communicationmatters

Developing your empathy

A lot of people think that a sense of empathy is an innate trait: either you have it or you don't. But we don't believe that's true. Here are a few surefire tips to help you foster empathy in every interaction.

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3 talent development trends that are transforming leadership today

Every company wants great leaders. The question is: how do you cultivate them? Join us as we look at how the rise of AI and just-in-time learning can help you find and grow the leaders you didn't even know you had.

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Product management for a global business

Aspiring product managers can leverage their experience in an entry-level position, like Customer Support or Sales, to evolve their product as someone who has worked with clients and has critical insight into business needs.

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Developing cultural awareness for better team communication

Through assessment of our own cultural values and assumptions, we can start to develop cultural awareness that can help improve communication on a multinational team.

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Jan 22
A recap from the CLO Exchange: Personalized learning is in

Last December the Lingo Live team joined L&D leaders from all over the country for a two-day conference at the 15th CLO Exchange in Carlsbad, CA.

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Coaching for learners of Spanish as a heritage language

With the number of Hispanic students enrolling in Spanish language programs across the US on the rise, it is critical for language programs to help heritage language learners develop confidence in their communication skills with their communities in and outside of the classroom.

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Developing your self-control

Critical for emotional intelligence, self-control is the ability to compartmentalize how we react through our emotions in personal and social contexts. Managing our own emotions and nonverbal communication requires a lot of patience, practice, and understanding.

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Nurturing the Next Generation of Leaders: Interview with Mike Giordani

Often, professionals get promoted because they’re great at their jobs, but management demands a new set of skills which they may not have yet.

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