Multiple Intelligences and Leadership

nachdenken5.jpgIn dem Paper Thatcher, A.; James, J.; Todd, A. (2005): Multiple Intelligences: Imagetic Scenarios in the communication of leadership vision (Proceedings of CybErg2005) stellen die Autoren den Zusammehnag von Multiple Intelligenzen Theorie und Leadership dar (Seite 3): „In the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, defended by Gardner (1994), there is direct relationship between Leadership and Intelligence. The author states that leadership is the process that occurs inside the minds of an individual who lives within a certain culture. Gardner (2000) identified the four types of multiple intelligences that enhance leadership development. According to his model, leadership requires abilities in the intra-personal, inter-personal, linguistic and existential areas at different levels. So, it is important to evaluate the unique combination of abilities that can direct someone to a particular vocational post, says Gardner (1996). The consequence of verifying and analyzing these combinations and the level of intelligence of the most recognized leaders is an organization that is also intelligent. It was within this perspective that Carvalho (2003) identified the conceptual relation between leadership vision and multiple intelligences.“ Es wäre daher angemessen, wenn sich Führungskräfte stärker mit der Multiple Intelligenzen Theorie befassen würden …

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