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self awareness

understanding of ones thoughts, feelings behaviors

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individual default driven by his/her personality, skills, abilities, values, expereinces

starting place for building more effective relatioships, completing tasks, achieving organizational goals

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forms of intelligence

intelligence, multiple intelligences, creativity, triachic tehory of intelligence, emotional intelligence

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intelligence

persons aility to profit from expierences, acquire knowledge, think abstractly, adapt to changes in environemnt

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iq stands for

intelligence quotient

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multiple intelligences

howard gardner, reject single intelligence type, 8 intelligences, brain r/l hemisphere

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8 types of intelligences according to howard garnder

linguistic, mathematiccal-logical, spatial, kinestheitc, music, interpersonal, intrapersonal, nautralist

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brain L hemisphere

processing cnter for logical, rational, anayltical thinking

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brain r hemisphere

repsponsible for intuitve, spatial, abtastract thinking

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creativty

component of every form of intelligence, and is avaiablate to all individuals, divergent/alteral thinking, ability to combine/link ideas in new ways

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3 indices to evulate creativity

fluency, flexibility, originality

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fluency

abiblity to generate many solution that fit a requirement

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flexbility

ability to change approaches to problem - solve series of tasks that regular different strategy

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orgianlity

aiblity to generate novel/unique propositions, ideas, solutions

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triacarhic theory of intelligence, who what

robert stenberg, multiple dimensions of cognitive function - 3 components of intelligence: computional, creativy, contextual illegince

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computational -

analytic, cognitive, analtyitcal thought process, includes knowledge acquireed as central form of computational intelligence, knowing what questions to ask

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creativity-

experiential intelligenc- ability to indentiy/react to novel situations and connect with external world, being open to new ideas, willing to engage in expereinctal in learning and deevlop

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contextual/practical intelligence

ability to shape, be shaped by external environemtn, srequired to accomplish tasks

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cultural intelligence

ability to understand and respond approporiate to different cultural context and situations, increase in globalization of business has enchance this need, understand oneself and one's own cultural values, appreciate others

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emotional intelligence

daniel goleman, capacity for reconigzation our own feelings and those of others, for motivatiying ourselves, manage our emotions and relationships in productive manner

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four components of emotional intelligence

selfawareness, self mgmt, social awareness, relationship mgmt

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personality

system of enduring inner characterics, tendency, temperaments inherited/shape by social, cultural, environmental factors

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five facts of personality

extroversion, oponess, conscientousness, agreeableness, emotional stability, neuroticism

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6 fundamental psych process

impacting individual conginitive process and leadership styles - s, n, t, f, e, i, j, p

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locus of control

extent to which individual believes he or she an control/influence outicome of events

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confronting adversity

difficulty, aligns with locus of control

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resilience

belief one can control/adapt to certain events/outcomes and bounce back from difficultury

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increasing ability to effective address adversity factors

control, onwership, reach, endurance

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self monitoring

act of reading and using cues from environement to assess one's bhavior