Cultural Intelligence has resulted in one of our most profitable leadership development initiatives. The program has helped build bridges across different cultures and has played a direct role in the growth of business in emerging markets.
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
Cultural intelligence (CQ) measures the capability to function effectively in a variety of national, ethnic and organizational settings. Additional seminars have recently been added for January, February and March 2014, with openings now available.
“Attendees will gain a broad understanding and valuable skills to enhance cross-cultural awareness and help develop the necessary tools to catapult companies or individuals to global leadership while increasing revenues through the in-depth learning of cultural intelligence,” said Chief Protocol Officer Maggie Finneran-Geilim.
Designed for high-ranking executives, diplomats, professionals, government officials, and business people, the training seminars focus on topics such as introductions, first impressions, administrative systems, dining etiquette, social networking and protocol competencies. All lessons reinforce emotional intelligence fortitude thereby increasing the ability to attain goals either through marketing products, selling an idea or concept, seeking investors, or simply to interface and accomplish ones goals.
“Cultural intelligence (CQ) measures the capability to function effectively in a variety of national, ethnic and organizational settings,” said Chief Etiquette Officer, Celeste Jones. “CQ can be assessed and enhanced based on people’s interactions, efforts and experiences which will be showcased throughout our seminars.”
"Cultural intelligence has resulted in one of our most profitable leadership development initiatives. Over 200 of International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) top leaders have been assessed and trained in CQ. The program has helped IATA build bridges across different cultures and has played a direct role in the growth of our business in emerging markets." – Guido Gianasso, Vice President of Human Capital, IATA
Qualified leaders in the global field, Finneran-Geilim and Jones unite to facilitate the educational seminars. With over 15 years experience in international business development and brand management from Finneran-Geilim and numerous acclamations for her engaging and interactive seminars that range from ABC, NBC, CSNBC, The New York Times, and The Chicago Tribune from Jones, the two make a powerful duo.
For more information on registering or learning about Cultural CQ, please visit http://www.culturalcq.com.