Company InformationLingo Live was founded on January 2014. The company is based in New York, NY, USA . The number of employees in Lingo Live is less than 50. Lingo live teaches employees at multinational companies to gain the english communication skills they need to move up in their career.
Here is how Lingo Live describes itself: "Lingo Live is a skills-based coaching company that helps employees gain the skills they need to contribute their unique potential in the workplace, improving team performance, and bottom line results."
Funding & investorsLingo Live has received 3 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $7.3M.
- Owl Ventures (Venture capital)
- Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (Accelerator)
- Fresco Capital (Micro vc)
- Alpine Meridian Ventures (Micro vc)
- SoundBoard Venture Fund (Angel group)
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Lingo Live - Blog
- How to fix the leadership development gap
- 5 things we learned at our recent leadership panel
- Are leaders born or made?
- What makes an inclusive leader?
- What is authentic voice and why is it important?
- Driving team performance with effective communication
A week back, we had the pleasure of teaming up with Slack for a conversational webinar about what goes wrong in leadership development today and how to fix it going forward. Now that we’ve fought through our fair share of cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and mediocre football, we’re pleased to share it with you today. […]The post How to fix the leadership development gap appeared first on Lingo Live.
Last night, we had the pleasure of hosting a panel discussion at our office in San Francisco. We organized the night around a question we looked at earlier this week–are leaders born or made?–but that was just the groundwork for a wide-ranging chat that touched on topics like what great leaders need to unlearn to […]The post 5 things we learned at our recent leadership panel appeared first on Lingo Live.
We’ve all heard the phrase “natural born leader” before. It’s this pervasive belief that leadership is an innate skill some people simply have and others don’t. It’s not hard to find listicles and business articles that enumerate the traits of these natural leaders, citing qualities like charisma or decisiveness, and if you think back to […]The post Are leaders born or made? appeared first on Lingo Live.
Recently, we had the pleasure of traveling to Boston. A few of us took the time to catch a game at Fenway for the first time, while others just checked out the early American history we don’t quite have on the West Coast. But one thing we all did was make it to another great […]The post What makes an inclusive leader? appeared first on Lingo Live.
Think of the best colleagues you’ve ever had. What was it that made them successful? Chances are they were dedicated and productive, full of smart ideas, trusted their team, followed through on their promises, and carried more than their weight. Most of that goes without saying. But past that, what kind of people were they? […]The post What is authentic voice and why is it important? appeared first on Lingo Live.
You may remember us talking up Plato’s Elevate a conference a week or so back. It was for a good reason. The panels were interactive and lively, the schedule was brisk and focused, and attendees were smart and committed to building the sorts of authentic, collaborative teams we here at Lingo Live believe deeply in. […]The post Driving team performance with effective communication appeared first on Lingo Live.