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LeadershipCQ

Inclusive leadership and cultural intelligence

Photography by Felix Von Muralt

How to
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Diversity & Inclusion
workshop

June 22, 29 and July 6, 13 
2pm - 6pm CET

At LeadershipCQ we promote diversity and inclusion in business and all related ecosystems. Because we know that diversity well managed is an infinite source of business growth and success.

WHY
 

Today, organizations face a spectrum of diversity. At Leadership CQ we believe in the infinite potential of a mix of individuals, identities, talents, experiences and perspectives in the world and in the workforce.

70% of company mergers failures are due to cultural differences. Diversity well managed through Inclusion unleashes performance.

HOW

Beyond well-intended corporate programs, a company can only realize the benefits of diversity when inclusive practices are integrated in the everyday behaviors of its employees and modeled by its leadership.

LeadershipCQ provides intercultural expertise and services to individuals and organizations wanting to better navigate through today's global economy. 

We share powerful tools to boost diverse team performance by grooming a culture of inclusion in the workplace.

WHAT

Understand the brain mechanisms that drive exclusive behavior in our every day lives.

An unusual bond combined with a shared commitment to drive change created a common project: LeadershipCQ.

WHO

Our team combines senior management experience of diverse teams around the world with solid academic and research background as well as extensive pedagogical knowledge.

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Don't Mess with My Professionalism!
How to Resolve Conflict Across Cultures

Questioning others’ professionalism invites an immediate negative reaction that many international executives have when they are facing a behavior which is culturally different from theirs and which they don’t understand in the workplace.
‘Professionalism’ becomes the alibi for imposing one’s cultural views of the world and of the workplace. ‘Professionalism’ becomes the alibi for ethnocentrism which in turn jeopardizes relationships at work and reduces chances of success in the evergrowing multicultural business world. Such phenomenon may help explain why 70% of Merger and Acquisitions that fail, are due to cultural differences, whether these may be corporate or national.

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Virtuel, Vertueux, Virtuose
 

At the heart of post-Covid organizations' challenges. This collective book brings a powerful reflexion combined with practical tips on the profound changes that virtuality has brought to the work place and ways to embrace that change successfully: working practices, team management, innovation, leadership, e.learning, cultural differences. English Translation underway.

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LeadershipCQ (Cultural Quotient)


LET'S TALK
 

We'd love to hear from you - you can email us at
contact@leadershipcq.com

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