Interpersonal and Eco-Systemic intelligences for managers and leaders
What does it mean to be intelligent? It means being able to discover relationships and interconnections among the various aspects of reality, to understand and evaluate the relationships that give life to a world that we live in. It is not the person in himself that makes the difference, but the way he relates to others.
Depending on how these skills are activated in “organizational situations” and in everyday life, we can define different and changing styles of action and leadership. We will learn that there is not a leadership style that is better than another. People can have different styles based on context and relationships and one style can be more effective than another, depending on the coherence between action and context, between action and the objective pursued.
We are co-creators of reality, in constant relationship with each other