A path to English proficiency

Helping employees achieve fluency in English takes several steps

"He's capped out." I frequently hear this from business owners and executives about their Latino supervisors or managers. I always ask for clarification.

"Do you mean he's capped out from a skill standpoint or language standpoint?" I ask.

More times than not the answer is: "Oh no, he knows as much as everyone else in higher positions, maybe more, but he can't communicate at the level he needs to in English."

The facts

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