To support individual ESL clients as well as companies in Seattle, Bellevue, and Redmond with international employees, we offer 3 kinds of services:
For international employees who need to quickly increase their English fluency, Estrella provides customized training that results in improved work communication and relationships.
For those who need to make formal or informal presentations, Estrella coaches them to tailor their message for an American audience to increase effectiveness in delivery.
For those who are preparing for interviews, Estrella helps them to build confidence so they can convey ease and clarity.
Support for Family Members of International Employees
If your company recently relocated families to the Seattle, Bellevue, or Redmond area, the spouses of your employees probably need a new support network here. This is especially true for stay at home spouses not yet working or driving.
Estrella connects family members with the new community to ease their transition, so spouses find new friends and resources more quickly and adjust to their new life more smoothly.
Build Sense of Community
Innovative companies are looking into creating a sense of community among employees. Estrella facilitates group discussions for those who want to learn about other cultures. This kind of sharing increases connectedness and morale among employees, often contributing to retention and additional workplace satisfaction.
Email us with your questions. Even if you don’t know if this is the right service for you, write and discuss your English concerns and cultural transition needs with us. If we can’t help you, we can refer you to someone who can.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like support adjusting to life in Seattle, feel free to send us an email and discuss your needs. Sometimes it helps to just talk it over with someone. Together, we can help you explore what steps to take next. If we are unable to help, we will look for someone who can. Email us at email@example.com.
Remember, many have been in your shoes before.
You are not alone.