When it comes to developing a multilingual, multicultural workforce, strategy is vital. We’ve put together a quick guide to helping your training department get the most out of foreign language training.
In this ever-changing world, finding one’s place in the job market can be a real challenge. At the SME level, the challenges are constantly growing. The demands require great flexibility and unprecedented adaptability to break into the market and keep one’s share.
Learning a language is a long process, and staying motivated on the way to fluency can be difficult. It’s a lot easier to avoid the pitfalls and keep going until you’re satisfied with your foreign language skills if you understand the most common reasons individuals stop studying a language.
Did you know that an academic framework is a useful tool for conceptualizing learning strategies for businesses?
Over the past decade, the global workforce has been constantly evolving.
HR and L&D experts have learned valuable lessons throughout 2020. Looking forward to 2021, we may anticipate still further shifts. Although we all struggled to keep our heads above water and adapt to events in 2020, 2021 holds a lot of hope and potential for meaningful change as we move forward in the new normal.