Make Your Second Language The Center Of Your World

You want to learn a second language? Then make that second language the center of your world. Doing this is key to rapid language learning, and I am about to tell you why and ...
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Performance Issue or Language Barrier? How to Know.

Recruiting or managing international talent is an important component of today’s global workforce. Large multinational corporations that have a strong base of employees and ...
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Does Your Remote Team Lack Trust? Here's How To Build Some.

Trust is a main ingredient in any manager’s recipe for a successful team. When you throw in a lack of face-to-face interactions, time differences, and the geographic distances of ...
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What Good Managers Understand About Successful Cross-Border Teams

One thing good managers understand is norms. They establish them at the start, monitor them throughout, and quickly address bad ones when they develop. But what are norms in a ...
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How To Keep Small Talk Comfortable At Work

Small talk helps you build professional relationships. People do business with people they enjoy being around, and those who make good conversation fall into that category. ...
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The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Becoming a Remote Worker

Wish you could work remotely while travelling the world? Eager to win international clients without buying a single plane ticket? All you need to be a remote worker is a strong ...
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5 Reasons Why Companies Should Hire An International Team

These days, there are few obstacles to hiring an international team. Relocation costs aren’t an issue when an employee can work from their home country via the internet. ...
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3 Important Talent Management Lessons From Startup Accelerators

There’s a slight difference between an incubator and accelerator. An incubator nurses startups in their infancy and doesn't rush them out. Accelerators house startups for a ...
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4 Ways Companies Can Improve The Recruitment Process

When star candidates turn down job offers, it’s a frustrating experience for companies. It takes a lot of time to find qualified people, and when they decide to go elsewhere ...
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The Customer Experience Is The New Battle in the "War For Talent"

We’ve come a long way since McKinsey & Company introduced the “War for Talent” concept in 1997. Since then, we’ve established a greater understanding of talent, but we still ...
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