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A quick update: announcing my Youtube channel

In my last few blogs, I’ve been exploring the foundation of effective cross-cultural engagement. Starts with curiosity, then why?, then what. I’ll continue this series later; Cultural Intelligence has four distinct yet interrelated capabilities: motivation, knowledge, strategy and action. I’ve introduced the first two, and will continue with the latter two…later.


Over the last few days I’ve put up four videos on YouTube; the first is an introduction of my services, the second is an introduction to the academic foundation of CQ. Dr. Lynn Van Dyne, Professor of Management, Broad School of Business, Michigan State University briefly discusses the theory of intelligence that is at the core of CQ.


Third is Dr. David Livermore describing the CQ difference.

And the fourth applies CQ to education.


What's Your CQ?


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