Most adults own a cell phone, so it follows that most workers will have a mobile device of some kind. And we always have them close at hand.
Given the growing multi-cultural nature of today’s global business world, it is crucial to develop culturally intelligent leaders.
It’s 6:30 on a Sunday morning and I’ve just tiptoed downstairs, made a coffee and sat down to write. I am Donna Jones and I flex all of the time.
So you’ve probably heard about emotional intelligence (EQ), a key tool in a leader’s toolkit. But what have you heard of cultural intelligence (CQ)?
Recently a colleague was relaying a conversation she’d had with another woman regarding how they both prefer working for male CEOs.
He was literally leaping up the stage stairs. “C’mon everyone, let’s get those energy levels back up!” Far too Tony Robins for this small event. “Everyone, stand up!”
I was curious when approached to contribute to EX Journal as usually I am banging on about diversity and inclusion. Yes, remember that?
I'm not sure if I buy into the whole concept of EX. Now, I'm an idiot. But if we keep asking employers to solve problems, we perpetuate a system that always lets employees down.