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CQ Drive

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Jussi Vainio

on 14 March 2013

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Do you have the confidence and motivation to work through the challenges and conflict that inevitably accompany cross-cultural situations? Do you have the confidence and drive to work through the challenges and conflict that inevitably accompany cross-cultural situations? Improving Your CQ Drive Three specific areas of CQ Drive Intrinsic:
This is the extent to which you demonstrate a natural interest and enjoyment in multicultural experiences. A high score means you’re energized and enthused by the chance to explore different cultures. A low score means you don’t derive enjoyment from culturally diverse experiences in and of themselves.
This is the extent to which you see tangible benefits from multicultural interactions and experiences. A high score means you think multicultural work helps build respect and accelerate success in your career or other pursuits. A low score means you don’t give much thought to the external benefits of multicultural experiences.
This is your level of confidence in doing cross-cultural work effectively. A high score means you expect to succeed in a cross-cultural encounter, and a low score means you’re uncertain and maybe even anxious about how you will behave in multicultural situations. The extent to which you’re energized and persistent in your approach to culturally diverse situations. It includes your sense of self-confidence in your abilities as well as your sense of the rewards—both tangible and intangible— The ability to be personally engaged and proceed through cross-cultural challenges is one of the most novel and important aspects of cultural intelligence. Culture intelligence/CQ Intrinsic:
1. Face your biases.
2. Connect with existing interests.
3. Scare yourself.
4. Visualize success.
5. Reward yourself.
6. Recharge your batteries.
7. Maintain control.
8. Travel. 1. Face Your Biases
An important strategy for enhancing CQ Drive is admitting the implicit prejudices and biases we have toward certain groups of people and working to overcome them.
2. Connect with Existing Interests
Most of our interests exist in some form among a variety of cultures.
3. Scare Yourself
There’s a reason why so many politicians and marketers use fear to motivate us. One way you can use fear to develop your CQ Drive is by visualizing the cost of not becoming more culturally intelligent.
4. Visualize Success
Benefits from high CQ: cross-cultural adjustment, job performance, personal satisfaction, and profitability. 5. Reward Yourself
Rewarding yourself for reaching goals is a strong way to increase your motivation.
6. Recharge Your Batteries
Perhaps the best thing you can do to enhance your CQ Drive is to take a nap. Sleep, exercise, and healthy eating are one of the ways to increase your energy level.
7. Maintain Control
When you feel like you have less control; for example, because you’re on an international trip where you’re entirely dependent on a host to get you around and communicate; it often feels threatening.
8. Travel
Multiple experiences traveling and interacting cross-culturally create an enhanced sense of familiarity, comfort, and confidence for you in future intercultural interactions. CQ Drive by Team Jussies Examples of CQ issues from the article: Robert's reluctance to travel back home to the south side of Chicago, to his interactions with his daughter and his assumptions about what would make a good administrative assistant.
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