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In this video, Sir. Naeem highlights the areas of brain that speed up learning. He also talks about the relatively new subject, 'Brain Plasticity' to reveal that human brain is not fixed and it can be changed.

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Learning and Brain Plasticity


In this day and age, universities and colleges are trying to stuff maximum information and knowledge in the minds of their students and calling it education. They hardly build any practical skill that will help them in their career; therefore, graduates find it very hard to search and land a job. 
Most of the graduates are not employable and those who are employable don’t have employability skills so they can get the job they need or deserve.
Personal Branding
People like brands. Similarly, companies like to hire people with personal branding. Personal Brand is nothing but a way to control what other people think about you anywhere anytime. It happens in the way you speak, write, dress, meet, and behave. A professionally written CV and properly conducted Interview reveal your personal brand.

Job Search and Research
Start your search with your strengths and weaknesses. Find out what strengths you have that will benefit others and what weaknesses you have that will stop you from getting a job or keeping it. Research your industry that you want to go into. What trends, changes and developments are going on. Why you chose that industry. Once you know what you want and you don’t want and then you searched the industry where you are going, next is the time to connect your resume and letter to the same. As a job hunter, you need to research and determine:
  • Which are your marketable skills?
  • Which industries/companies should you target that use those skills?
  • What are the specific needs of each company in your target market?
  • Who is in a position to hire you in those companies?
  • What is the best way to approach them? Your research will determine the way you approach people.
Never apply for a without proper research about the company that offers the job.
What is a CV?
A CV is a marketing and branding tool and the only purpose of a CV is to get you the interview. Never write one and the same resume and covering letter. Create multiple resumes and letters to target each prospective employer. A Resume or CV is normally sent with a cover letter. If CV is like a brochure, cover letter is your sales letter that sells your skills you mentioned in the CV.
CV is a marketing document that represents you and your work in your absence. It should sell and market you and your skills for the job and make you stand out from other candidates.
Job Interview
Take job interview as a kind of conversation. They will ask you some personal questions, “Tell me about yourself” or Professional questions, “Why did you leave your previous job?”. Practice these and other questions and communicate confidently during the interview.
The main purpose of a job interview is to test your communication skills and how you suit to the company and job.
  Contents of Training
  •  Learn the concept of Branding in Employability Skills
  •  Creating a BRAND-You.
  •  Writing DESIRE CVs and Cover Letters.
  •  Succeeding through Job Interviews.
  •  Learn the Art of Salary Negotiation and Personal Selling.
  •  Creating a career plan.
  •  Using Smart Searching Techniques for jobs.

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What is NLP?

NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP) is the science of running your own brain for the results you want in your life, business and family. NLP helps you understand the structure of your experience to change the experience and emotions. Our experience of the world is created by gathering information through the use of our five senses. However, each of us tends to develop a favorite mode of focus, or a modality, as it is often called.
Some people are more impacted, for example, by what they see. For others, sounds are the trigger for the greatest of life’s experiences, while for others, feelings are the foundation.
Modalities
Even within each of these modes of experience, though, there are special elements of pictures, sounds, or other sensations that can be changed in order to increase or decrease the intensity of our experience. These foundational ingredients are called sub-modalities. For example, you can make a picture in our mind and then take any aspect of that image (a sub-modality), and change it to change your feelings about it. You can brighten the picture, immediately changing the amount of intensity you feel about the experience.

They affect how you feel about virtually anything, whether you feel joy, frustration, wonder, or despair. Understanding them enables you to not only change how you feel about any experience in your life, but to change what it means to you and thus what you can do about it.

Working with Sub-modalities
If you tend to focus upon your visual modalities, the amount of enjoyment you can get from a particular memory is probably a direct consequence of the sub modalities of size, color, brightness, distance, and amount of movement in the visual image you’ve made of it. If you represent it to yourself with auditory sub modalities, then how you feel depends on the volume, tempo, pitch, tonality, and other such factors you attach to it. For example, in order for some people to feel motivated, they have to tune in a certain channel first if their favorite channel is visual, then focusing on the visual elements of the situation gives them more emotional intensity about it. For other people it’s auditory or kinesthetic channels. And for some, the best strategy works like a combination lock. First the visual lock has to be aligned, then the auditory, then the kinesthetic. All three dials have to be lined up in the right place and the right order for the vault to open.

Remember, how you feel about things is instantly changed by a shift of sub modalities. For example, think of something that happened yesterday. Just for a moment, picture that experience. Take the image of this memory and put it behind you. Gradually push it back until its miles behind you, a tiny, dim dot far off in the darkness. Does it feel like it happened yesterday, or a long time ago? If the memory is great, bring it back. Otherwise, leave it there! Who needs to focus on this memory? By contrast, you’ve had some incredibly wonderful experiences in your life. Think of one right now, one that happened a long time ago. Recall the imagery of that experience. Bring it forward; put it in front of you. Make it big, bright, and colorful; make it three – dimensional. Step into your body as you were then and feel that experience right now as if you were there. Does it feel like it happened a long time ago, or is it something you’re enjoying right now? You see, even your experience of time can be changed by changing sub-modalities.
NLP has the power to change almost any experience.

