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Cultural intelligence (CQ) is the capability to relate and work effectively in culturally diverse situations.
“CQ is critical for navigating today’s increasingly global and diverse business environment…the good news is it’s entirely learned. It’s so important that we made it one of our core behaviours at PwC.”
Robert Moritz, PwC Chairman
Global CQ can best be described as working and relating effectively across international differences. Domestic CQ can best be described as working and relating effectively with people from different cultural backgrounds in your own country.
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Receive personal feedback about your intercultural effectiveness with our self and multi-rater assessments.
Take the online inventory to determine your personal orientation on ten cultural value dimensions.
Get accredited to use the cultural intelligence tools by attending one of our upcoming certification and train-the-trainer programs or through a customized, in-house certification.
Detailed, interactive and based on the same rigorous research as all our training and certification offerings. ELearning courses are an excellent way to debrief an assessment or provide training to anyone.
The CQ assessment and training have been a tremendous resource to Young Life’s leaders as we seek to equip our staff and volunteers to serve more effectively in the increasingly diverse world of young people!
Ken Knipp, Vice President of Training at Young Life
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Last month we facilitated an in-house Certification with Qatar Airways as part of a 2-year engagement with their 12,000 person crew.
The CQ Center recently kicked off a partnership with Forest Hills Public Schools, a West Michigan-based school district with 10,000+ students.
Authenticity is the holy grail of diversity efforts. Yet adaptation to the preferences and norms of others is at the core of CQ. So, when should you adapt and when should you not?
As we strive to delight our customers, we have recently made several updates to make it easier to use the culturalQ.com website.
In May, we participated in the Indeed Interactive Conference where we were challenged to search for greatness. CQ plays a major role!
We took on the challenge with some of our key corporate partners of trying to describe what culturally intelligent teams look like.
When diversity is coupled with CQ, both social justice and the bottom line can be positively impacted.
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