Tag: “internal comms”

What does it say about your company if you cut corners on internal comms translation?

Be honest! Are your comms contributing to an inclusive workplace, or could they be having the opposite effect? Read our blog to find out.

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cultural awareness training

How can cultural awareness training for global teams increase engagement?

How well do you understand the culture of your global teammates? Do you know your French etiquette from your Swedish? The typical Spanish communication style from the typical Chinese? This blog is all around cultural awareness training for a more inclusive, educated workplace.

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Christmas traditions around the world

24 Global Christmas Traditions

From St. Nicolas to Bodhi Day, we’re sharing the world’s festive celebrations from across cultures and languages. If you’re preparing internal comms for international teams or sharing multicultural marketing this festive season, this might provide some food for thought.

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4 ways to create engaging and relevant multilingual regional internal comms

Localising your internal comms is about much more than accurate translation – it’s about balancing global messaging with local nuances. Find out how here.

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Four steps to engaging your global team

If you have a multi-lingual team and internal comms is your thing, then you are in the right place. Read on for four easy steps to global internal comms nirvana, straight from major players in the industry.

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Engaging local review teams in translating Internal Communications

When it comes to collaborating, there are often two schools of thought: two heads are better than one or too many cooks spoil the broth. Finding the balance between centralising your Internal Comms translations and keeping local-market teams in the loop, can be tricky.

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How to create translation-ready Internal Communications

We’ll start this blog with a word of caution: English is not a universal language. Whilst believing that won’t stop you ordering a croissant in Paris, it could be very damaging for a global workplace.

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should you use one corporate language

Pros and cons of using one corporate language for employee engagement

“We know that having a good company culture with engaged employees leads to happier employees, but employee engagement doesn’t happen automatically. We work for it.”

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