Jan 23rd, 2017

Corporate Language Training as Your Business Driver

No matter how large or small an organization, whether it works online or offline, its employees will have to deal with a different culture or language at some point. This could be colleagues from abroad who haven’t fully mastered the local language yet, as well as partners, suppliers or customers in another country. Such encounters can be highly rewarding as they offer insights into a different culture and perspective.

Corporate Language Training as Your Business Driver
Aug 22nd, 2016

3 HR Trends in Successful Multinational Teams

As workforces become increasingly globalized, cross-border communication has become a critical challenge for HR teams to address. According to a survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), people management is among the top current challenges for senior and C-level executives, second only to slow growth in key markets.

3 HR Trends in Successful Multinational Teams
Jun 7th, 2016

How to Prioritise on Your Corporate Communication Skills

Almost all organisations (98%) who participated in the 4th Annual Speexx Exchange survey in December 2015 agreed that good communications are ‘very important’ or ‘important’ for the success of their business. Almost a quarter (24%) thought intercultural differences had a negative impact, while 21% cited lack of foreign language skills among employees.

How to Prioritise on Your Corporate Communication Skills
May 31st, 2016

Ten Values of Mobile Learning

The key characteristics of a device capable of being used for mobile learning are that it is digital; easily portable; usually owned and controlled by an individual rather than an institution; can access the internet; has multimedia capabilities, and can facilitate a large number of tasks, particularly those related to communication.

Ten Values of Mobile Learning
Apr 15th, 2016

Break down Communication Silos!

If you work in a multinational organization with offices all over the world your workforce has a business need to communicate across borders with colleagues, clients and partners. But without the right language skills, your staff ends up working in local silos, unable to communicate with the rest of their corporate world.

Break down Communication Silos!
Jan 7th, 2016

You Can’t Manage Your Top Talent without Good Communications

We’re delighted to present you our latest white paper ‘Managing Top Talent – A Call for Better Communications’, which you can download now for free. Effective communication skills are key to finding, managing and retaining top talent across any multinational organisation. To develop a global talent pool of future leaders, HR needs a solid communications strategy.

You Can’t Manage Your Top Talent without Good Communications
Jul 24th, 2015

Communication 101: How to Make a Complaint

The first tip about making complaints is perhaps an obvious one, but a difficult one to follow all the same: Don't get angry. But there are some other easy guidelines to follow to help you to both stay calm and still get what you want. A good tip is to sit down and prepare your complaint in advance of any phone call or face-to-face conversation.

Communication 101: How to Make a Complaint
Jul 6th, 2015

Why Vodafone Chose Speexx

Vodafone and Speexx started their partnership in 2011 to improve Business English communication skills at the multinational telecommunications company. To date, over 1250 courses have been launched. At Vodafone, learners boost their English skills with the award-winning Speexx online solution, live communication skills training and ongoing coaching.

Why Vodafone Chose Speexx
Jun 24th, 2015

The Power of Lifelong Learning

The rapid acceleration of technology has made learning possible anytime, anywhere and on just about any device. How and what we learn is up to us – we could be listening to a TED talk on the plane, joining a webinar hosted on the other side of the Atlantic while at work, or taking a quiz on an app before we go to sleep.

The Power of Lifelong Learning