Learning new skills takes time and hard work, which is a struggle for many of us. However, if 2020 taught us one thing about our jobs and careers, it’s that an investment in a new skill may be beneficial for professional growth, but even more invaluable during a crisis.
Learn about what's happening with Speexx as we enter our ninth-consecutive year of a continued partnership with UN Global Compact, meet Speexx in Zurich at the HR Festival, and listen to our latest episode on the Speexx Exchange Podcast where Donald Taylor chats with Megan Torrance, CEO and President of TorranceLearning.
Last year was a pivotal one for Speexx. In addition to new partnerships, improved tools in AI for corporate language training, a record number of attendees at our annual Speexx Exchange conference and receiving a number of awards, we have been making strides in our efforts to help even more talent at organizations around the globe build, grow and maintain the business skills that matter.
Last year was a game-changer for Speexx. We kicked off an exclusive partnership with Cambridge Assessment English, doubled down on AI efforts, broke new ground and launched a podcast, received record number attendees at our annual Speexx Exchange conference and collected numerous awards.
The annual Speexx Exchange conference for L&D in Berlin took place in late November this year, with over 150 HR and L&D experts in attendance, it was a day filled with learning, networking and peer exchange. The conference is in its ninth year and was led by digital learning expert and Towards Maturity founder Laura Overton.
The evaluation committee of the “BOOAOO Award,” the authoritative award in the field of online learning, awarded the Mobile Learning Application Award to Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance China Academy, along with its partner, Speexx.
We’ve talked to Atish Gonsalves, Global Innovation Director at the Humanitarian Leadership Academy (the Academy), to get his perspective on how an organization can successfully adapt a culture of learning; the Academy’s new Virtual Reality-based “soft skills simulator”; and the difference between “the future of learning” and “learning for the future.”
As part of the OpEx DC 2019, Humentum announced that Speexx, a Humentum Learning Services Partner and a global provider of world class online learning language courses, was the recipient of the new OpEx Partner of the Year Award. The award honors an organization that has shown an incredible level of commitment to helping Humentum deliver affordable, high-quality learning solutions to people and organizations working to improve lives in developing and vulnerable communities.