Our communication lessons help tech professionals perform at their best.

Our coaches help learners hone the English language and communication skills they need to become rockstars at their jobs and take off in their careers – from running an agile scrum to delivering a crowd-pleasing presentation. In the meantime, our Learner Success Managers help them stay on track with customized roadmaps and personal support.

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Onboarding is easy.

Because of our light-weight online platform, our learning program can be deployed quickly and easily to teams of any size and learners in any location. When learners sign up, they are paired with an expert coach within minutes.

You'll see real results.

Coaches simulate real-world situations during lessons and assign action steps to try out on the job. As a result, workplace performance improves from the get-go, and our hands-on support ensures that momentum continues.

Our platform makes learning (and managing) easier.

Our matching algorithm pairs professionals with coaches who specialize in the exact communication skills they want to develop while our Bird’s Eye View Dashboard keeps managers in the loop.

Chart your own path.

Professionals can choose to co-create learning goals with their coach. These goals typically evolve and grow over time, and they can adapt their lesson plans to reflect that.

Or choose a skill focus.

We cover skills categories: culture, interpersonal, leadership, presentations, pronunciation and writing. Professionals can sign up to focus on one of them for 6 or 12 weeks at a time.

Our qualified coaches go above and beyond.

Our coaches have an average of 5 years of teaching experience and 5 years of work experience in industries relevant to our learners. Some have TOEFLs, some have PhDs. All light up the screen and invest fully in their learners.

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Here's a snapshot of the learning process.

  • Yu is in a meeting. He has a great idea, but before he can figure out how to phrase it, the topic changes. Afterwards, his manager says he’d like to hear him speak up more.
  • Yu starts taking online lessons with Ann. After he shares his short and long-term goals with her, they decide to start by focusing on how to give a great presentation.
  • Ann and Yu practice one-on-one, where he doesn’t have to worry about making mistakes. He gains confidence while she corrects his pronunciation and explains idioms along the way.
  • Yu goes to another meeting, and again has a great idea. This time, he presents a project update, using a phrase Ann taught him to express an idea succinctly. His manager smiles.
  • Yu tells Ann that he feels more confident at work and he’s excited to collaborate with his team. She congratulates him and recommends another relevant task tied to group presentations.
  • Because they are getting to know each other better, Yu begins to trust Ann more. When she tells him she thinks he's ready to try his hand at presenting at a big conference. He decides to go for it.

Better communication matters.

  • 90% of managers in a recent pilot saw a direct impact on job performance
  • 87% of learners feel the program is a valuable use of their time
  • 85% of learners find the coursework relevant to their career growth