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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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3 Free Must-Have Tools to Make Your Workforce Global-Ready

With the demands of the ever-increasing global economy, it’s important to understand just how ready your workforce is to meet those challenges. You might think you have a handle on…

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After the Plan: Keeping Employee Development on Track

The single biggest fault in employee development is that once the plan is written, nothing happens. Everyone got together, wrote something actionable, and then went about their normal business. Progress…

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After the Plan: What Could Derail an Employee Development Plan?

The meeting(s) have all been attended. Drafts were passed back and forth. Finally, pen was set to paper. An employee’s development plan for the upcoming period has been set up.…

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