The #1 predictor for success when working in a today's diverse and cross-cultural business environment.

Cross Cultural Challenges

Are you…

  • hindered by cross-cultural misunderstandings?
  • challenged by multi-cultural leadership problems in your organization?
  • having trouble successfully relocating expat executives?

You are not alone!

  • 70% of international ventures fail due to cultural misunderstandings.
  • 90% of leading executives from 68 countries named multi-cultural leadership as their top management challenge.
  • $700,000 is the average first year expense of relocating an expat, many of whom fail.

If I could help you and your team increase your chances of winning in today's multi-cultural world, would you let me?


CQ Coaching and Training

I conduct Cultural Intelligence coaching, assessments and training one on one or for larger groups.

Why you need CQ (Cultural Intelligence)

It's a Global Economy

Success in today’s globalized economy requires cultural awareness and an ability to adapt to different cultures. This kind of awareness and capability can be measured and evaluated. It’s quantified as your cultural intelligence (CQ).


Function Effectively Anywhere

What is CQ? It is the capability to function effectively in a variety of national, ethnic, and organizational cultures. Although similar to IQ and EQ, CQ is unique because it focuses specifically upon the skills and capabilities needed to succeed internationally and in multicultural domestic contexts.


It's the No. 1 Predictor for Success

Cultural Intelligence (CQ ) is now the No. 1 predictor for success in the borderless world. Individuals and Organizations that assess and develop CQ are experiencing many important outcomes, like more effective cross-cultural adjustment, enhanced job performance, improved personal well-being, and profitability.

Who Uses Cultural Intelligence?

Coca-Cola and IATA

integrate cultural intelligence as a key part of driving new business initiatives.


utilizes cultural intelligence to assess and train recruiters to find high-achieving individuals across the world.

Bank of America

used cultural intelligence to improve the merger with Merrill Lynch.

Other companies and institutions use cultural intelligence to

  • improve the effective completion of global projects
  • leverage the potential of cultural diversity
  • drive sales and service
  • prepare executives for overseas assignments
  • overcome fatigue and burnout
  • expand into new markets

Create a winning team in today's global economy.


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