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Learning a language – a gateway to intercultural competence

Learning a language – a gateway to intercultural competence

We are very pleased to welcome Libby Small, this month's guest blogger and current intern at LSIC. Libby lived in Spain for four years where she grappled with the highs and lows of learning a new language. If you've ever started learning a language and felt like giving up, here are the reasons why you should persevere.

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Virtual training – is it only ever second best?

Virtual training – is it only ever second best?

Many organisations now rely on virtual training to deliver learning to their employees, recognising the cost and time saving benefits. Virtual training comes in many forms but all too often fails to fully engage and can be seen as a poor relation to face-to-face training. Read our latest blog to discover how to ensure that your virtual training is just as effective as a face-to-face course.

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The United States: the land of cultural diversity

The United States: the land of cultural diversity

We are delighted to welcome Brad Wolf, this month’s guest blogger and current intern with LSIC. Brad has lived in the United States his entire life and will share insights into many of the subtle cultural differences within his home country.

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Time across Cultures - part 2 - Lost in the mists of time

Time across Cultures - part 2 - Lost in the mists of time

A warm welcome back to Vanessa Paisley, this month’s guest blogger. Vanessa regularly works in India and in Austria, two cultures with sharply contrasting relationships with time. Here Vanessa shares her insights into how time works across cultures and how we can manage time when working internationally.

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Millennials across cultures: same or different?

Millennials across cultures: same or different?

The millennial generation is the largest growing segment of the global workforce and it is often claimed that this generation is very different to its predecessors. Each generation has different priorities and millennials have much in common regardless of geography – they share many of the same concerns, aspirations and expectations inside and outside the workplace. But, just as it can be dangerous to over-generalise about national culture, it can be dangerous to assume that all millennials around the globe want the same from their employers. Read our latest post about millennials across cultures.

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