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Articles in: Language Training for Business
Tags business case for language learning, business language learning, case study corporate language learning, corporate language learning, language learning, language learning strategy, learning a language in a business
Jul 29 2018
A 2017 Deloitte report concluded that organisational success within a company is dependent on scalable learning rather than scalable efficiency. These findings suggest that communication skills play a huge role in the scalability of the company. This article will take a look at the business case for corporate learning and review the relevant evidence. Most companies would benefit immensely from a language strategy, and it is a shame that many companies are completely unaware that they need one in the first place. The world is becoming increasingly glo...
As you might expect, we spend a lot of time dealing with businesses who have already decided to embark on a language training programme. But there are also many organisations who approach us wondering if they are in the right position to look at language training in the first place – whether for their staff or for the person making the enquiry. So we’ve put together some thoughts on what you should consider if you’re contemplating going through a process of corporate language training. Bear in mind that there are no right or wrong answers,...
Here’s an overview of the pros and cons of learning a language for business using an online service, versus opting for face to face tuition. Business Language Training There are many reasons why you might want to learn a language for business purposes – our business language training archive has more articles on the subject. So once you’ve decided this is what you want to do, how should you go about getting the right sort of training for your purposes? There are fundamentally 2 types of training that are widely available: - online train...
We’re often asked “what exactly is the best language to learn for a business?”. And each time our answer is “it depends”. OK, this maybe not exactly the response you were looking for. But it’s simply a fact that any language you’re looking to learn for corporate purposes will have to tally with the reason for learning that language in the first place. That is - it depends what you want to do with the language once you’ve learned it. International Business Dealings If your company is involved with international dealings with supplier...
Apr 15 2018
If you’re an HR manager or similar, you’ll be well aware how difficult it can sometimes be to get your workforce motivated to do things they don’t automatically see the point of. Continuous professional development can often be seen as a simple check box exercise, with no real engagement from the people involved in the process. This can be especially noticeable where the learning appears to be based on things that will help the organisation more than necessarily the individual concerned. Which is where offering language training can be a real...
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