Global companies rely on clear communication to work across departments, geographic borders and languages. Join us for this Product Showcase to learn the real-world business impact that language training can have on your organization.
African companies seeking to drive sustained high performance have the unique opportunity to define the future of work and use the underlying themes as differentiating factors on how they attract, identify, develop and deploy their talent.
Cross-cultural training poses a myriad of challenges for instructional designers and facilitators beyond what they encounter on domestic initiatives. In cross-cultural learning environments, people bring different values and viewpoints based on their
Global talent trends have cascading implications for L&D organizations as they determine how to support their businesses on a global scale.
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A high standard of spoken English is a key commodity in contact centers and shared services, but achieving this standard can be a challenge in offshore operations, where customer service representatives speak English as a second or even third language.