“How important is intelligence? It’s been said that A students become professors, engineers, or accountants, and the B or C students become their bosses. If this is true, then why is our society driven to achieve 4.0 GPA status, and why do we focus more on grade average rather then developing young leaders’ potentials? Certainly a degree of academic aptitude is needed for success, but I would argue that relational intelligence (RI) can be just as importance to a leader’s success as book knowledge. But how can we become more relationally intelligent if we aren’t taught this in school?”
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