The Competitive Tool of the Future Cultural Intelligence, CQ, is the ability to engage, navigate and effectively work in culturally diverse teams and organizations. Opportunities: The world is becoming smaller, the economic powers are shifting from West to East and from North to South, the Western world is aging, and emerging economies like India, China, and Nigeria are rising. The future employee and the future customer are significantly different from the one we know today. Global trends are creating new and gigantic opportunities, but how equipped are today's leaders and businesses equipped to unlock these opportunities?
Benefits of CQ: Cultural intelligence is a tool that helps leaders and their to:
Appeal and engage an increasingly diverse and mobile talent pool.
Understand the new and affluent customers and gain diverse market share locally and internationally.
Go above and beyond compliance and CSR index to become a brand of choice.
Anoushka shares why CQ is one of the most important skills for leaders, teams, and to become future-ready. She shares her 5-step framework on how to build CQ in .
Anoushka is the former CEO of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, a leading global youth program. Anoushka speaks six languages, has lived and worked across Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia, with global brands such as la Oreal, Gide Nouel. She is the Vice-President of the Australia India Business Council in Victoria and Chair of Women in Business Chapter. As a Board Director, Speaker, Facilitator and Mentor, Anoushka combines her background as a CEO, Economist, Certified Coach with her 20 years of global work experience to help leaders and businesses become future-ready.
For Anoushka, the future is diverse and intersectional that we live in societies, with increasingly diverse talent and consumer, Anoushka helps leaders and businesses build cultural intelligence and inclusive diversity to thrive in the modern world, through . has been for its innovative vision and is the winner of the 2018 Westpac 200 Businesses of Tomorrow Award.
Anoushka led a session for 150 students exploring what cultural diversity and leadership mean in a globalised world and workforce. Using practical and personal examples, she helped the students think about how to lead without a title and what the word leadership means to different cultures. Her session received positive feedback.
It has indeed been a pleasure to sit through your session. You are a trainer who keeps the attendees hooked to the sessions.