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[Infographic] The Formula for Language-Learning Success

[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 customers) your business will fail. Proper language-learning tools will make the difference between missed opportunities and better outcomes for your business—but finding the right solution can seem like a challenge.

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[NEW eBook] The Pros and Cons of an English-Only Workplace

[NEW eBook] The Pros and Cons of an English-Only Workplace

Using English – the most popular language for business worldwide – as your lingua franca may seem like a great way to streamline processes and ease communications between employees. There are definitely some positives. But in many situations, you could be doing more harm than good. Our new eBook, Language Strategy: The Pros & Cons of an English-Only Workplace, goes into depth on this topic – including a relevant case study.

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Rosetta Stone Catalyst Meets Wall Street

Rosetta Stone Catalyst Meets Wall Street

Rosetta Stone executives and clients will introduce the new Rosetta Stone® Catalyst™ solution to the market by ringing the closing bell at the NYSE on Friday, September 16th at 4:00 p.m. EDT. Catalyst is a unified language-training solution that sparks the confidence to communicate effectively in today’s multilingual business environment.

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How Confidence Fuels Effective Communication

How Confidence Fuels Effective Communication

Confident employees express themselves clearly with internal and external stakeholders. Without speaking confidence, the drive to connect and innovate is stifled—to the detriment of the business. 70% of business learners in a recent survey said their language confidence increased after using a Rosetta Stone® program.

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The Pros and Cons of Hiring Expats

The Pros and Cons of Hiring Expats

As business becomes increasingly global, many companies turn toward relocating their own employees to new foreign offices rather than try to hire local workers. This could be for a variety of reasons, but the practice comes with both benefits and trade-offs.

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Cultural Understanding Goes Beyond Language

Cultural Understanding Goes Beyond Language

For many professionals, preparation for working with people from other cultures stops at a small bit of language learning. They believe that as long as they can get their point across, their communications with multinational colleagues will be successful.

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