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DenizBank

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DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

A large number of staff from the Turkish Bank, DenizBank, (deniz meaning sea in English), attended one of three,  three hour presentation I gave at their wonderful academy facilities in Şişli a district in Istanbul. My presentation was part of a larger course they were attending.

I had worked with a number of DenizBank staff before, when they attended a course called “Learn English with NLP“, given by a previous company I worked with (see Category Archives headed English Courses in the left hand column). I provided the NLP portion of the training. The course to learn English lasted nine days, from 9am until 9pm. I had three sessions with the attendees, in the morning 9am till 9:45am, at lunch time from 1:30pm until 2pm, and then in the evening from 6pm until 6:45pm.

Each of the three presentations given in DenizBank’s Şişli academy had nearly three hundred attendees, and I covered three aspects of NLP for them to understand and learn from. What are the anchors they are giving to fellow staff members and to customers, what impressions are they leaving people? What feedback do they give others? How to stay strong with MustaphaAntonio or Fred.

Under the spot lights on the stage it was hot, and time just slipped by so quickly, but my timing was spot on. I had been given exact times to start and finish, as the attendees had other presentations to catch.

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

Phillip Holt with translator Arzu at DenizBank seminar

 

 

 

 

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

Demonstrating an NLP technique

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

 

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

Phillip Holt works with attendees at DenizBank seminar

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

DENİZBANK Presentation, Istanbul

My Turkish Translators

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Asuman Yildirim

I love the work I do, in all the countries I visit I find such warmth from the people.

I cannot do my work without translators, in those countries which are non English speaking as their native language. Those that I have worked with have proven the best, and with all, I remain amazed at their abilities, their stamina, the love of their chosen profession.

Hear are a few of my translators in Turkey:-

Asuman Yildirim

Asuman Yildirim

Arzu Ozen

Arzu Ozen

Zümrüt Demirel

Zümrüt Demirel

Halil Ibanoglu

Halil Ibanoglu

Aylin Mutlu

Aylin Mutlu

Deniz Merdivan

Deniz Merdivan

I woudld recommend all of my Turkish translators I have worked with throughout the years.