The world around us is constantly changing. It is shrinking every day due to the ease of travel, increased migration, and more connectivity and exposure provided by the Internet. We now live in an increasingly diversified world, where not everyone believes and acts the same way. There is increased disagreement and perhaps prejudice as a result of these differences.

Cultural Intelligence (CQ) is a third factor that complements IQ and EQ. Without it, it is impossible to form good relationships with many people, function successfully in social groupings, or make a difference and lead in this linked and diverse world. Workplaces, schools, and communities would be more cohesive, peaceful, and productive as a result. Cultural intelligence also allows us to profit from the advantages of diversity, such as innovation, growth, and increased knowledge. Thus, to make the world a better place, we need cultural intelligence.