If our human systems can catch up with our tool systems, with our work cultures evolving in ways that harness the incredible potential of individuals, the net result will be smarter, more capable organizations and a higher collective IQ.
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Looking back at the worn folders overflowing with Henry's transition materials, I'm struck by how every aspect of my son's abilities and potential has been tracked, evaluated and assessed.
Some people are quite smart, emotionally savvy, but refuse to take an educated risk to make a difference and turn their success into significance. We say they have a low Courage Quotient.
With United States graduation rates and scores in math, science and literacy falling behind other developed nations, researchers are now looking at wa...
By Carol Smaldino, CSW
Commentary on David Brooks' op-ed "The New Humanism" in The New York Times on Monday, March 7, 2011.
According to David Brook...
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