How NLP helps language learning
Motivation is the key factor in learning any language. NLP does three things to the English Language Learners:
  • It motivates learners: It changes learner's bad experience and emotions to motivate him. 
  • It changes their beliefs about language: It hits beliefs like, 'English is difficult' or I am not good at English. 
  • It creates a strategy for them to learn English fast. It creates a working method that helps the learner English fast. The strategy that NLP creates is 100% working according to the learner's model of the world.

Finally
It is not English alone; it is even with our life. The challenge is that most of us take our limiting patterns and make them big, bright, close, loud, or heavy – whichever sub modalities we’re most attuned to – and then wonder why we feel overwhelmed! If you’ve ever pulled yourself out of that state, it’s probably because you or somebody else took that image and changed it, redirecting your focus.

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Getting 7+ IELTS Bands has become a problem for most people.
And it is not their fault – the reason is simple.
They don’t know how to get started in IELTS and how to strategize for their required bands.

IELTS is an International English Language Testing System. IELTS has three versions: IELTS Academic for students, IELTS General for Immigration and IELTS LifeSkills for Spouse Visa. IELTS has four modules:




Follow simple IELTS tips

Speaking Tips
IELTS is not a test of intelligence. The main purpose of IELTS Speaking is communication. They want to test your ability to communicate so they can band you accordingly. IELTS Examiners don’t want to test your knowledge, your intelligence, your accent, your personality or your educational level. Speak fluently without stop. Don't worry about grammatical mistakes. Never give a short answer.

Listening Tips
Listening is the easiest part for most students. The first two parts are mainly focused on MicroListening which means they test your ability to understand specific items i.e. dates, names and spelling while the last two parts of Listening are focused more on MacroListening which means they test your ability to understand global aspect of listening, the main theme, situational chunk and what kind of information you can infer from the listening situation and how you can use it to answer the questions. The best way to improve listening is not to watch movies or listen to songs, the best way is to Listening to guided structured listening material that will improve critical listening skills in different aspects of the listening test. When the speaker says, "You have some time", you must read the questions and make prediction on the recording information. This will greatly improve your understanding of IELTS Listening.

Reading Tips
IELTS Reading is the most difficult for most people. The best thing to do in IELTS Reading is not to read the passage first. You should read the questions first and circle the key words and find the relevant answers in the passage. Don’t try to understand the whole passage, you never can in 60 minutes. Don't worry about vocabulary. IELTS Reading is built for keywords and synonyms. Improve your synonyms, not vocabulary.

Writing Tips:
Writing can be a challenging test. It is recommended that students should make some notes prior to writing their tasks. Most students jump into writing quickly so they end up differently. Planning in writing is crucial. Plan for 5 minutes in Task 1 and 10 Minutes in Task 2. Once you have your plan in hand, you can easily start writing and you can focus more on choice of words and sentence structure rather than coherence of ideas. Always revise your writing so you can correct any mistakes you made.


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Corporate English is the type of English that is used in the Corporate world. Excellent English is essential in organizations that communicate internationally. Improved communication skills make work teams more effective, and allow employees to achieve their goals. The fastest-spreading language in human history, English is spoken at a useful level by some 1.75 billion people worldwide—that’s one in every four of us. To help meet the demand for higher level English in the workplace, Corporate English communication skills training and evaluation are highly recommended.
NEO expertise in English language teaching equips your staff with the language to communicate confidently in a professional context that facilitates communication and performance and develop the culture of Englishnization.
Benefits of Englishnization
Three primary reasons are driving the move towards English as a corporate standard.

  • Competitive pressure. If you want to buy or sell, you have to be able to communicate with a diverse range of customers, suppliers, and other business partners. If you’re lucky, they’ll share your native language—but you can’t count on it. Companies that fail to devise a language strategy are essentially limiting their growth opportunities to the markets where their language is spoken, clearly putting themselves at a disadvantage to competitors that have adopted English-only policies. 
  • Globalization of tasks and resources. Language differences can cause a trouble when geographically dispersed employees have to work together to meet corporate goals. An employee from Pakistan may need input from an enterprise in UK or Greece. Without common ground, communication will suffer. Better language comprehension gives employees more firsthand information, which is vital to good decision making.

Thinking Patterns. The shift in using a new language automatically shifts the thinking patterns that improve communication skills leading to productive results and better performance.
Implementation of English
Change is always resisted and difficult to be implemented. There are Four Types of Employee Response when implementing English Language in the organization. Ideally, employees would fall in what I call the “inspired” category—those who are excited about the move and confident that they can make the shift. They’re optimistic and likely to embrace the challenge. But undoubtedly, some employees will feel “oppressed.” Those people don’t think the change is a good idea, and they don’t think they’ll cut it.
Frustrated employees say, “My company and I would benefit it I learned English but I don’t think I can do it”, Inspired Employee says: “I am capable of learning English and it would be good for me and my company if I did”, Oppressed Employee says, “I don’t think I am learning English and I don’t see the benefit to me or my company to learn it” and Indifferent Employee: “I can learn English but I don’t see the benefit for me or my company”.

