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Learning a language can be difficult. It’s often an unappreciated skill and can take hours and hours of practice and studying before you can even have something resembling a conversation. But learning a language can support international assignees in achieving success with their assignment goals,…
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A major part of living and working internationally is communicating and forming relationships. Communication across regions and cultures can sometimes lead people to unwittingly use what is known as the “Chameleon Effect.”
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What was once global has now become local. In our neighbourhood stores and markets, we can now buy  a wide variety of products  that we couldn’t taste or obtain years ago. In communication, the changes have been just as dramatic. Thanks to technological advances, we now take for granted that we can…
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As your assignees prepare for pending relocations, they’ll have many arrangements to make. Hopefully those preparations will include learning their new countries’ languages. After all, embracing this opportunity will not only support a smoother transition – it will also provide them with a sense of…

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