WITH MORE IMPACT,
PRECISION, AND EFFICIENCY.
What if your employees could write emails not only with more impact, but also faster?
This translates into saving hours of labour each week, while also enhancing your team's effectiveness.
English Mobility is driven to save you time and money by helping your company communicate better.
One-on-one or group coaching, online or at the office.
Customized sessions on writing, speaking, grammar, or business English.
Saving just 2 minutes per email can translate into hours of savings each week!
Imagine what you and your employees will do with the extra time.
FOR BUSY PROFESSIONALS
Learn on the fly!
Classes can be as short as 5 minutes using English Mobility's innovative methods!
Plus, inquire about writing and email tips whenever you need them, 24/7.
Diagnosis of communication inefficiencies at your company.
A roadmap for how your company can save money by communicating better.
Assessments of job candidates' email efficiency and error-rates to help HR make a more informed decision.
DATA METRICS &
At a glance, monitor employees' shrinking error-rates and increasing efficiency thanks to English Mobility's innovative data metrics and progress trackers.
Invest in your employees' professional development by booking a seminar or webinar on one of our go-to topics:
Fast Writing Made Easy
5 Keys to Clear Sentences
Email Do's and Don'ts
Over the past 11 years, Eric Gellert, founder of English Mobility, has created and taught communication enhancement programs for companies big and small, including:
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Canadian National (CN)
While coaching at these and other companies, Eric developed innovative techniques to help his students progress faster and better.
Equipped with expertise in English grammar, combined with immense passion for language, Eric is able to tailor each lesson to the day-to-day, individual needs of both native-English speakers and ESL learners.
Eric graduated from McGill University in 2011 with the official designation of a First-Class Honours Degree in Philosophy, a program in which he was rigorously trained by leading scholars to write concisely and prolifically.