Sunday, 19 February 2017 15:46

Trust and the workplace coaching journey

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!

Published in Global Intelligence

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.

Published in Global Intelligence
Sunday, 13 November 2016 00:13

What went wrong?

As we explained in Part 1, having engaged the services of a terrific web development company who mapped out and carefully documented all our requirements ahead of time according to our specifications, we were very hopeful until things unexpectedly fell apart, both transactionally and relationally.

Published in Global Intelligence
Sunday, 06 November 2016 03:09

KnowledgeWorkx enters uncharted territory

This story took place several years ago. We had just made the decision to build our brand by enhancing our online presence.

Published in Global Intelligence
Sunday, 14 August 2016 07:43

Assessments in IC Settings: Y/N? Part 3

Another reason why Inter-Cultural Intelligence matters!

Published in Personal Development
Sunday, 07 August 2016 00:01

Assessments in IC Settings: Y/N? Part 2

Again, comprehensive assessments can be useful tools! “Getting to the bottom of” your team, learning together what sort of strengths and focus areas might be influencing a team's performance both relationally and transactionally—these can be highly valuable exercises. But as useful as comprehensive assessments can be, they will inevitably cause challenges in intercultural contexts.

Published in Personal Development

KnowledgeWorkx provides this insightful and effective Specialized Workplace Learning Solution as we expand our partnership with Wiley to include this new program.

Published in News

Are assessments helpful? Does their helpfulness depend on what construct is being assessed—e.g., personality differences, behavior styles, strengths and focus areas, etc.? Can they be as beneficial in intercultural situations as they are in mono-cultural settings? How might Inter-Cultural Intelligence and an understanding of the Three Colors of Worldview inform how we create and administer assessments?

Published in Personal Development
Sunday, 17 July 2016 09:26

"Openness" is not always better

From time to time, we share stories that illustrate lessons we have learned while facilitating workshops or developing global leaders. Our consultants and coaches certainly have not "arrived," and learning from our own and others' mistakes is part of the ongoing benefit of pursuing Inter-Cultural Intelligence Certification. Here is one of those stories—a tale of a temporary fail that happily resulted in a permanent improvement.

Published in Global Intelligence
Sunday, 10 July 2016 09:54

Aligning Intercultural Teams, Part 2

For at least two decades, high-performance teaming and optimal alignment have been trending in the field of team leadership and development. Leaders who can align and motivate teams to perform effectively and efficiently are always going to be in high demand.

Published in Management
Sunday, 03 July 2016 08:44

Aligning Intercultural Teams, Part 1

There are multiple angles from which to look at leadership team alignment, but applying Inter-Cultural Intelligence takes it to a whole new (and increasingly necessary) level.

Published in Management

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