By Ronald E. Riggio, Susan Elaine Murphy, Francis J. Pirozzolo
Книга a number of Intelligences and management a number of Intelligences and LeadershipКниги Экономика Автор: Ronald E. Riggio, Susan Elaine Murphy, Francis J. Pirozzolo Год издания: 2001 Формат: pdf Издат.:Lawrence Erlbaum Страниц: 280 Размер: three ISBN: 0805834664 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This edited booklet offers state of the art learn taking a look at the function of a number of intelligence--cognitive (IQ), emotional intelligence, social intelligence--in potent management, written via the main distinct students within the particular fields of intelligence and management. The synergy of bringing jointly either conventional intelligence researchers and popular management students to debate how a number of sorts of intelligence impression management has very important implications for the learn and the perform of organizational and political management. This quantity emanates from the hot explosion of curiosity in non-IQ domain names of intelligence, quite in Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence. certainly, the top EI and SI students have contributed to this publication. study defined during this publication means that: (1) ownership of a number of types of intelligence is critical for potent management; (2) researchers are only starting to comprehend the breadth, intensity, and capability applicationsof non-IQ domain names of intelligence; (3) incorporating a number of intelligence constructs into current management theories will increase our knowing of potent management; and (4) study on a number of intelligence has very important implications for either the choice and coaching of destiny leaders.
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These definitions depict social intelligence as a set of attributes that enable highly intelligent individuals to: (a) perceive and accurately interpret the intricacies of any social situation; (b) derive and select the appropriate behavioral responses that are likely to lead to success for oneself and for others to whom one is beholden, and finally; (c) enact the selected social responses. Thus, social intelligence reflects an ability to successfully engage in fundamentally four cognitive and behavioral processes—social awareness, social acumen, response selection, and response enactment.