General intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, leadership

https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Beyond-General-Intelligence-(IQ)-and-Emotional-The-Rockstuhl-Seiler/fbf485cf6f56f27525bb507e402351ac1a45c625

Emphasizing the importance of cross-border effectiveness in the contemporary globalized world, we propose that cultural intelligence—the leadership capability to manage effectively in culturally diverse settings—is a critical leadership competency for those with cross-border responsibilities. We tested this hypothesis with multisource data, including multiple intelligences, in a sample of 126 Swiss military officers with both domestic and cross-border leadership responsibilities. Results supported our predictions:

(1) general intelligence predicted both domestic and cross-border leadership effectiveness;

(2) emotional intelligence was a stronger predictor of domestic leadership effectiveness, and

(3) cultural intelligence was a stronger predictor of cross-border leadership effectiveness. Overall, results show the value of cultural intelligence as a critical leadership competency in today’s globalized world.

EI and EQ, so girly, right? What bullshit.

Smarter people are still smart once they leave their magic dirt, really?

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