Building Enterprise English Skills

Consistent Writing Helps Your Language Speaking Skills

Facilitated by Magmasoft Pte Ltd

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  1. 145 Lorong Ah Soo #06-145, Hougang, SG, Singapore View Map

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Digital devices have opened up the world to us but sadly with it highly distracted minds have become the norm. Are our employees maximizing the use of digital technology to build confidence and capability in communication? We invite you to Join us online to enhance communication skills and more. The goal of our learning circle is to build personal confidence in communication through practice.


With writing, you’re paying attention to several things at once:

• Ideas
• Organization
• Word choice
• Authentic voice
• Sentence structure
• Grammar and spelling

Since writing is a slower process than speaking, you have more time to think how to use the words properly. With time and practice, you’ll get faster. As you’re getting better, it will be easier for you to translate those skills to your speaking practice. Your language speaking skills will improve by leaps and bounds!

You’ll be a fluent speaker of a foreign language when you pay attention to all above-listed aspects (minus the spelling) without getting confused through your speech. You’ll come to that point when things come naturally to you. The more you write, the sooner you’ll experience such progress.

Key Learnings

  • To build a habit of daily practice

  • To enhance communication skills

  • To create digital literacy

  • To appreciate collective learning

  • To stay ahead of the learning curve


> PC, laptop, tablet, mobile device plus internet (with a keyboard helpful)
> Internet access 45-60 minutes of available time daily for 4 days per week
> Skills level (basic, intermediate, advance)



Learning stakeholder


Topics and agenda

  • 1. A Warm Welcome

    Digital On boarding | 15 Minutes

    Get all participants on board and do a bit of practice

    To achieve a sense of comfort in our digitally-blended learning environment

  • 2. Setting the context

    Contextualizing | 15 Minutes

    A series of poll questions to set the context from the manager's perspective

    Gaining clarity on the why

  • 3. How it works

    Getting started | 20 Minutes

    Overview on the 6 daily steps includes the overall schedule

    Getting familiarized

  • 4. Roles and responsibilities

    Setting the expectations | 15 Minutes

    An overview on the expectations, roles and responsibilities of our stakeholders

    Knowing our role and expectations

  • 5. Principles and concepts

    Knowing the background | 15 Minutes

    A set of concepts and principles for your learning circle

    Having clarity on the background for all stakeholders

  • 6. Practice Learning (I)

    Practice |

    Daily Practice field for creating and sharing your opinion for week 1

    Creating, appreciating, curating and sharing digital content

  • 7. Practice Learning (II)

    Practice |

    Daily Practice field for creating and sharing your opinion for week 2

    Creating, appreciating, curating and sharing digital content

  • 8. Practice Learning (III)

    Practice |

    Daily Practice field for creating and sharing your opinion for week 3

    Creating, appreciating, curating and sharing digital content

  • 9. Practice Learning (IV)

    Practice |

    Daily Practice field for creating and sharing your opinion for week 4

    Creating, appreciating, curating and sharing digital content

  • 10. Review and reflection

    Giving feedback | 30 Minutes

    A place to share your thoughts, ideas and feedback on the learning experience

    To review, reflect and share

  • 11. Background

    Information sharing | 10 Minutes

    Information on learning circles, our teacher-facilitators and about us

    To gain additional clarity


Prashant Jain
CEO, Entrepreneur, Chief Architect Learning Circles

PJ is the Chief Architect of Learning Circles and creator of a Digital Facilitation Technology Platform for Content Originators. He is an American with a global background as an entrepreneur in technology and education management.

In 2002, he founded and for fourteen years successfully managed an in-residence corporate university for Japanese employees of Hitachi Corp, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Yokogawa, Panasonic and 30 global Japanese corporations. The Singapore-based company achieved $8.9M revenue at its peak and had 1,000 Japanese graduates from 25 global-skill development programs.

In the past 25 years, PJ has had pioneering leadership roles in the digital transformation of multiple industries including Pre-Press (Israeli-based Scitex Corp), Photography (Boston-based Leaf Technologies), Printing (Dutch-based Indigo Corp) and Advertising (Boston-based Engage Technologies)

Andy Brown Jr
Software Engineer at Wiztango

Manners maketh the man..

Peter Gilbert

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Magmasoft Pte Ltd

We are supported by the Lifelong Learning Council and Skills Future Singapore to pilot 'Singapore Learning Circles' a national initiative on community based learning featuring 'by the community with the community.'

We collaborate with practitioners from all backgrounds to play an active role in shaping the culture of lifelong learning in Singapore!

As part of the initiative, we assist practitioners to create a digitally-blended learning experience through learning circles.