Cross Cultural Intelligence Course in Singapore
Cross Cultural Intelligence Training Course in Singapore
Culture is a part of a person’s identity embedded since childhood. In the workplace, cultural diversity is encountered not just among employees but in competitors and clients. An employee must be able to skillfully communicate and relate with others across cultures and it could be achieved by improving one’s cultural intelligence.
This Cross Cultural Intelligence workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Cross Cultural Intelligence.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Cross Cultural Intelligence course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Cross Cultural Intelligence workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Cross Cultural Intelligence course
- Employ cross cultural intelligence to tap into culturally diverse markets.
- Incorporate cross cultural intelligence in business to deliver high quality service to culturally diverse customers, patients, or students.
- Apply cross cultural intelligence in business processes to increase speed and efficiency.
- Incorporate cross cultural intelligence in business and gain productive global assignments.
- Apply cross cultural intelligence at the workplace and become an employer of choice.
- Incorporate cross cultural intelligence in business to realize profitability and cost savings.
- Apply cross cultural intelligence to enhance multicultural team effectiveness.
- Develop intercultural intelligence to facilitate employee growth and happiness at work.
- Apply cross cultural intelligence at work to encourage diversity awareness and reinforce inclusion.
- Employ cross cultural intelligence in human resources to hire and retain global
- Tap into social networks and learn the development of new business trends.
- Incorporate cross cultural intelligence to expand business growth globally through intercultural connectivity and sharing.
Below is the list of course objectives of our Cross Cultural Intelligence course
- Understand the meaning of cross cultural intelligence in the corporate world.
- Discover the components of cross cultural intelligence in corporate workplace.
- Learn the characteristics and components of cross-cultural intelligence in corporate world.
- Know how to overcome obstacles to developing and achieving cross-cultural intelligence.
- Understand the critical aspects of cross-cultural intelligence for corporate professionals.
- Understand the importance of cross-cultural intelligence in building corporate partnerships.
- Learn the strategies of building and sustaining cross-cultural intelligence for corporate professionals.
- Learn the process and steps of integrating cross-cultural intelligence in corporate structures.
- Know the ways of enhancing cross-cultural intelligence for corporate organizations.
- Understand the framework and structure of developing authenticity in the corporate world.
- Know the benefits of cross-cultural intelligence for corporate leadership and management.
- Learn the tools and methods of assessment for cross-cultural intelligence in corporate organizations.
Below is the list of course content of our Cross Cultural Intelligence training course
- What is the meaning of cross cultural intelligence in the corporate world?
- What are the components of cross cultural intelligence in corporate workplace?
- What are the characteristics and components of cross-cultural intelligence in corporate world?
- How do corporate overcome obstacles to developing and achieving cross-cultural intelligence?
- What are the critical aspects of cross-cultural intelligence for corporate professionals?
- Why is cross-cultural intelligence important in building corporate partnerships?
- What are the strategies of building and sustaining cross-cultural intelligence for corporate professionals?
- What are the process and steps of integrating cross-cultural intelligence in corporate structures?
- What are the ways of enhancing cross-cultural intelligence for corporate organizations?
- What is the framework and structure of developing authenticity in the corporate world?
- What are the benefits of cross-cultural intelligence for corporate leadership and management?
- What are the tools and methods of assessing cross-cultural intelligence in corporate organizations?
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Cross Cultural Intelligence course
Cross Cultural Intelligence Learner’s Guide
Cross Cultural Intelligence Key Takeaways Notes
Cross Cultural Intelligence Essentials Ebook
Cross Cultural Intelligence Course Handouts
Cross Cultural Intelligence 30-Day Action Plan
Cross Cultural Intelligence MindMaps Pack
Cross Cultural Intelligence PPT Slides Used During Course
Cross Cultural Intelligence Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Cross Cultural Intelligence E-Learning Course
Cross Cultural Intelligence Online Video Course
Cross Cultural Intelligence Essentials Audiobook
Cross Cultural Intelligence Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Cross Cultural Intelligence training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Cross Cultural Intelligence training course.
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Post Training Support: A vast majority of training does not have any effect beyond 120 days. To work, training has to have a strong pre- and post-training component. Post-training reinforcement helps individuals to recall the understanding and ask questions.
