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The Fluency Myth: Why Speaking Some Might Be Better Than Speaking Fluently

This is the seventh post in a series centered around crafting an effective language strategy for your business, featuring the work of Harvard Business School professor and former vice chairman…

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Underdog: Being the Non-Native Speaker on the Call

This is the sixth post in a series centered around crafting an effective language strategy for your business, featuring the work of Harvard Business School professor and former vice chairman…

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Beware of the Blind Spot: HR’s View on Language Skills

This is the fifth post in a series centered around crafting an effective language strategy for your business, featuring the work of Harvard Business School professor and former vice chairman…

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Fitting Language Into Your Firm’s Value Proposition

This is the fourth post in a series centered around crafting an effective language strategy for your business, featuring the work of Harvard Business School professor and former vice chairman…

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Misjudging Talent: Too Much Emphasis on Language Skills, or Not Enough?

This is the third post in a series centered around crafting an effective language strategy for your business, featuring the work of Harvard Business School professor Robert Steven Kaplan. In…

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Which 5 Traits Make an Employee Culturally Competent?

The idea of cultural competency has taken increased importance as the world’s economies become ever more intermingled. What were once just the skills needed by a company’s “road warrior” executives…

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