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Simply Knowing

simply knowing

Note to the reader: This is the third of three articles about intelligence, in the fullest sense … about simply knowing! In this article, we explore one of the intelligences in some detail, and suggest ways of improving it. As we noted in the first article, intuitive intelligence can be defines as “knowing without knowing how we […]

The Intelligence Process

Intelligence Process

Note to the reader: This is the second of three articles about intelligence, in the fullest sense. About the Intelligence Process with suggested questions at the end of the article. The Intelligence ProcessAll our actions seem to go through three stages. We become aware of something, then we understand what it is (or we don’t!), and then […]

Being Fully Human: Six Intelligences

Being Fully Human Six Intelligence

Note to the reader: This is the first of three articles about intelligence, in the fullest sense. What is intelligence? Is it fixed, or can it be improved? In this article, we introduce the topic by asking the question: what would it mean to be fully human?Being Fully HumanWe admire tigers and wolves and falcons and […]

Mentoring in Times of Organizational Change

Mentoring organizational change

Mentoring in Times of Organizational ChangeTapped for an executive appointment?  Job gone? Applying for your second-third role? Applying for a new role, new department Declined for a role? Been promoted overseas?…..The list goes on!  As we consider these crucial career moments it is almost guaranteed that if you have experienced any of these, you will think […]

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