How to develop your CQ to adapt to different cultural situations
Intercultural interactions has become a norm than an exception. We are all dealing with various challenges or demands of working within intercultural contexts.
Cultural Intelligence (CQ) refers to the skills and capabilities for individuals to navigate diverse cultural environments. With high CQ, you will be able to adjust to various cultural situations, become effective in your job performance and make an impact in your team and your organisation.
1. Increased awareness of the effects of culture
2. Familiarise oneself with the Cultural Intelligence Framework
3. Commit to an action plan in developing one's Cultural Intelligence
A concise workshop designed to up-skill you within a hour and a half. There will group exercises, feedback sessions and case studies carefully curated for the experience.
Ling Ling is an advocate for diversity, inclusion and interculturalism. She believes that diversity can spark creativity, innovation and build a better society. With over a decade of training, learning and development experiences, Her audience spans across 4 continents in 21 countries. She has worked with global multinational companies, non-profit organisations and small medium enterprises across various industries, such as manufacturing, consumer electronics and travel.
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