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Glennon Kiernan-Lahti

Glennon Kiernan-Lahti works as a Digital Marketing Specialist making educational, engaging and relevant content for our customers. He previously worked here as a Specialist Trainer - teaching business English to everyone from entry-level employees to CEOs. Originally from Ireland, he enjoys helping his clients to get their message through, living in a country with more than one season, and forcing Finns to make small-talk.

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Christmas is coming, so the translation elves are getting very busy!
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Kites— or Language Cluster Finland — supports the internationalization of companies in Finland through development in multilingual communication and language technology.
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Are you looking to refresh your language skills, but don’t know where to start? In that case, you are in the right place! In this guide, you’ll receive ...
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We all know by now the cardinal sins of presentations: slides with too much text, or a presenter whose idea of presenting is to merely read aloud the text on the slides, or a presenter who gazes at their shoes… The list goes on. But, assuming you’re experienced enough to not be making those mistakes, what’s next? How do you get to the next level, ...
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We have much to thanks the TED talks series for: not only did they provide us with excellent topics like Cameron Russell’s “Looks Aren’t Everything. Believe Me, I’m a Model,” or Hans Rosling’s “
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When someone says “You’ll have to call customer service,” what reaction do you have? Dread, despair, anger, panic? Or, maybe just mild resentment or quiet acceptance? Either way, for most people, the reaction sure isn’t, “Yippee, I’m going on a customer service journey!” Unless you’re me. I love engaging with customer service; anywhere, anyhow, ...
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My New Year’s resolutions take the usual form of promising to go to the gym, or to watch what I eat, or to be ridiculously positive in my outlook on life. But, for this new year I’m planning on another form of mindfulness -  minding my Ps and Qs. Mind your Ps and Qs is an old expression in English that means to mind your manners, or ...
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Do you scratch your head when you hear people using terms at work such as reimbursement, amortization, CAGR, EBITDA, consolidation, ROI, or even terms from the news such as “a run on the banks”? Unfamiliar finance terminology can be dense, incomprehensible, jargonistic and even – at times – argotic claptrap! But, what should we do ...
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Your company’s website is your digital calling card: A customer, partner or anyone interested in your company and looking for information online will sooner or later visit your website. (If you find your company in the internet graveyard – i.e. on page 2 of search engine results – you should really consider learning basic search engine optimization.)
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It was in 2004 that I realized I had been getting mixed messages about Christmas. Standing at a snow-covered bus stop in Tapiola I saw an old grey Toyota Corolla pull up at the lights across the road. Because there was very little else happening at 4 pm on a Christmas Eve, I glanced over to see who was driving. It was Santa! I couldn’t believe my eyes. But where was Rudolph the Red-Nosed ...
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