The Superdiversity Centre for Law, Policy and Business is a multidisciplinary centre specialising in analysing the law, policy and business implications of New Zealand’s superdiversity.
Your identity is what you chose it to be. Everyone’s identity tends to be multiple and not singular as everyone has a race, or ethnic origin, a gender, a religion, a sexuality, an (dis)ability, an occupation, etc. We all have many affiliations that make us who we uniquely are.
Identity cannot be imposed as we make choices every day about our affiliations and only we can know how we feel about who we are – the country we resonate with and feel we belong to.
Undertake the CQ Tick Programme and receive the CQ Tick, which measures the existing level of cultural intelligence and capability of your staff and management so that gaps and strengths can be identified and addressed. You can then build on these to increase CQ.Learn more
The Superdiversity Centre also provides training in cultural intelligence. Cultural intelligence is the capability to relate and work effectively across cultures. The World Economic Forum Report cited cultural literacy and awareness as two of 16 key skills needed to succeed in the Twenty-first Century. Cultural intelligence training helps businesses, organisations and individuals better succeed in an increasingly superdiverse global world without borders where identities are becoming increasingly complex.Learn more