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      Francesca Mayr

      Francesca Mayr
      Director of Marketing & Engagement

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      How Coffee & Critique Helps us Speak the Same Language

      Fostering creative engagement, opportunities for low-stakes feedback, and increased visibility across departments in service of better customer ...
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      Topics: The GLOBO Story

      Around the Web: What We're Reading

      This week, we celebrated World Kindness Day! So it's only fitting that we're reading about things that make the world a little kinder: considered ...
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      Topics: Access & Outcomes

      Around the Web: On International Translation Day, Let's Celebrate Linguists

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      Topics: The GLOBO Story

      Around the Web: Putting the 'Patient' in 'Patient Experience'

      Patients are more empowered than ever before.  And though improved Patient Experience has long been a healthcare industry goal, what it means to be ...
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      Topics: Healthcare, Access & Outcomes

      Around the Web: The Future is Empathetic

      The recent past has seen our world grow ever more productive and efficient. Now, we’re prioritizing empathy. From customized shopping experiences to ...
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      Topics: The GLOBO Story

      Simultaneous vs. Consecutive Interpreting: What's the difference?

      There are two primary modes of interpretation — simultaneous and consecutive. Both are used to bridge language barriers and help people understand ...
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      Topics: Language Support 101