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This is not the end

“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.” - Albert Einstein

Cultural Intelligence is continually developed over time, as we experience new things, embark on new adventures and as we meet and interact with people from around the world.

As we continue in this pursuit what would be the key advice that you would offer to yourself, taking into account what we have discussed over the past 4 weeks?

Create your very own shortened quote board on the topic of developing Cultural Intelligence.

What are the 3 quotes that represent your experiences on this course which explain:

  1. Where you are now in terms of developing Cultural Intelligence? What have you done that has worked for you so far?
  2. Where do you go from here to continue with your Cultural Intelligence journey?

Some things you might like to consider could be quotes that reflect:

  • What you have discovered about Core?
  • What you have learned to Flex?
  • Your key piece of leadership learning or A-HA moment?
  • How you have broadened your networks?
  • Your approach to making better decisions?
  • Your approach to driving bold innovation in order to solve problems?

Add your quotes in the comments section below or to our Padlet wall, making sure to include your FutureLearn profile name. Use password: DevelopingCQ16

Using Padlet

Double click to add a new post, or drag a file from your computer. On touch devices, tap and hold for a second before starting to drag. At the bottom of the post, there are options to add a link, upload a video file, or take a picture from webcam.

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Developing Cultural Intelligence for Leadership

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