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Principle vs Application approach to persuasion across cultures.

    “in someone’s shoes” Also, in some one else’s shoes; in someone’s place or stead . Acting for another person or experiencing something as another person might; in another’s position or situation. For example, If you were in my shoes, would

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Is Digital Technology Destroying Virtual Working Relationships?

It’s been a crazy busy week here at the office. I just bought some of my favourite sweets – jelly beans – to help me write the blog this week. I hope you like it. “Remote work seems to be

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English educational development in children

Talk2 specializes in medical and pharmaceutical english communication development. However, more and more we are being asked about the development of english skills in children. It is an area we are researching and we’d like to share some of our

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British English v American English

Born and bred in England for the last, well almost half a century, I’m obviously a little biased towards “Blighty” English. Although, when I’m working with clients, I make every effort to develop their communication skills to cover all options

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