Ecological Intelligence

Ecological intelligence is a relatively new term coined by Daniel Goleman in his book by the same name. The ability to see systems and to make decisions with an awareness of systems consequences is key to ecological intelligence and to sustainable leadership formation. Systems’ thinking involves both horizontal skills (business acumen) and vertical qualities (moral, relational, ethical acumen). Click here …

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Spiritual Intelligence

Spiritual intelligence, in essence, challenges the leader to re-examine and re-evaluate the very notion of self and the worldview that necessarily follows from our conceptions of self. IF our image of self is very narrowly defined, we tend toward more fear-based views of the world around us; when we invest in the idea of a self with more permeable boundaries …

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