We’re a team of movers, shapers and influencers whose obsession for communication brought us together.
CIQ began with the belief that everyone can develop their communication skills at work. Since then we have evolved our mission to empower people to better understand their own communication preferences and recognize that of others. We believe that this is how you develop successful workplace and interpersonal communication.
Our values are the foundation of everything we do at CIQ
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We aspire to make people feel heard and understood. We believe that the ability to listen to others is vital to everything we do.
We strive to be more nimble, flexible, and adaptable in our communication styles.
We are always learning and growing to become a better listeners, leaders and team players.
Fred and Anna Kendall are internationally known as the leading authority on communication and relationships.
Together, they have dedicated the last 30 years to breaching barriers of communication through the development of the 7 Life Languages™.
They have offered their expert advice as hosts and interview guests on more than eight hundred television and radio programs, including Dr. Phil and Good Morning America.
Their interest in helping people understand themselves and others was the catalyst for creating, developing, and perfecting the 7 Life Languages which power Communication IQ.
Gain insights from our latest book ‘Ties and T-shirts’
The harsh reality of today’s workforce is that it is too diverse to have a “one size fits all” style of management. However, the good news is that it can be understood by categorizing the different types of employees and knowing their working styles, personalities, temperaments, and other human elements that make them unique.
Very often, we see that millennials keep the end in mind, but are open to the way in which they go about achieving the goal. As highly mission-driven individuals, they believe that even if a strategy is charted it may not be the most sustainable way to run a business in real-time.
It is very important to understand what the bottlenecks or barriers to effective communication are. In order to solve any problem, we must acknowledge there is a problem and understand its root cause.
There are several different kinds of barriers that lead to a
communication gap in an organization. Let’s start with the most obvious one – the generation barrier. People’s experiences frame the way they perceive and communicate. Older generations of employees may have a tendency to disregard feedback from younger generations simply because they feel their experience
has contributed to their decision.
Meet our leadership team
Chief Executive Officer
SHAPER – MOVER – INFLUENCER
Dr. Ginny Gray
VP of I/O Psychology
MOVER – CONTEMPLATOR – SHAPER
VP of Diversity and Minority Contracting
INFLUENCER – CONTEMPLATOR – SHAPER