Cultural Intelligence Building Training - Oct. 25, 2017


Cultural Intelligence Building focuses on concrete skills to improve our ability to act and react in positive ways across cultural lines. This workshop introduces the concept of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) with its four concrete skill areas: Knowledge, Motivation, Interpretation and Behavior.

Knowledge skills help us improve our understanding of ourselves and of those from other cultures.

Motivation skills enable us to be honest in our communication and savvy in our interpretation of cross-cultural interactions.

Interpretation and Behavior skills equip us to align what we wish to accomplish with how our actions and words likely will be interpreted.

Through a carefully tailored set of interactive activities, participant-learners become aware of their personal life-long journey in Cultural Intelligence, as they build their own capacity to improve their CQ over time.

Driving principles

CQ building is a life-long journey and all persons can improve their CQ over time.

We can improve our CQ by focusing on the four concrete skills (Knowledge, Motivation, Interpretation and Behavior).

Improving our CQ makes us better communicators and gracious actors in the diverse kingdom of God.

Building our CQ enables us to embrace the other more fully, even as we understand what it means for the other to embrace us.

We'd love to have you join us by registering below! 

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