Cultural Intelligence CQ For Us

 TRAINING EVENTS

 

 

 

19 November 2015

Idea Toss:  Article Critique Session

Developing Student Metacognition:  The Role of the Community College

Bermuda College Training Room

 

28 January 2016

Emotional Intelligence: From IQ and EQ to CQ

Bermuda College Training Room

 

11 February 2016

Bermuda College, Paget Bermuda

 

25th Annual Chair Leadership Academy Conference – April 2015

“What I know About Leadership, I Learned from Basketball” –a dynamic roundtable discussion of  leadership principles cast in the setting of Pearl High School Basketball Vignettes from the 1970s and 1980s

 

“Beyond Bricks and Mortar :  Building Effective Global Organizations”– a presentation of research conducted, distilled into the five aspects of cultural intelligence: 1) the Inter-generational Workplace, 2) Personal Identity Factors, 3) Cultural Identity Factors, 4) Job Identity Factors, and 5) the Quality of the CQ Exchange.  Relationship of the 5 aspects of CQ into best practice in higher education.

 

 

Society of Emotional Intelligence Annual Conference – October 2016

“Beyond Bricks and Mortar :  Building Effective Global Organizations”–presentation of collaborative  research on how to improve the student experience and drive retention and persistence. Focus will be on the compatibilities between Intelligence (IQ), Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Cultural Intelligence (CQ). This session will be co-presented with professors from Bowie State University and will feature results from the SYM-Q inventory.

 

Annual Chair Leadership Academy Conference – April 2016

“From CQ to SYM-Q™:  Increase Intercultural Competence at your Institution”– a presentation of research conducted by Dr. Ridley-Smith, Theorist with Researchers, Davitta Ealy, MS, Marsha Jackson, Ed.D., and Wendy Edmonds, Ph.D. presentation of research conducted in Bowie State University’s Master’s Degree Program in HRD, focusing on the application of the SYM-Q™ Model to student persistence to graduation.  Video Vignettes bring the SYM-Q™ Model to life with discussion of the 5 factors of SYM-Q™--1) the CQ Exchange, 2) Individual Identity Factors, 3) Cultural Identity Factors, 4) Job Identity Factors, and 5) the Inter-Generational Workplace.

 

Annual Chair Leadership Academy Conference – April 2017

SYM-Q™:  Helps University to Learn More About  Student Persistence”– a poster-session presentation of research conducted by Dr. Ridley-Smith, Theorist with Researchers, Davitta Ealy, MS, Marsha Jackson, Ed.D., and Wendy Edmonds, Ph.D. presentation of research conducted in Bowie State University’s Master’s Degree Program in HRD, focusing on the application of the SYM-Q™ Model to student persistence to graduation.

 

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