In today's global business environment, inter-cultural communication has become a necessary skill. Fortunately, training can help.
Leaders today and in the future need to build global mindsets in order to break the traps of following old scripts.
The new reality is that, with all of the stressful news on the health front, we must also find ways to maintain and grow our business relationships virtually.
From developing cross-cultural communication skills to overcoming common challenges when creating global sales training initiatives, this e-book offers actionable insight so that you can create and deliver global training that drives business results.
There’s currently 350 languages spoken in the U.S. and 7,111 languages spoken around the world. However, by harnessing the power of technology, L&D professionals can bridge language barriers in global training programs and set learners up for success.
Rapid globalization has resulted in record numbers of businesspeople who interact daily with individuals from significantly different cultures. This reality has created an acute need for organizations to become more cross-culturally competent.
With an increased interest in attracting and retaining employees and, in general, encouraging them to want to stay, there’s been a lot of enthusiasm for the topic of gratitude.