The Relationship of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) with IQ and EQ


 
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The Relationship of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) with IQ and EQ
Anneke Zwart, Student (University), Netherlands, Moderator
Personal characteristics - such as cognitive ability and emotional intelligence - facilitate the process of acquiring particular types of information. But when you're working in an international or intercultural environment, these two characteristics are not sufficient. In such circumstances Cultural Intelligence (CQ) is needed as well.
In fact, CQ can have a reinforcing effect on both your cognitive abilities and your EQ. How?
- Cognitive abilities. These include the ability to solve problems, to explain and think in an abstract way so that certain types of information can be processed accurately.
However, there is one specific important weakness if CQ is not present simultaneously: cognitive abilities do not entail the ability to proce...Sign up
 

 
(When) Cultural Intelligence is Needed
Joanne Filancia, Student (Other), Denmark, Member
I wholeheartedly agree. CQ requires that you process information both cognitively and emotionally with a particular awareness and understanding of one...Sign up
 

 
Cross-cultural Studies and Cultural Intelligence
Metin , Student (MBA), Turkey, Member
The way you describe CQ is well constructed.
Since the world is getting smaller, as a natural consequence of increasing international commerce an...Sign up
 

 
Diversification
Eyal Policar, Entrepreneur, Israel, Member
Perfect.. Well said.. Culture is about understanding diversification and that entails CQ. By the way isn't the acronym for emotional intelligence - EI...Sign up
 

 
Cross Cultural Communications
Bill Johnson, United States, Member
I was assigned to The Netherlands twice for three years each time. The second time I was assigned as an Exchange soldier to the Dutch army. I taught C...Sign up
 

 
Personality Includes All Qs
swamy, Professor, India, Member
A good thought!, congrats!
Ultimately it tells about the personality that you look for when solving any problem, either it be business, family, g...Sign up
 

 
Cultural Intelligence in EQ and IQ
Charles Alter, Consultant, United States, Member
Very interesting discussion about adding Cultural Intelligence to the better understood realms of IQ and Emotional Intelligence.
Personally, I be...Sign up
 

 
Cultural Intelligence versus Emotional Intelligence
antonio esquivias villalobos, Teacher, Spain, Member
Muy interesante y clara la afirmación. Sin embargo siempre me he preguntado si la EQ es intercultural o no. Desde luego hay muchos aspectos de la expr...Sign up
 

 
IQ, EQ and CQ; a Symbiotic Relationship
richard lopez, Student (University), United States, Member
An interesting topic. I have not considered CQ as a separate intelligence compared to IQ or EQ which both have been critically researched resulting in...Sign up
 

 
EQ, CQ and Cultural Awareness
Alejandro Torres, Management Consultant, Colombia, Member
Indeed the issue here is that EQ should not be used in any human interaction regardless of geographic-cultural differences. There is a tool developed ...Sign up
 

 
Communications, Media, Cross-Cultural @ Ethics Major Studies
deborah rodriguez, Student (University), United States, Member
I am a student of life and an academic professional in communication studies where multi-cultural relationships are a mainstay and required area of st...Sign up
 

 
Understanding Culture
sam katz, United States, Member
Cognitive Intell = the ability/skill to "think" through a problem/situation
Emotional Intell = the ability/skill to "rationally" behave or act th...Sign up
 

 
Is Cultural Intelligence a Separate Subsystem of Kaheman´s System 1?
karl writer, Director, Russian Federation, Member
In the book "Thinking: fast and slow" Daniel Kahneman wrote. We...Sign up
 

 
Influence of Cultural Quotient on IQ and EQ
kvssiyer, Consultant, India, Member
EQ and IQ have definite influence on the CQ. And likewise CQ also influences the other two.
But with the advancement in IQ and EQ the cultural qu...Sign up
 

 
Interaction between IQ, EQ and CQ
vincenzo de vera, Manager, Italy, Member
All Qs interact with one another in a very personal and often unpredictable way.
And surely where CQ takes a rather dominant position is in relat...Sign up
 

 
Cultural Intelligence Elements
Maryam Bidmeshgipour, Student (Other), Malaysia, Member
@Bill Johnson: Thanks for sharing your experience. Will you explain more on DiSC? I'm more into finding the CQ elem...Sign up
 

 
Cultural Elements
Maryam Bidmeshgipour, Student (Other), Malaysia, Member
@Alejandro Torres: Thanks for your comments. I feel it's time we add additional elements to Hofstede's work, while ...Sign up
 

 
Phenomenological Concept of Emotional Intelligence
karl writer, Director, Russian Federation, Member
In many respects it is a terminology question. If emotional intelligence is taken and understood narrowly as the ability to adequately understand emot...Sign up
 

 
Cultural Intelligence Feedback
De Monte, Canada, Member
Agree, with a proviso/assumption/presumption. The management risk, issue and concern is commitment.
Then, are employees willing and able to apply...Sign up
 

 
Norming and C-E-I Quing
Vincent Miholic, Manager, United States, Member
Always illustrative to return to classic definitions: The study of our own lives and ways of thinking..., culture is a form of communication (Edward. ...Sign up
 

 
Fertile Ground for Deep Research
Onyangore Peter Ogendi, Teacher, Kenya, Member
This is a well thought and fertile ground for further research. When one has a strong EQ I believe that person is better equiped to deal with cultural...Sign up
 

 
Phenomenological Concept of Emotional Intelligence
deborah rodriguez, Student (University), United States, Member
@Karl Writer: I can appreciate your post on the value of empathy and whether it is classified as an emotion. I woul...Sign up
 

 
CQ is a Separate Intelligence from IQ and EQ
karl writer, Director, Russian Federation, Member
The brain can process information rapidly (instincts, reflexes, emotions) or slowly (thinking, learning and logical problems).
Daniel Kahneman ca...Sign up
 

 
 


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