Social Series is a space dedicated to curated posts on social media that are conversation-starting, thought-provoking, or simply inspiring. Today, we share a LinkedIn post recently shared by our Vice President of Sales and Marketing Keyla Waslwaski.
Many could argue that the sentiment of Keyla’s post is shared by many individuals, women in particular, who occupy high leadership positions; am I bossy or simply a leader who needs to assert oneself and make decisions? When and how to balance the responsibility to perform with the need to be value-driven with a purpose to create a positive change?
At the Cultural Intelligence Center, we apply what we know of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) at every level of our organizational life, from high-level strategy meetings to casual team lunches, and that is what helps our key decision-makers to lead with purpose, inspire others, and achieve great results. What about you and your organization?
About the Cultural Intelligence Center
The Cultural Intelligence Center is an innovative, research-based training and consulting firm that draws upon empirical findings to help organizations and individuals around the world assess and improve cultural intelligence (CQ)- the ability to work effectively with people from different nationalities, ethnicities, age groups, and more. We provide you with innovative solutions that improve multicultural performance based on rigorous academic research. More information about the Cultural Intelligence Center can be found on our website.