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Course Content: Knowles Training Institute’s material is relevant, of high quality and provide specific learning results. Participants will leave the training course feeling as they have gained a strong understanding and will also be in a position to execute what they have learned sensibly.
Course Development — The workshop modules follow a systematic and logical arrangement. This structure helps to ensure that the course material allows the facilitators to deliver the course in a logical arrangement. Consider the subjects as building bricks into learning, our facilitators slowly build towards a comprehensive picture of this entire topic.
Employees who maintain a high level of cultural intelligence perform an essential role in connecting divides and knowledge gaps in an organisation: teaching their peers about different cultures; shifting knowledge between otherwise different groups; and helping to build interpersonal connections.
The three components of cultural intelligence are the cognitive; the physical; and the emotional. Cultural intelligence remains in the body and the heart, including the head.
There are four CQ dimensions, according to Sternberg’s (1986) multiple-loci of intelligence theory: metacognitive, cognitive, motivational, and behavioural. Metacognitive CQ shows higher-order cognitive processes used to achieve and understand cultural knowledge (Flavell, 1979).
There is a research-based model of intelligence to help leaders work through intercultural dilemmas and create understanding and awareness across cultures. There are four parts: knowledge, strategic thinking, motivation, and behaviours.
In simple terms; Cultural Intelligence is the ability to relate and work efficiently across cultures. It is a skill that could be the answer to enabling leaders to do more than avoid conflict and misinterpretation but become more successful despite cultural differences.
Creating a supportive workforce will encourage emotional intelligence skills such as empathy, confidence and the development of diversity in success. Developing cultural intelligence facilitates happiness at work, encourages diversity awareness and strengthens inclusion and talent retention.
Five Ways to Build Cultural Intelligence
- Develop an awareness of self about others.
- Clean the state of mind.
- Develop an awareness of the biases towards other cultures and traditions.
- Put oneself in situations with people from different cultures.
Experts measure Cultural intelligence or CQ using a scale, similar to measuring an individual’s intelligence quotient. People with higher CQs are regarded as being more able to blend into any environment, using efficient business practices, compared to those with a lower CQ.
Cultural intelligence is a theory within psychology that studies the impact of an individual’s cultural background on their behaviour is essential for active business, and mapping an individual’s ability to engage successfully in any field.
Cultural intelligence is not unethical the reasons for which can be found in the definitions of these three phases. The whole idea behind cultural intelligence is that by improving it, you can better relate and better understand other cultures.
Cultural awareness helps us move beyond this. It is merely about helping us recognise how we can best adapt our approaches, ideas and decisions to guarantee we create positive outcomes in cross-cultural interactions. It is about understanding others’ cultures as well as our own.
Individuals with high Cultural Intelligence (CQ) show four core competencies: CQ Drive is a willingness to work with a diverse group of people. CQ Knowledge is an appreciation of culture and cultural differences. CQ Strategy is the ability to change one’s viewpoint and take alternative perspectives.
Cultural intelligence is more than cultural awareness and sensitivity; it is the capacity to relate to culturally diverse situations, in addition to working well in them.
Earley and Ang defined Cultural Intelligence as the capacity to adapt to new cultural settings. People with high CQ are not specialists in all kinds of culture. Instead, they have the abilities to go into new environments with courage and to make informed judgments based on observations and evidence.
Social intelligence means to understand oneself and to know others, a person’s competence to optimally interpret one’s environment and react appropriately for socially successful conduct, according to Sean Foleno.
Behaviour that is deemed intelligent in one culture may be viewed unintelligent in another culture, and vice versa. Further, people in different cultures have different theories of intelligence, which may not even mean the same thing by the word.
EQ is the capacity to recognise and manage emotions and that of others. CQ is the capacity to link to and communicate efficiently with people from different cultures.
Polychronic cultures are those in which multi-tasking and doing several things are valued as something positive. Brazil and France are two examples of polychronic cultures. Typical examples can be seen every day by the way people provide any kind of service at a counter or in restaurants.
Research shows that cultural intelligence is a more reliable predictor of success in diverse environments than cognitive ability, emotional intelligence (EQ), demographics, personality, and international experience. Cultural distance refers to the extent of the contrast between two cultures.
Cultural intelligence is the capacity for people, organisations, and businesses to link to culturally diverse situations and work efficiently in them.