Training takes place online via Zoom. Delegates must attend both days.
24 November and 1 December 2022, 10.00 – 13.00 (Please register by 3 November 2022)
There is a growing body of research which shows that one of the key differences between leaders and teams that succeed in today’s diverse and international organisations, and those that don’t, is cultural intelligence (CQ).
There has been over two decades of academic research into CQ which is changing how individuals and organisations are approaching diversity, inclusion and global engagement across the world.
In our complex, diverse and international universities, as professionals we have to relate and work effectively across organisational, local and international differences.
This programme is designed to give us the framework, challenge, support and reflective time to develop our cultural intelligence in order to enhance inclusion in our international university.
What is involved?
Stage 1: Increasing a person’s CQ begins with taking an assessment.
You will be invited to take an assessment in cultural intelligence, and you will receive a personal feedback report.
The assessments will provide feedback on the 4 capabilities, 13 sub dimensions and 10 cultural values. The assessments are from the Cultural Intelligence Center.
Stage 2: Learning
There will be two half day workshops.
The workshops will be interactive and encourage self-reflection and setting personal learning goals. It is based on leading academic research in the field of CQ. The values of ICL will be interwoven throughout the workshop to make relevant connections.
Throughout the workshops participants will be encouraged to share their opportunities and challenges on the theme of enhancing and sustaining inclusion in your international university context; develop, or deepen, knowledge of cultural intelligence, explore cultural values and question how they will use the learning.
Stage 3: Coaching
Each participant will have the opportunity for an individual coaching session to debrief their CQ Feedback report and consider what they want to take from the programme and how they will implement it.
Who Should Attend
This course is aimed at managers, P.I.s, academics, those with student facing roles, and department managers.
- Two half day workshops
- Facilitated by an external trainer: Lucy Butters, Elembee
- No charge for Imperial staff
- Platform - Zoom
Netiquette for online training
- To create a safe space for sharing and discussion it is important for delegates to be fully present and an active participant. For some of our training sessions, you will be required to keep your video cameras on. Please ensure that prior to attending the workshop you have a fully functioning camera and microphone. If you are having issues with your equipment, please contact us as soon as possible.
- Please ensure that you are in a private space where you can maintain confidentiality and the privacy of delegates.
- To maintain confidentiality delegates will be asked to agree to keep what is said in the group, within the group, and not record or take screenshots/photos without permission. In addition to not post pictures or quotes from the session on social media or elsewhere without express permission of those involved.