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.
The forces driving globalization have blurred borders and changed the context of our lives, both at and outside of the workplace. We used to live in a comfort zone of local and national perspectives; we now live eyeball-to-eyeball with everyone on Earth.
It’s more important than ever for organizations to make sure their employees can communicate professionally in English and other major business languages.
A young tech start-up from Paisley, Scotland, seems set to disrupt the world of digital learning translation as it launches a new rapid eLearning translation system this month.
Globalization may be dramatically transforming our businesses into international powerhouses, but there are a few aspects that are stubbornly staying the same, including leadership development programs.
An increasing number of learning and development (L&D) professionals are struggling to find a good balance between their global L&D initiatives and their local and business unit operations.
Globalization and technological advancements are transforming the traditional classroom environment. Organizations are doing away with the hour-long talking-head training sessions and the evolution of the classroom has become a hybrid of sorts.