By Talaera Team on May 19, 2023 9:32:39 AM
In an increasingly interconnected world, proficiency in business English is no longer a luxury. It's a necessity. At Talaera, we understand that L&D leaders are in search of effective business English training solutions that cater to the diverse needs of your global teams. You're not just looking for a program - you're looking for results. That's where our unique approach to business English training comes in. Keep reading to discover the pillars of Talaera's training.
1. Personalized learning experience
Every company is unique, as is every team and every individual within those teams. We start by understanding your company's specific needs and objectives. Our program isn't one-size-fits-all - it's carefully tailored to meet the unique requirements of each employee, taking into account their existing language proficiency, job roles, and professional goals.
Now, with the use of generative AI to deliver even more tailored learning experiences based on the learner’s role and industry, we not only provide customized training at scale but also relevant content that adapts to the evolving needs of individual learners. The new Talaera Personal Dictionary is just the tip of the iceberg.
2. Practical and relevant content
Studies show that learners are more engaged when they can immediately apply what they learn. That’s why we focus on real-world business scenarios in our training. We believe in the power of practicality. Our curriculum is designed around actual challenges, giving learners tools that are instantly applicable in the workplace. Helping them develop the language skills that they will actually use. From mastering conference calls and presentations to negotiations and networking, we ensure our training is relevant to your business context.
This real-world focus means learners see immediate value and improvements in their professional communication. Every lesson and tool is designed to be used directly in a professional context, providing users with practical tools and boosting their confidence in real-world scenarios.
3. Quick wins and memorable takeaways
Learning a language can be daunting, but we make it less so by focusing on quick wins and easy-to-remember takeaways. We use this principle to break down complex language constructs into manageable chunks, which not only boosts learner satisfaction and motivation but also improves long-term retention. This approach boosts learner satisfaction and motivation, and it also helps embed the learning for long-term retention.
Find out how Netafim saw a direct business impact with Talaera.
4. Flexible and accessible training
We understand that your teams are busy. With the rise of remote work, we recognize the need for learning solutions that adapt to the modern worker. Talaera learners are able to work on their communication skills at their own pace, on their own schedule, from anywhere in the world. This flexibility is a key factor in improving engagement rates for many of our customers with dispersed teams across different time zones.
5. Variety of business English programs
Recognizing that learning needs and budgets can vary greatly from one organization to another, we at Talaera offer a wide range of business English programs designed to fit every scenario. Our business English programs range from personalized 1:1 training for intensive, targeted learning, to group courses and workshops that encourage collaborative learning and build team cohesion. Our webinars provide concentrated bursts of learning, focusing on specific skills or topics, and the Talaera business English self-paced learning platform provides an extensive selection of learning resources that learners can explore at their own convenience.
Moreover, our learning ecosystem is further enriched by a host of free resources that augment the formal training programs. This includes a regularly updated blog featuring practical tips and insights, ebooks for deeper exploration of various topics, and a podcast that offers listeners to learn communication tips on the go.
Talaera is not just a training provider. It’s a comprehensive business English learning ecosystem tailored to your organization’s needs.
6. Dedicated Support
We're not just a vendor; we're a partner. Our dedicated support team is always ready to assist, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free learning experience for your teams. Our response rates from Account Managers in less than 24 hours make the implementation and management of any Talaera program an effortless, high-ROI initiative for L&D teams.
Give your team the business English boost they need
At Talaera, our goal is to empower your employees with the business English skills they need to excel in their roles and drive your company's success. Our approach is tried, tested, and trusted by global companies across the world. Contact us today to find out how we can make a difference in your organization.
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