Is your workforce is equipped with the skills required to enter new markets? As HR leaders of an expanding global organization, you need to know—but how can you tell? Discerning how knowledgeable your staff is about other cultures, customs and communication norms is vital to a successful entrance into a new region.
Interview with Chris Proulx, CEO of LINGOs and speaker at Speexx Exchange 2016 in Berlin. Chris Proulx leads a global team and network of social and private sector organizations seeking new and innovative models for learning and professional development within constraints in the NGO and social sector; quite literally delivering learning to those doing the hardest work in the hardest to reach places on Earth.
More companies rely on a global workforce to meet the needs of today’s international economy. This means employees are dispersed in key markets around the globe, and bring diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds to the job.
Did You Remember to Plan Your Language Communication Strategy Working across borders is fun! Right? Imagine the following scenario…. Your company has grown over the last few year and you have added several offices in other countries to the central organization. It is [...]
We've just published the final edition of our 3 part video guide to help HR and L&D professionals deal with developing a global workforce. ‘How to drive corporate training with big learner data’ gives an insight into how learner analytics benefit organisations in their training programmes and decision-making processes. It also lists practical tips on applying the right metrics and predicting learner behaviour in the future.
The Need for Glocalization When describing Speexx as a global online language training solution with local support, we often use the term glocalization. I would really love to claim this one for myself but actually, it first appeared in the late 1980s in articles [...]