Is Intelligence The Foundation Of Leadership?

Jul 16, 2018 1 Min Read
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Intelligence is one of the most valued assets in today’s society, and remains at the forefront of psychology and social studies. But does one need to be highly intelligent in order to lead effectively? Does the way we view intelligence have any implications for organisations’ leadership development efforts?

In this Raise Your Game session on BFM89.9 – The Business Station, Hui Yi-Wen and Jeff Sandhu discuss ‘intelligence’ and whether it ought to be the foundation of leadership.

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