Leading with Cultural Intelligence: The New Secret to Success

Leading with Cultural Intelligence The New Secret to Success Why are some leaders able to create trust and negotiate contracts with Chinese Latin Americans and Germans all in the same day while others are barely able to manage the diversity in their own offi

  • Title: Leading with Cultural Intelligence: The New Secret to Success
  • Author: David Livermore
  • ISBN: 9780814414873
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Why are some leaders able to create trust and negotiate contracts with Chinese, Latin Americans, and Germans all in the same day, while others are barely able to manage the diversity in their own offices The answer lies in their cultural intelligence, or CQ Packed with practical tools, research, and case studies, Leading with Cultural Intelligence breaks new ground, offeWhy are some leaders able to create trust and negotiate contracts with Chinese, Latin Americans, and Germans all in the same day, while others are barely able to manage the diversity in their own offices The answer lies in their cultural intelligence, or CQ Packed with practical tools, research, and case studies, Leading with Cultural Intelligence breaks new ground, offering today s global workforce a specific, four step model to becoming adept at managing across cultures Drive show the interest and confidence to adapt cross culturally Knowledge understand how differences such as religion, family, education, legal, and economic influences affect the way people think and behave Strategy monitor, analyze, and adjust plans in unfamiliar cultural setting Action choose the right verbal and nonverbal behaviors, depending on context Practical and insightful, this indispensable guide shows leaders how to connect across any cultural divide, including national, ethnic, and organizational cultures.

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    1. Hesham Wahby

      The book is a great motivation to think about leadership in terms of a cultural context, whether that is national culture, organizational culture or nuances of culture within a society. It also gives some very good advice, and summary framework in which to approach the topic practically.However, the 4-step Cycle tool at times feels a bit artificial, and that it is so obvious that it can apply to anything. This is not such a bad thing, as any good tool can usually be re-purposed in other contexts [...]

    2. Alex Fazel

      IQ, EQ and now CQ due to our ever-changing global world. Cultural intelligence is a MASSIVE component to acquire in order to succeed with any culture. CONCERN: The main concern I have with this book is the author spends way too much time and energy on WHY it's important I assume that most people who are willing to PAY MONEY for it are already mostly sold on the significance of CQ. One chapter on the "why" is MORE than enough My TIPS: SKIP straight to chapter 4 and 5 because you can access empiri [...]

    3. Aalok Gupta

      Simple and useful- It explains CQ in a simple way with tools we can use- Really useful for people who work with multiple nationalities - Ticks most of the boxes for me who is Executive in an MNC dealing with multiple nationalities. Would have loved to have more examples about cultures.

    4. Julianne

      This was a very thorough, interesting, and research-based book! (And that's a hard combo to pull off.) I learned a lot + I'm glad I read it.

    5. Affad Shaikh

      The book is a wonderful read for those who are in need of some help understanding how to maneuver through cultural exchanges. I for one found myself very interested in reading about Dr. Livermores interactions in international settings and the observations he made within those experiences. Most important, though, were his suggestions about those particular examples. Ranging from how Westerners don't understand other cultures and the impact that has on business to how things aren't as simple as a [...]

    6. E

      Cultural intelligence is the new leadership requirementThe boundaries between countries and cultures blur more each day. After all, you can buy a Starbucks latte at the airport in Guam or Shanghai. Advances in communication, the Web and global expansion have made the world even smaller. But don’t be fooled, cautions consultant and trainer David Livermore. You can’t do business in São Paulo the same way as in Munich, even if you are drinking the same latte. Livermore doesn’t teach the cust [...]

    7. Cynthia Kepler-Karrer

      There is some quite helpful information in here, though it requires quite a bit of translating to a faith context. Also, in the midst of identifying multiple cultures that might have an effect on interactions, he fails to identify socio-economic cultures. In other words, the book assumes a middle to upper class audience as well as cross-cultural connections which will never breach the boundaries of socio-economic class, which is not at all the case for many of us in urban ministry. Finally, ther [...]

    8. Glenn Williams

      This is an easy to read, thorough book on Cultural intelligence (CQ), and why it is a must to develop in this area if you are interested in working in global management or cross-culturally.Livermore presents a Four dimensional model of cultural intelligence:• CQ Drive (Motivation) – Intrinsic, Extrinsic, Self-Efficacy• CQ Knowledge (Cognitive) – Cultural systems, norms & values• CQ Strategy (Metacognitive) – Awareness, Planning, Checking• CQ Action (Behavioral) – Verbal, Nonv [...]

    9. Jana Crea

      There's a lot of good stuff in this book, but it reads so much like over-zealous marketing and advertising that it got old. The first third was all about how important this isyada, yada, yada. The second part told the good stuff and the last third was trying to convince the reader the purchase was not in vain.

    10. Shane

      I loved the practical strategies and relatable examples of this book. It was a quick read with consistent application and interwoven strategies throughout. As I read this one, my highlighter was nearbyere are so many nuggets to pull out of this!

    11. Seth Holler

      PD with the faculty at work. Preface would have put me to sleep if his tone were less frantic.We didn't finish it.

    12. Sharon Noorman

      A must read for conducting business in a cross cultural global world. Livermore relates CQ in an easy to understand and adapt manner.

    13. Elizabeth

      Good overview/framework for considering why cultural intelligence is important, and how you can increase awareness and develop better "CQ" over time.

    14. Ali Crain

      Lot of good info for those working or looking to work internationally or even with multicultural teams.

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