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How to Help Your Employees Communicate Effectively

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Carol Shin, Senior Director of Customer Success, Rosetta Stone and Melanie Rogers, Language Solutions Strategist, Rosetta Stone

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In today’s global market, the ability of your employees to communicate effectively is essential to achieving company goals. Language training develops employees’ language proficiency, allowing them to engage successfully with customers and colleagues everywhere.

In this webcast, we’ll discuss five key benefits that came out of a survey on employee language proficiency.

You will:

  • Hear real examples of how language training benefits both workers and employers.
  • Learn about steps to take to align language training with overall business strategy.
  • Hear how to update training programs to take advantage of new technologies.


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Carol  Shin
Carol Shin

Senior Director of Customer Success, Rosetta Stone

Carol Shin is the senior director of customer success at Rosetta Stone. She has a strong background in training and implementation and has a passion for learning. She has an MBA from Yale where she focused on behavioral economics and undergraduate degrees in economics and psychology from George Mason University.

Melanie Rogers
Melanie Rogers

Language Solutions Strategist, Rosetta Stone

Melanie Rogers is driven by a commitment to lifelong learning and a strong desire to help others do their best. At Rosetta Stone, she provides consultative implementation training for language learning programs, and is involved in all facets of training development, delivery, and coordination. She is currently working toward her master’s degree in instructional design.


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