The History of Black History Month

In 1926 Black History Month started as a weeklong celebration only to finally be extended to a month in 1976. Black History Month was designated in order to properly honor and remember African American culture and history. Every year, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History sets a theme for the [...]
February 28, 2019 Post Comment Blog


About the author: At CQ fluency, we are proud to have a team of intelligent, innovative, and creative thinkers. Each month in our blog, we will be publishing posts from “guest authors” on our team in order to add more perspectives to our collaborative voice. This post is from one of our team members in […]

January 7, 2019 Post Comment Blog

Culture and Global Training Programs – Pt. 2

Current Trends in eLearning The eLearning industry continues to evolve and introduce new learning methodologies that are all geared towards ensuring trainees can easily access training courses and retain the key information from those training sessions. Here are some current trends in eLearning that can benefit from a multicultural approach.   Micro-learning Pack a powerful […]

September 18, 2017 Post Comment Blog

Calling All Angels

Calling All Angels I was reading an article by Joe Biden entitled “We Are Living Through a Battle for the Soul of this Nation”, He was reflecting on a time in 1968 in Wilmington, DE after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. There are 2 lines that stayed with me. The first at the […]

September 6, 2017 Post Comment Blog

Culture and Global Training Programs – Pt. 1

How does culture impact your global training programs? Where do you see your company in the next five years? Hopefully your answer is that your company will be tapping into international markets and optimizing the full potential of your organization’s awesome employees. An even better answer would be that you are already there! In 2014, […]

September 5, 2017 Post Comment Blog

Heroes Among Us

There are heroes among us…. Browsing through the social media, I came upon a video about Sir Nicholas George Winton. I watched the video over and over again and it became a sort of tonic for me in these troubling times. Here’s the background story to the video. Nicholas Winton was a British humanitarian who organized the […]

August 22, 2017 1 comment Blog

Total Solar Eclipses and Cultural Meanings

Everyone is talking about the total solar eclipse happening on August 21st which will be visible in the U.S. from coast to coast.   The dark shadow of the moon — the umbra — will first touch the Earth’s surface far out over the North Pacific Ocean, nearly 1,000 miles south of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands, at 9:48 […]

August 17, 2017 Post Comment Blog

The Benefits of Supplier Diversity

The landscape of business transforms quickly. It is pulled and shaped by the tides of society, and must mold itself to be successful with each turn. In recent years, the progression that has directed success in the most exceptional businesses is an awareness of the importance of diversification. Supplier diversity in particular is emerging as […]

June 19, 2017 Post Comment Blog

Spanish Dialects in the U.S. – [Infographic]

  Ensuring an Accurate Translation of the Spanish Language At CQ fluency, one of the most common issues that we hear is that a company contracted another company or individual to translate material to Spanish, only to be told later that the content wasn’t correct. Most often the reason is not a technical one, it […]

Ensuring Your Medical Directories Are Accurate

Finding the right doctor to address the medical issues one is facing can be a daunting, frustrating task, and the process should be as simple and streamlined as possible. And when details or information are dropped, outcomes can be catastrophic. Such was the case for nearly half of the 5,832 doctor’s listings on the Medicare […]

March 1, 2017 Post Comment Blog
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