As organizations become more global, intercultural understanding becomes more crucial. Technology is connecting people and cultures like never before. In order to be an effective leader and global citizen, employees must learn the right skills.
To engage learners, trainers must understand their biases and cultural assumptions, as they impact the connection and relationship they form with learners. Additionally, learning professionals must consider these biases as we create training objectives.
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.
Kanarys, a first-of-its-kind technology platform that fosters collaboration between companies and employees on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace, launches to the public today.
Delivering intercultural competence training can be challenging. However, thanks to modern learning technology and analytics tools, it has become more effective and sustainable.
It’s more important than ever for organizations to make sure their employees can communicate professionally in English and other major business languages.
The globalization of business has made it essential for many organizations to conduct their activities on an international scale.
We often take for granted the way we communicate with one another. Similar to everything else we learn, the way we make interpretations, create assumptions and form decisions is based on our cultural upbringing.