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LIBERTY UNIVERSITYSCHOOL OF DIVINITYResearch PaperPart 1 & 2Submitted to Dr. Kenneth NehrbassIn partial fulfillment of the requirements ofGLST-650Intercultural Communication and EngagementByTodd BushApril 19, 20201
Table of ContentsIntroduction ...……………………………………………………………………3Research Part 1 ……………………….………………………………………….4Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………….6Research Part 2 …………………………………………………………………..7Cross-cultural communication effectiveness of my ministry using CQ ...………7Elements of intercultural communication …………………………………….….7i.High-context and Low-context communication approaches ………….…7ii.Indirect and Direct Communication Approaches ………………………..9Bibliography ……………………………………………………………………102
IntroductionCultural Intelligence (CQ) is interpreted as the capability to engage effectively in different cultural settings. Cultural Intelligence provides leaders a complete collection and perspective which can be implemented to several cultural situations. It has been visible to forecast preparation and success, to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds. Culture is integral because it makes sure that people are ready from all walks of life also elaborates on how to acknowledge to their own environment. Culture is a segment of our development, and it influences our character, nature, and mannerisms. It influences the way we manage our business our decision-making journey and capability. Cultural Intelligence has the ability to function in intercultural settings. It is hardly about apprehension of individuals internally and externally when communicating with people of diverse cultures and interacting with people who have diverse views. The book entitled Leading with Cultural Intelligence by David Livermore states, “Leaders high in CQ knowledge have a rich, well-organized understanding of culture and how it affects the way people think and behave. CQ Drive is the extent to which you are energized and persistent in your approach to multicultural situations. It includes your self-confidence in your ability as well as your sense of the benefits you will gain from intercultural interactions.” Livermore talks about the four main components of cultural intelligence in his book.1. CQ Drive (motivation): Confidence, drive and interest to adapt cultural diversity. 2. CQ Knowledge (cognition): Understanding intercultural norms and differences. 3.CQ Action: (behavioral): Changing nonverbal and verbal actions correctly when communicating cross-culturally. 4 CQ Strategy (metacognition): Making sense ofdifferent cultural experiences and then planning accordingly. 3
Research Part 1As I reflect some light on my personal cultural intelligence, I began to understand that I learned a lot more about myself than I already knew before. This assessment helped me discover my strengths and weakness in conquering the challenges of working and interaction with people of diverse cultures. This is so evaluative to developing cultural consciousness and cultural

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