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DoD Needs the Right Kind of Language and Culture Training

By Robert R. Greene Sands, CEO of LanguaCulture LLC A soldier from the U.S. Special Operations Forces (SOF) recently shared with me his frustration about the quality of language and culture…

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[NEW Playbook] Driving Employee Engagement with Language Training

Communication problems due to language barriers plague 90% of organizations today. And if you’re like most business line leaders, you’re not telling anyone about it. In fact, only 3 in…

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Language Makes International Medical Cooperation Possible

Just as in every other facet of our lives, medicine has become more connected internationally. Healthcare workers of previous generations who may have only collaborated at conferences have given way…

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[Infographic] The Formula for Language-Learning Success

Balancing all the elements of a global business isn’t easy, and a key element in the equation is communication. If your employees can’t communicate with their peers (or worse their…

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The Rise of the Micro-Multinational

The misperception that multinational businesses are only huge conglomerates with offices around the world persists, but is becoming less and less accurate. Instead, so-called “micro-multinationals” have leveraged technology and social…

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Driving Business Success with Confident Communication

By Peter Brussard, SVP of Product Management at Rosetta Stone – Employees don’t work in a vacuum. Communicating with colleagues, clients, and partners in today’s multilingual workplace is absolutely essential…

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