Cultural Intelligence (CQ) is the capability to relate and work effectively across cultures.
CQ can also be understood as a globally recognized way of assessing and improving effectiveness in culturally diverse situations.
This tool is designed to assess the four factors of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) as well as individual Cultural Value (CV) orientations. This year, we are excited to share that participants will be able to compare any changes in CQ scores over the course of a their cross-cultural experience. Individuals take the assessment twice and receive two personalized feedback reports which compare their pre and post CQ scores. The growth metric allows participants, students and faculty to assess the impact of global experiences on students. The Center for Global Engagement is excited for students to become more aware of their own cultural identities as they reflect on their comfort zones, preferences and their self-assessed Cultural Intelligence scores. This is a critical process as we respond to God’s call to serve the Other throughout our nation and the greater world.
Students, staff, faculty and the general public are invited.
Register and pay the $43 workshop fee by February 5.
The $43 fee covers our access to a globally normed database of the Cultural Intelligence Center and the production of a customized feedback report for each registrant.
The workshop will take place Friday, February 26 and Saturday, February 27 (both days) from 3 pm to 6 pm in the Emitte Center.
An alternate date is offered Saturday, March 2 from 8 am to 1 pm in AC 3302.
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