At the October 2015 meeting of Editors Canada’s Toronto branch, Dr. Sandra Folk from The Language Lab spoke with editors about some of the challenges non-native English speakers might have in their written communication and how editors can provide guidance tactfully and helpfully.
About Dr. Sandra Folk—Sandra is founder and president of The Language Lab, an organization specializing in improving and refining the communication skills of business executives and employees who come from a cross-section of national and international industries, including commercial real estate, finance, construction, investment, pension and trust funds, and accounting, as well as government.
We are the Toronto branch of Editors Canada — the only national association devoted to editors and the editing profession, with more than 1,300 members across the country and more than 300 in Ontario. Editors Toronto is an active, vibrant group of freelance and in-house editors who work with organizations and individuals in the corporate, not-for-profit, technical, government, digital, publishing, and academic sectors in Canada and around the world in a variety of languages. We meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month, except in June, July, August, and December, for an engaging program followed by discussion and networking opportunities.
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