Language training leads to global readiness
Language proficiency and awareness of culture, local customs, and traditions conveys respect for colleagues, partners, and those you serve. When it comes to language training, best-in-class organizations align staff language learning with their mission goals.
Authentic content gets language learners talking
Languages are preserved when they continue to be spoken. If language use declines with each generation, speaking heritage is eventually lost. Rosetta Stone is honored to partner with Native communities as they revitalize, teach, and continue to speak their traditional languages.
“We believe a collaboration between our fluent speakers and Rosetta Stone will be a significant step toward ensuring our language is documented and accessible for future generations."
— Bill Anoatubby, Governor of The Chickasaw Nation
Offer library patrons language learning
Our online language learning program built for public libraries offers 30 languages to help patrons and the community gain the confidence to speak confidently in a new language. Self-paced learning and access through personal mobile devices outside the library accommodate busy patron schedules.
Read more about how your patrons can build new language skills.
Training pays off
Making your talent global-ready is key to your organization’s future. Knowledge of language and culture build bridges to those whom you serve. What is often surprising is just how much language and cultural skills matter, and how language learning has a direct link to staff performance.
“Sixty-six percent of multinational organizations surveyed used global virtual teams, but only forty-five percent invest in cultural skills training.” -- Why Your Talent Needs to be More Global Ready
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