Language: The Key To Understanding Cultures And Promoting Social Cohesion

Jun 04, 2018 1 Min Read
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Early exposure to different languages does not only build a child’s intelligence, but it also lays the foundation for good leadership skills later in life by promoting social cohesion, deeper understanding of cultures and better decision making.

In this Raise Your Game session, Leaderonomics Managing Editor Lydia Gomez and Digital Initiatives Lead Arun Kumar talk about how learning different languages with the use of technology, can help ease and even enhance communication in a seamless world.

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