussing ItemsV - Finishing the Meeting
  12. 12. OpeningWelcoming and IntroducingStating the Principal ObjectivesGiving Apologies for Someone Who isAbsentReading the Minutes (notes) of the LastMeetingDealing with Recent DevelopmentsMoving ForwardIntroducing the Agenda(Program)
  13. 13. Introducing the FirstItem on the AgendaClosing an ItemNext ItemGiving Control tothe Next ParticipantSummarizingFinishing UpSuggesting andAgreeing onTime, Date andPlace for the NextMeetingThankingParticipants for
  14. 14. 3. Getting theChairpersons AttentionGiving OpinionsAsking for OpinionsCommentingAgreeingDisagreeingAdvising andSuggestingClarifyingRequesting Information Asking for RepetitionAsking for ClarificationAsking for VerificationAsking for SpellingAsking forContributionsCorrecting InformationKeeping the MeetingOn Target(time, relevance, decisions)
  15. 15. Work Presentation in EnglishGood morning, ladies and gentlemen. It’sa pleasure to be with you today. Myname’s……….., and I’m in charge ofcorporate finance at our headquartershere in Had Yai. We are heretoday………………to review some figuresand to outline financial strategy over thenext five years. So what I intend to do isto break down this presentation into threeparts: first, the financial review;second, the options facing us; andfinally, the strategy I propose. If you have
  16. 16. Words for Speaking 1. I’m delighted2. I take care3. Devide4. Sections5. Don’t hesitate6. A chance
  17. 17. Oral Communication Skills forEffective Presentations1.Introductions
  18. 18. Outlining the Structure of the TalkToday / I’m going to / look at / threemain areas..I’m going to divide this presentationinto three main sections.If you have any questions, I’ll be gladto answer them at the end of thepresentation.
  19. 19. Introducing a New Point/ SectionMoving on now to / lookat….. / consider… / my nextpoint… Having looked to…, / I’d now like tomove on to…. / let’s nowconsider…
  20. 20. Concluding a point/sectionSo , you can see that….. To summarize my point,… Moving away from…to consider… Let’s now look at adifferent / example / topic /subject .Changingfocus
  21. 21. Introducing an Example For example, For instance, To take ( just) one example,…….Referring to Visual Aids If you look at this / OHT / now you cansee…. / slide / / graph / / table / / picture /To illustrate thispoint, have a look at this/table /chart /diagramYou can see from this /chart / that/table //diagram /In this / chart /you can see…Look at this / table / itis clear that…
  22. 22. Concluding and summarizing In summary,………. Inconclusion,…….. Tosummarize,……. To sum up/ whatI’ve been saying…. To conclude/ whatI’ve been saying…. By way ofconclusion, I’d liketo………So,………I hope this presentation has/provided / some usefulinformationI hope thispresentation has /given you /some issues to think aboutI hope thispresentation has /given you /some help with….I hope thispresentation has /given you / aninsight into….I’d like to concludeby…….Thank you for /yourattention.Thank you for/listening.Thank you for /your
  23. 23. Inviting Questions Now, if anyone has many questions, I’d pleased toanswer them. Does anyone have any / questions? Does anyone have any / comments? What questions do you have?Dealing with Questions Perhaps I can answer that by / referring to…. Perhaps I can answer that by / looking at… I’m not quite sure about that, but I’llthink about it and get back to you. What does everyone else think?
  24. 24. Reading for Topic, Reading for MainIdea, Reading for DetailsMind in Questions“ ”“ ” “ ” “ ” “ ” WhyWhatWhenHowWhere
  26. 26. News Form for Reading andUnderstanding Reading Skill EnglishVocabulary1.2. NewsForm3.4.5.6. main subject mainverb
  27. 27. News Form)3
  28. 28. •front page•headline•classifieds•editor•journalistthe press•circulation•Readersreadership•paparazzi•scoopget the scoop•breakingnews
  29. 29. amst.ans.adadvtaccta/cACamountansweradvertisementadvertisementaccountaccountAir-Conditioning
  30. 30. CV & Resume/ Application later