Have you ever seen a poorly voiced over Kung Fu movie where the actor’s lips are moving but the voice coming out doesn’t match!? It’s almost laughable at how awkward and distracting the voice over is, and that’s even with the massive action and entertainment value.
So when it comes to your eLearning program, why has it become acceptable to have one blanket solution for every country and use subtitles and voice over to address multi languages?
Let’s face it, most eLearning solutions are already incredibly long and boring for your employees, and when you add in voice over on top of that, it can be downright rude.
In fact, many learners have told us that they find voice over to be a form of disrespect, not to mention that their learning scenarios are not customized or culturally relevant.
The key to having a great learning and development solution that can create change in your organization is for that learning to be engaging and for your learners to connect with it.
GES’s Layered Learning solution is truly global. That is because every spoken and written word is in the participant’s native language (no voice over), with culturally relevant language and scenarios. This allows the learner to better engage and connect with the content, and creates much higher levels of significant, measurable results.