The purpose of this paper is to explore how cultural intelligence (CQ) and emotional intelligence (EI) can assist with navigating the complexities associated with diversity in the workplace.
This paper was developed through a comprehensive literature review related to the constructs of EI and CQ.
The authors focused on the conceptualization and evolution of the intelligence types as reflected in the literature, examine research that connects the intelligence types with issues of the workplace, and its contributions when used in a diverse workplace for improving organizational outcomes and access and inclusion of underrepresented cultural and social groups.
This paper explores the constructs of EQ and CQ and specifically the value the constructs may provide to individuals and organizations. Further, means of developing CQ and EI are discussed
Clark, J. and Polesello, D. (2017), "Emotional and cultural intelligence in diverse workplaces: getting out of the box", Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 49 No. 7/8, pp. 337-349. https://doi.org/10.1108/ICT-06-2017-0040Download as .RIS
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