The Effect of a Cross-Cultural Leadership Training Program on the Cultural Intelligence Score of Chinese Students
This study quantify the effectiveness of global leadership training in 2 Sunshine International Camps (SICs) aiming to develop global competence of Chinese university students. The Cultural Intelligence (CQ) framework and associated Cultural Intelligence Score (CQS) instrument were used in this analysis. A pre/post-test quasi-experimental research design with control group on two leadership camps held in Hong Kong and Kunming, China, performed in summer 2009 was used in this research. The 3x2 factorial ANOVA and t-test analyses show significant improvements in the Cultural Intelligence score of Mainland Chinese students after attending the cross-cultural training camp. Results also indicate that the 10-day camp in Kunming produced a more significant CQ improvement than the 5-day camp in Hong Kong.
||Leadership Development, Chinese Leadership, Cross-Cultural, Cultural Intelligence, Experiential Learning
Global Studies Journal, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp.213-232.
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PhD Student, The School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, Regent University, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Andrew Ma is currently a part time PhD student in Organizational Leadership (Global Leadership Major) in Regent University, West Virginia, USA. With more than 15 years of experience in the global high-tech industry, Mr. Ma established a leadership and business consultancy practice to global clients in 2007. Having a vision to develop the next generation’s global leaders in China and Asia, Andrew began teaching part-time and has been a visiting lecturer in a number of universities such as City University and Baptist University in Hong Kong, Peking University, and Tsinghua University in Beijing, in subjects such as global leadership, global business, strategic management and business ethics. Andrew education background includes Executive MBA from Rickard Ivey School of Business (University of Western Ontario) in Canada; Master Degree & Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, and Bachelor Degree in Economics from Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada.
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