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International Versions of the MBA Inventory

Discover your culture’s language of appreciation.

The 5 Languages of Appreciation Around the World

It has been interesting to see how the 5 languages of appreciation fit into different cultures. Similar to the 5 Love Languages (which has been translated into 50 languages), the 5 languages of appreciation are relevant across a variety of cultures – although the actions of each language differ somewhat in each cultural setting.

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Get the MBA Inventory in your language today!

The Motivating By Appreciation Inventory has been used in over 60 countries and is available in several languages

Online International Versions:

We have the online version of the Motivating By Appreciation Inventory in several languages.

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“To take the MBA Inventory in your preferred language, purchase a code for the Basic MBA Inventory. Proceed to this page to register with your code. You will be given the option to choose which language version to take.

Note: Only the Basic version of the MBA Inventory is available in languages other than English

Translated versions of The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace has been translated into 25 different languages. For information on purchasing a translated version of The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, click here.

Can You Help Us Get Our MBA Inventory Materials into More Languages?

If you are interested in helping get our materials translated into other languages, please contact us to discuss this possibility.

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Appreciation at Work Certified Facilitators in 25 Countries

We have Certified Facilitators of our Appreciation at Work training process in over 25 countries (U.S., Canada, Mexico, U.K., Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Hungary, Germany, France, Spain, U.A.E., China, Taiwan, Thailand, and more – contact us if you are looking for a facilitator or if you would like to become one.)

Join the global appreciation movement and learn to appreciate your coworkers in their language!

For more information about the cross-cultural issues related to appreciation, see our book, The Vibrant Workplace