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Curso de Inglés para Marketing

Curso de Inglés para Marketing

Ana Karina González

Ana Karina González

Agreeing and Disagreeing

7/19
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Challenge: Compare how you used to participate in a brainstorming team session before understanding each role during the creating ideas process. Follow the Prep Guide to get ready to lead a brainwriting session. (Personalize and adapt the Prep Guide)

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My vocabulary notes
Feasibility: the possibility that can be made, done, or achieved, or is reasonable.
Acceptability: is the characteristic of a thing being subject to acceptance for some purpose. A thing is acceptable if it is sufficient to serve the purpose for which it is provided.
Desirability: the quality of being desirable.

IF DISAGREEING
I hear what you are saying, but what about…
I’m sorry to disagree with you but…
In my opinion…
I’m afraid I would have you disagree…
IF AGREEING
I think so too!
That’s a good point!
Exactly what I was thinking!

The decision tree is great tool…!!

Feasibility : factibilidad

I think that in a brainstorming I am mostly the “Maintenance” type

Class

- We have to use infographic-
- Build a Decision tree
- Risk Benefit Chart
- S.W.O.T. Analyis (Strenghts-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats)
- What if?
- Feasibility
- Aceptaibility
- Desirability
- If I disagreeing
    I hear what you are saying... but
    I think so too / That is a good point / Exactly what I was thinking

Glossary

 Feasibility = Factivilidad

Challenge Accepted: When I was the lead of my team, I recognize the roles for every member. Including me:

My positive roles:
Task-based: Do tasks for the benefits of others.

  1. Seeking and giving information from the expertise.
  2. Energizing the team: Encouraging people.

Partner #1 positive roles:
Task-based:

  1. Initiating conversations: To add more ideas.
  2. Offering new ideas: To conduct and keep brainstorming conversations up.

Partner #2 positive roles:
Task-based:

  1. Taking/sharing notes: About ideas and important aspects for everyone later on.

Maintenance:
2… Encouraging participation: Kudos for people ideas, giving compliments to keep giving ideas.

However, it came out spontaneously. Following the prep guide for brainstorming:

**1. ** We used to write on a white board about our performance and then doing the brainstorming session to improve our services. We were 3 people (small group).
**2. ** Keep the track of time for 40-minute tops.
**3. ** We kept every Saturday a brainstorming session.
**4. ** Keeping the goal, related to kick-off in our first sales.
**5. ** Encourage your partners to do the sales pitch. Makes them to be more involved.
**6. ** Do the SWOT Analysis. To work in the weakness, turning them into strengths. They can be easily action items to work on.

No one here put in their SWOT Analysis, “Covid19” as a threat.

Disagreeing with an opinion
We use these words and phrases to disagree with someone else’s point of view:

• That’s different.
• I don’t agree with you.
• However…
• That’s not entirely true.
• On the contrary…
• I’m sorry to disagree with you, but…
• Yes, but don’t you think…
• That’s not the same thing at all.
• I’m afraid I have to disagree.
• I’m not so sure about that.
• I must take issue with you on that.
• It’s unjustifiable to say that…

Agreeing with an opinion
We use these words and phrases to agree with someone else’s point of view:

• Of course.
• You’re absolutely right.
• Yes, I agree.
• I think so too.
• That’s a good point.
• Exactly.
• I don’t think so either.
• So do I.
• I’d go along with that.
• That’s true.
• Neither do I.
• I agree with you entirely.
• That’s just what I was thinking.
• I couldn’t agree more.

General Point of View
We use these words and phrases to express a point of view that is generally thought by people:

• It is thought that…
• Some people say that…
• It is considered…
• It is generally accepted that…

Personal Point of View
We use these words and phrases to express a personal point of view:

• In my experience…
• As far as I’m concerned…
• Speaking for myself…
• In my opinion…
• Personally, I think…
• I’d say that…
• I’d suggest that…
• I’d like to point out that…
• I believe that…

When taking a decision:

Feasibility: Is this possible to be done?
Acceptability: Is this going to be accepted by our customers? ( do not forget that they are who we work for) .
Desirability: Is this something desirable that people will want? and will this speak to our audience?

Agreeing and disageeing and bening respectful while doing it. Super important.

Those are exactly the phrases that I was looking for. The what if … ? is a potential tool combine with the decision tree.

I just attach this infography.

Feasibility: It tefers to how easy or difficult is to do something. It's an assessment of the practicality of a proposed project or plan. Acceptability: It has to do with something that is socially Ok.. Or within the field of what is appropriate. Desirability: It keeps users engaged at the beginning, attracting them to interact with the products and finds its usability.
AGREE: I think so! I couldn't agree more! You're absolutely right I see your point That's a good idea 👍 DISAGREE: That's no the way I see I don't entirely agree with you I'm afraid I disagree I tend to disagree with that idea ☝️

That’s right, even if it’s old the SWOT still works in the same way as in the old days

Thank you so much. I’m enjoying the lessons. 😃