Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

(a) people person

a people personpeople person
1) used to describe someone who is likeable and popular
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    • I enjoy his company, he's a real people person.
  • Analysis
    'A people person' is someone who is likeable, easy to get on with and who enjoys being with other people. A 'people person' is good at making connections and building relationships quickly. You will hear this phrase used to describe people in social and professional contexts. You can also use it to describe yourself in situations like an interview. This phrase has a very positive connotation.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. John has so many friends. He's such a people person.
    2. You should meet Stacey. You'll get on with her. She's a real people person.
  • Professional Examples (Advance)
    1. I'd like to propose sending Gerard to the Networking event. He's such a people person, so he's bound to come back with some great new contacts.
    2. For this position, we need someone who is a people person. They will be spending a considerable amount of time with clients.
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