The Solution
There are mainly three solutions to English Learning in the corporate setting.

The Leadership English.
The use of English for leaders that helps them communicate better in the global context, manage teams better and help them perform effectively. The leaders’ learning a new language helps him change his own thinking patterns when leading the team. For example, the leadership can move from Tell-Do Pattern of Leadership to Ask-Perform Pattern of Leadership. In Tell-Do Style, leaders might be using a language that commands the teams and that creates more resistance in the company. Leaders can take Ask-Perform Approach where they can engage their employees. Let’s take a simple example of a leader dealing with an employee who almost always messes up with his projects and performance, instead of saying “I want the work to be completed by 10 am tomorrow”, the leaders in Ask-Perform style can say, “Can you help me understand on how you can complete this work by 10 am tomorrow?” and then lead from that point to the whole process of completing the project.

The Team English.
Team benefits from English language more than any other pillar of organization because they always interacting with each other and also that’s where problems come up so frequently. The Team English can be helpful in dealing with conflicts and solving day-to-day job issues. For example, when the team learns to use English, it depersonalizes their emotions in communication messages. They can learn to use, “I guess”, “I am curious” or “I need help with…” rather than saying, “You are a jerk”. Learning new words can solve most of the work-place problems.

The Sales English.
You sell for a living. That’s your job, but you use English, not your first language. You know how to sell but you feel sure that because you have never had any specific English language training for sales, you could do much better. This is a customized course in English that helps you close more deals. We know that rapport is very critical in sales. Imagine a salesman speaking this to his prospect, “How are you, Dear Ali?”. What impression does it create on the prospect? – a boring and canned response. Instead, imagine the same salesman saying, “Glad to see you again, Mr. Ali”. This will show a can-do positive attitude. Words like ‘Basically or Obviously’ create a bad impact. English can be helpful when closing the sales, for example in using the Assumptive Close, “When do you want to get the goods delivered to you?”. And also dealing with objections when the client says, 'It is too expensive' and the salesman says as in, ‘I know how you feel, I felt the same way, until I found that it is actually cheaper’.

Leaders and managers can help employees move from one state to another more easily than you might expect. There are fairly simple strategies that aid the shift, typically involving some combination of a strong psychological boost and practical training. Encouragement from managers and executives—simple statements like “You can do it” or “I believe in you”—make all the difference.

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The English Language began in  5th Century. Developing in the 16th century, England spread its language around the world though conquest. One of its colonies, the U.S., continued that diffusion in the 20th century through mass media. In the 21st century, English became the first or second language in more countries than any other and by more people, only behind Mandarin Chinese. Now English stands the second most spoken Language in the world. Now, it’s the language of commerce, the language of media, the language of communication, the language of business, the language of travel and the language of diplomacy. Improving English means improving your life. English can even save your life.
English gives you knowledge 
English is the language of newspapers, the press and books and you get knowledge from these sources. English is internationally recognized. You cannot pass your exams without it so learn English.
It’s the medium of instruction all over the world.
You can communicate with People
English is the language of communication. About 1,500,000,000 people in the world speak English. Another 1,000,000,000 are learning it. Almost all great events take place in English. You can travel and communicate to the whole world. So what are you waiting for? Learn English!
English Helps your Career
If you want a good job, if you want to start a new business, if you want any technical knowledge about your business and if you want to learn new skills for your job, you need English.
To boost up your business or get new professional opportunities for success, learn English now!
Fun and Entertainment
You want some fun and entertainment or you want to learn about the culture of a country. You want to read foreign books and listen to English music or watch movies. The various translations of books, the famous Literature, novels and poetry you want to enjoy but you can’t if you don’t know English so Learn English for fun.
English is the Step to other languages
Learning English is a stepping stone to learning two language families. Germanic languages, such as German, Swedish and Dutch, are directly related to English and share vocabulary and grammar. Romance languages, such as Spanish, French and Latin, are related to English mostly through historical circumstances and offer a familiar alphabet, word roots and grammar concepts. Thus if you learn English, many other languages become easy for you to learn.
Personal Satisfaction
English is not only useful but also gives you lots of satisfaction. When you learn English, you feel good and the more you learn English, the more you enjoy it. English makes you a more powerful and happier person. It is not difficult to imagine some situations where knowing English gives you great confidence. 
English is easy to learn
English is not only the most useful language in the world. It is also one of the easiest languages to learn and to use: It has simple alphabet, its spoken expressions are easy to speak and learn, its singular and plural system is easy, it has millions of short words such as ‘car’, ‘man’ or ‘fun’. The grammatical system is much more easier than many other European languages. Further, it’s easy because English is everywhere. You can easily access English-language television, music, websites, magazines, etc. You don’t have to learn from boring textbooks. You can learn and use your English at the same time. Using your English is especially important because it increases your desire to learn.

When you follow the above guidelines, you will feel your English Power grow.
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