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Culturally Intelligent Leadership by Mai Moua

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Chapter 5

I Think I Can and I Will

Why is it that some people are more willing and eager to work through intercultural challenges, while others seem unmotivated, disinterested, unengaged? Why do some people demonstrate high levels of confidence, while others are anxious, feel insecure, or shy away from the challenges? The ability to meet your goals is your self-efficacy; how you manage your confidence and your emotions is emotional intelligence; and your willingness to reflect and consider your surroundings is called mindfulness. In this chapter of the book, these three concepts will be discussed in relationship to cultural intelligence.

What is Self-Efficacy?

Self-efficacy, as defined by Albert Bandura,1 represents your perception of your abilities ...

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