This week’s combination of resources and articles offers insights and practical resources to help you equip yourself with the skill required in these disruptive times, as well as for the Future of Work.

  • In this week’s insights, Buhle Dlamini talks about ‘Leveraging Your Team Diversity with CQ – Cultural Intelligence.’⁠ Discover how CQ can help you navigate diverse cultural settings, enhance collaboration, and drive innovation. From mapping cultural value differences to developing CQ capabilities, learn the secrets to creating a culturally intelligent team here.
  • ChatGPT gives better, more empathetic responses to patient questions than doctors. If you do read this article let us know what are your thoughts about AI being IA – intelligent assistance, rather than replacement of professionals. Read the full article here.
  • What will the leaders of the future need? In this TEDX Talk, Julia Middleton argues that it is cultural intelligence, an evolution – moving from IQ and EQ. But what is CQ, how do you master it and why is it so important in a smaller but more interconnected world? You can watch it here.
  • In this week’s ThrowForward Thursday, Graeme shares Part 2 of “21 Predictions for the World of 2123” and goes behind the scenes on “How to build scenarios for the future”. He shows you the importance of a framework for horizon scanning, and then, if you’re a member of his Futures Club, you’ll see how to take the list of trends and disruptive forces and apply the Impact vs Probability matrix together with High Road/Low Road filters to produce scenarios that will help your team prepare for the future. Watch the video here.

  • Cultural Intelligence is no longer a nice to have, but a necessary skill for success in a changing world. As a certified CQ Associate Trainer with the Cultural Intelligence Center (, Buhle is able to offer your organisation or team full/multi-day workshops complete with assessments and action plans. You can book Buhle here and watch his short video on creating inclusive cultures.

We’d love to have a conversation with you if any of the above topics resonate. Our team continues to help our clients around the world to prepare for tomorrow, today.

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