What is corporate language training?
First, let’s start with the definition of Corporate training.
CT means ensuring that employees improve their skills and performance by focusing on professional development.
Here is a quick breakdown of what career and personal development programs enable:
Employees are interested in learning too. According to LinkedIn, 94% of employees want to work for a company that invests in their professional development.
One area of corporate training found at almost every company is Computer training, but what happens with Languages? When working in international companies, EMPLOYEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY in ENGLISH, but most companies do not offer Language training.
What’s Corporate language training like?
First, remember, business language refers to the advanced language proficiency necessary for employees to conduct themselves in business settings. It goes beyond the basic skills required for everyday conversation, combining advanced language proficiency with industry-specific terminology required to handle projects in global companies.
International corporations usually have an official corporate language. As they expand operations to countries where other native languages are spoken, new employees need to be fluent in that corporate language.
Very few groups of human resource departments develop and implement formal corporate language training programs to meet this need because these enable businesses to support international growth, open new markets, and share knowledge rapidly and more effectively. Furthermore, it makes corporations more appealing to global talent pools and increases employee loyalty.
Now, if there’s no Language training in your company, take a look at what we do in English Priority here:
“Companies with engaged employees see 22% greater levels of productivity and outperform those without engagement by up to 202%.” —Gallup
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