Mark Lee looks to stimulate debate about the skills required for successful practice by challenging assumptions that intellectual intelligence and technical prowess matter most.
We have all heard about IQ, though few of us really know how this raw measure of intelligence is tested. What is even less well known however is that in recent years other forms of Intelligence have been identified. The most commonly referenced of these is Emotional Intelligence (EQ). But there are others.
Becoming aware of the different types I got to wondering whether any of us is sufficiently intelligent to be in practice?
Different people differentiate the types of intelligence in different ways.
Karl Albrecht considers there to be 6 types:
- Abstract Intelligence