In our increasingly global and inter-culturally complex workplaces, it is clear that there are complex cultural elements that any coach must recognize, understand, and address!
Establish your third cultural space early in the coaching relationship, making sure that it reflects something of those you coach as well as something of yourself.
The prevalent ideas of motivation in executive coaching need some remapping, and cultural drivers should be tapped into.
Over the course of many years, Knowledgworkx has identified which steps along the way allow ICI practitioners to become successful.
As an investment in your coaches and a tool for your corporate training toolbox, ICI Certification soon shows its value in a number of ways.
November 2015, Dubai: A small group of people gathered together from Asia, from Africa, and from the Middle East for an intense four-day Inter-Cultural Intelligence Certification course.
You may be a terrific coach with a substantial track record for developing terrific teams. But is that enough in a global environment?
KnowledgeWorkx brings a powerful, holistic philosophy to its Everything DiSC Certification process, including Team Dimensions and Time Mastery. Over three days, you will be exposed to a way of thinking that has proven to be the best way to understand people-development in inter-cultural settings.
Coaching in the workplace must engage three sides of personal development in order to effectively address behavior and create meaningful and lasting change: the personality, the emotions, and culture.
Implement specific mechanisms to increase the impact and value of learning within your organization
This is part 2 in a series about Inter-Cultural Intelligence and Psychometric Tools. Part 1 is How to use psychometric assessments to provide a third voice in coaching.
When used appropriately Psychometric Assessments can act as a neutral party, an impartial source of reference and feedback in an intercultural coaching journey. Part 2 of this article: How to use the third voice when coaching in an intercultural setting.
Unlocking motivation helps you create a 3rd Cultural Space in which a coaching relationship can thrive.
A geographically international company sets its sights on becoming a globally-minded company through Inter-Cultural Intelligence.