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Cultural Intelligence: Why We Need to Develop & How (Basic on CQ)

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Using 10 latest movie clips in study and lecture on Cultural Intelligence by Dr. Tony Astro held on Wesleyan University.

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Cultural Intelligence: Why We Need to Develop & How (Basic on CQ)

  1. 1. Culture: HowWereWeShaped? CQ: Why We Need to Develop & How? (In The Movies) TheBasic of CulturalIntelligencepart 2
  2. 2. The Difference: Multi-Cultural, Cross-Cultural or Diversity  Videos: Shows when CQ is Low or Undeveloped.  Country represents high context culture vs. low context North American bias.  10 Cs: Progressions of Culture
  3. 3. The Difference: Multi-Cultural, Cross-Cultural or Diversity
  4. 4. The Difference: Multi-Cultural, Cross-Cultural or Diversity 1.Times are Changing 2.Lack of diversity? 3.Not knowing diversity? 4.Times are changing 5.It all concerns “all of us” 6.Reaction to change 7.Everyone, relax 8.We change our behavior and be nice when we see ”her coming” 9.This may take some time.
  5. 5. Knowledge, Skills, Education, IQ, EQ? What Matters?
  6. 6. Knowledge, Skills, Education, IQ, EQ? What Matters? Cultural intelligence was a stronger predictor of the cross-border effectiveness of Swiss military leaders than general intelligence or emotional intelligence.
  7. 7. In 59 seconds. Not more than 60 seconds please tell us your: name, culture (on how you define it) & why you are here or what you intend to get into.
  8. 8. Click: Prince Habibbu Disconnected, Uncaptured & Unconscious
  9. 9. Disconnected, Uncaptured & Unconscious Theworldhas becomea smallerplace. https://www.td.org/insights/leading-with-iq-eq-and-cq
  10. 10. Dan Published on Jun 30, 2011 After Connection: Bias, Stereotype, Prejudice
  11. 11. Dan Published on Jun 30, 2011 After Connection: Bias, Stereotype, Prejudice Nine in ten employers say having CQ in their skills base is key to improving the bottom line.
  12. 12. Jack is living in Japan for the first time, and must have dinner with his girlfriend's family. He knows nothing about Japanese culture, and so makes many mistakes while eating with them. How many mistakes does he make? Awkward, Counteract, Uncooperative, Shock, Overact
  13. 13. Awkward, Counteract, Uncooperative, Shock, Overact CQ is a skill for 21st post-global era in order to effectively manage and lead people.
  14. 14. Uncommon Ground, Uncultivated, Dissatisfy, Embarrasment NOT bashing the Hmong...the story as it unfolds reveals the character's learning and respect for them and their culture. In the end, he gives his LIFE to try to end some of their internal cultural difficulties. Best movie of all time, and one of latter year's Clint's best.
  15. 15. Uncommon Ground, Uncultivated, Dissatisfy, Embarrassment NOT bashing the Hmong...the story as it unfolds reveals the character's learning and respect for them and their culture. In the end, he gives his LIFE to try to end some of their internal cultural difficulties. Best movie of all time, and one of latter year's Clint's best. Curiosity Is as Important
  16. 16. Outsourced (John Jeffcoat) Unadjust, Deceptive, Misunderstanding, Unanswered Questions, Unclarified We life in a globalized world, it has become crucial to be to communicate efficiently with business partners around the globe. Therefor you need to understand foreign cultures on different levels.
  17. 17. Unadjusted, Deceived, Misunderstanding, Unanswered Questions, Unclarified improve CQ, PROVES: ✓ More Effective Communication Across Cultures ✓ Enhanced Job Performance ✓ Improved Creativity and Innovation ✓ Increased Profitability and Cost- Savings
  18. 18. José Miguel Prieto Bobadilla Published on Mar 30, 2014 International Negotiation - Hosftede dimensions Godfather – Al Pacino Uncooperative, Cultural Clash, Hypocrisy (Low vs High Context)
  19. 19. 0:00 "might as well drink with strangers" "We only eat cats"~ 1:09 "what am I doing wrong?" 1:34 "It's a cultural things" 2:48 "family shaman" Gran Torino – Clint Eastwood Aloofness, Unsociability, Antagonism, Animosity
  20. 20. Hunt (Michael Keaton) makes a presentation to the Japanese automakers and continually puts his foot in his mouth. Laughing Stock, Lost of Confidence, Ambiguity
  21. 21. Cultural Diversity: Avoid cultural stereotypes while talking to people from other cultures. Multi Cultural Communication made easy: stop prejudging, assuming and antagonizing Where Are You From? What Are You? How Are You? Positive Revolution Published on Feb 9, 2014
  22. 22. People Move. People Change. Cultural Intelligence Takes Some Time To Develop. It starts when we become mindful.

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