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Helping non-native English speakers communicate
effectively across diverse cultures.
The globalization of the workforce has led to increased interaction between native and non-native speakers of the English language.
Research shows ESL (English as a second language) speakers are still uncomfortable speaking English despite years of study.
The problem is placing strong focus on English grammar rather than on communicative competence. Learning English was seen as learning for reading and writing, not as speaking.
Language & Cross-Cultural Management (LCM) Digital Training aims to solve this problem. Our goal is to bridge the gap of cultural communication barriers.