Most of my current clients are Chinese and French Nationals who have a critical need to polish their English communication skills. Executives and serious advanced students require English communications skills that are sophisticated and in line with their international commitments.
“I empathize (with my clients). Expectations are very high, and the pressures are real. Being able to clearly express oneself to a global audience in English has become an important factor in being recognized as an International Leader. These men and women represent China on the world stage. Being able to express complex ideas comfortably with their peers cannot be underestimated. ”
Many clients are able to function well with written documents; their comprehension is usually well developed. The challenge many face is presenting to a group of International Peers.
My clients are intelligent, educated people. My approach is to engage them in an active exchange of ideas, in which world events and the global corporate environment are analyzed. These exchanges can range over history/possible outcomes/risks/the world debate and positions. They are adapted to clients’ areas of interest and their drive to express ideas,,, in English.
Kevin has over 40 years of leadership experience in the development of English Education, Communication and Learning. He has been an Education Advisor and Consultant to the Ministry of Education (Quebec) and in public television in Canada for over 35 years. He has advanced presentation skills, and has developed and led master classes/workshops/ courses for Canadian Education Leaders.
He has written and produced numerous educational media productions; many designed as tools in the learning of English. They have received awards both nationally and internationally.
Université de Montréal Bachelor of Arts in Honors in English (cum laude) Montreal, Canada.
McGill University Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Education, Department of Integrated Studies in Education (1999 – 2007)
Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network, President QAHN is an organization comprised of museums, archives and historical societies. (2008 to 2013)