This article examines three forms of intelligence: social intelligence (SI), emotional intelligence (EI) and cultural intelligence (CQ). The aim is to establish the relationship that exists between EI and CQ, and to clearly show how they is distinct, but related constructs, as well as subsets of SI. A series of models is developed to support the various propositions presented and to show the evolution of ideas which build to the final integrated model. This new model will impact future research and managerial use of these constructs, which is critical in order to advance the field. A discussion of limitations of this study and future research is also provided.
Crowne, Kerri A.
"The relationships among social
intelligence, emotional intelligence
and cultural intelligence,"
Organization Management Journal: Vol. 6:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarship.shu.edu/omj/vol6/iss3/5