Each unit of Intelligent Business opens with a dramatic image
illustrating a business concept. For example, the image below
represents ‘fat cats’ – CEOs
and top senior executives are sometimes referred to as fat cats because
of the enormous pay packages and rewards they
are offered when joining a company.
As a lesson warmer, ask your students to come up with alternative
images that could illustrate the same concept.
Why not use this with Intelligent Business Intermediate
Coursebook Unit 4 ‘Fat Cats’ or Unit
2 ‘Terrorising the Talent’?
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