Continuing your Cultural Intelligence journey

Thank you very much for taking part in this course to develop your Cultural Intelligence. Congratulations on completing it.

As you know this course has been developed by Common Purpose. We are a not for profit which I started nearly 30 years ago because I am passionate about leadership, cities and the collaborative need for leaders across sectors and industries to work together to solve complex societal and organisational problems. We run leadership development courses across the world to inspire and equip people to cross different types of boundaries. Each year over 4,000 people become alumni of Common Purpose.

Given you have completed this course, we would like to invite you to apply to become an alumni of Common Purpose, and be part of our wider alumni community as you continue to build your Cultural Intelligence.

Benefits for all learners

  • Access, upon completion of your application below, to Common Purpose’s Massive Online Innovation Community (MOIC) – Common Purpose’s global network of 50,000 alumni. You must be over 18 years of age to access this platform. To access the MOIC please complete your application here

Benefits for younger learners

Last thought, I would very much like to get to know individuals who participated in Developing Cultural Intelligence for Leadership a bit better and would like to offer an opportunity to apply for a 1:1 Cultural Intelligence session with me to alumni of this course. There will be one available each month.

If you would like to apply for a 1:1 session with myself to learn together or to join our alumni network, please let us know here.

Remember also that if you have completed the majority of steps on the course, you will be eligible to purchase a Statement of Participation. This comes in the form of a printed and digital certificate.

Thank you again for all of your comments, discussion and input into the course over the past four weeks. It has been a wonderful experience to learn with you.

Love

Julia

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