Sie möchten, dass Ihre Mitarbeiter selbstbewusster in einer Fremdsprache kommunizieren und damit noch effizienter zum Unternehmenserfolg beitragen können? Die Formel für nachhaltiges Sprachenlernen scheint zunächst komplex. Lesen Sie hier, welchen Lösungsweg Rosetta Stone, einer der weltweit größten Anbieter von Sprachlernprogrammen, entwickelt hat.
Does your company foster a strong team dynamic? More than ever, effective businesses rely on employees to work internally across departments, and externally with increasingly global networks of clients.
Thousands of learners were surveyed about the impact of
language training with Rosetta Stone® business solutions.Results showed investing in employee language proficiency delivers five key benefits:
Strengthens business operations
Stimulates employee engagement
Drives company loyalty
Attracts globally-aware Millennials
For many companies, language barriers increase as business
globalization becomes the norm rather than the exception.
Perhaps a call center agent cannot handle customer contact
in an unfamiliar language. Or a manager travels to a face-toface
meeting only to sit across a conference table from clients
wanting to speak in their own native language. Even within
your organization, teams across global geographies must
collaborate to achieve collective goals, but language barriers
often stand in their way.
Meanwhile, HR leaders are tasked with recruiting and
retaining top talent and L&D managers must align programs
with business goals. Each of these scenarios and areas of
responsibility have something in common: A clear need for
company-sponsored training to develop employees’ language
proficiency so they can engage successfully with colleagues
and customers anywhere.
Thousands of learners were surveyed about the impact of
language training with Rosetta Stone® business solutions.1
Baldwin County Public Schools has built a curriculum that includes preparing students for the world of intelligent machines and empowering them to participate in the global community through language acquisition. The district sought a technology-based solution to provide students with the opportunity for long-term language learning.
The top clients of enterprise language learning companies consist of global companies that recognize the value of multilingual employees. While companies understand the necessity of language learning, there is room for improvement in incorporating language learning into corporate culture. This report looks at what companies are doing in the realm of language learning, to understand what best-in-class organizations are doing, and to provide businesses aspiring to be truly successful on a global stage with strategies for incorporating language learning into their business model.
Forbes Insights and Rosetta Stone surveyed 214 executives around the globe to find out if and how companies are training their employees to speak and work in more languages and what impact that training has on both the employees and the company. In addition, the narrative is rounded out with in-depth interviews with executives and experts.
Why do leading US companies invest in foreign language training programs for their employees? A global consulting company surveyed nearly 500 senior and upper-management business professionals in a variety of functional roles to find out how language skills impact their business.
MarketBridge, a leading global provider of sales and marketing services, surveyed 493 senior and upper management-level business professionals in a variety of functional roles at leading international corporations to learn more about their company's language-learning needs. Please download this free white paper for more information.
English Language Learners do not succeed at the same rate as their English-speaking peers. The impact is felt throughout the country: not only does it affect students, their families and their schools, it affects our communities. As the number of ELLs grows rapidly, the challenges increase. Today, a full 9 percent of this country’s population is not English proficient, and 11 percent of our K–12 students are considered English Language Learners.
Learn what districts can do to close this achievement gap in this infographic that paints the big picture.
Time and resource allocation for language programs
has been shrinking while the need for multilingualism
only grows. It is critical that our students remain
competitive on the global playing field. As the
benefits of a multilingual society become clearer,
parents insist that language learning is important for
their children’s future success.
However, our current education system still lacks the
resources to provide all children the opportunity to
develop the skills that will prepare them to succeed in
an interconnected world. Global competence and
language skills are no longer just nice to have—they
Making your talent global-ready is key to your organization's future. A big part of global readiness lies in language and cultural skills. Knowledge of another language and culture builds bridges to customers and colleagues, and studies show that the ability to connect delivers measurable business impact. Building effective language and cultural learning programs is not difficult, but first HR must uncover the need - which often remains hidden from plain view.
Gruppentrainings vor Ort oder doch elearning für alle Standorte? Die Möglichkeiten für nachhaltiges Sprachenlernen für Unternehmen sind vielseitig. Die benchmark Studie des elearning journals zeigt, wie der Bedarf an Sprachtraining in deutschsprachigen Unternehmen in der Praxis derzeit gedeckt wird und welche Trends sie kennen sollten.
Sie wollen in die Fremdsprachenkompetenzen Ihrer Mitarbeiter investieren? Sabine Schnorr, Director Central Europe von Rosetta Stone, hat zusammengefasst, welche aktuellen Entwicklungen die Branche nachhaltig beeinflussen und welche Trends Unternehmen unbedingt kennen sollten.
Technology plays an increasingly significant role in how we help language students develop the skills they need to be successful in today's competitive, global workplace. The benefits of integrating technology into the classroom can be seen throughout the learning experience.
In October 2013, Getting Smart partnered with Rosetta Stone to release a report called “The Next Generation of
World Language Learning.” The goal of the report was to create a vision for world language learning that acknowledged
its role in global competency and to frame the vision inside broader shifts to personalized learning and blended
instruction. Pointing to the potential of educational technology, we advocated for accessible, high-quality world
language instruction for all students—from elementary through high school.
Foodservice managers who have lingering doubts about investing in on-site
language training should consider this:
By 2027, over one million new jobs are expected to be added to the restaurant
According to the National Restaurant Association, “All of this means that
foreign-born employees will be increasingly important to the restaurant
industry’s ability to expand and create jobs in the years ahead.”38
For foodservice operators and managers who want to plan for their future now,
the question is obvious: What’s the best way to address these issues?
Rosetta Stone can provide some answers.
In the world of product development, we spend months – sometimes years – designing, developing, and testing new products. We spend thousands of hours preparing for their launch. We leave no stone unturned as we get the product ready to survive – and thrive – in the hands of customers. In many ways, it feels like we are a massive group of expectant parents getting ready for the birth of what will become our own child.
In this informational webinar, we focus on identifying funding streams for K-12 ELL and world language programs. Hear perspectives and insights on funding streams in K-12 education from funding expert David DeSchryver, Senior Vice President of Education Policy at Whiteboard Advisors.
Forbes Insights surveyed senior executives at leading US companies to learn how language abilities impact individual and organizational success. The results indicate that corporate leaders see multilingual employees and language-training programs as critical ingredients to success in the global economy.
The new federal law, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), creates new opportunities to secure funding for language programming. Funding is available, but the strategies to secure the money must be carefully measured. Taking a strategic approach to this opportunity is critical.
Download the whitepaper to read more about the funding sources that should play into your strategies.