Intuitive intelligence for individuals

Published on January 30, 2020   17 min

Other Talks in the Series: Intuitive Intelligence in Business

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Hello, and welcome to this exciting series of intuitive intelligence in business. Thank you for joining us. I'm Dr. Manj Subiah: executive coach, author, business advisor, and MBA tutor. It's a pleasure to continue our talks on intuitive intelligence.
Now, just to recap briefly; so far in these talks, we've covered how intuitive intelligence is valuable to the leader in the VUCA environment. Specifically, talk to locate intuitive intelligence in the macro and micro business context. We discovered what it was in the building blocks of intuitive intelligence which made it so perfectly adaptive for leaders in the VUCA environment. We then took a look at leaders offering their various perspectives on intuitive intelligence. We then took a look inside the heads of leaders using intuitive intelligence to see what the distinguishing characteristics of these leaders were. We also took a look at how these characteristics proved to be vital in business.
Now, in this talk, we move to intuitive intelligence for individuals, specifically, those striving to develop themselves as leaders. So, the outcomes at the end of this talk are: how to access, develop, and manage intuitive intelligence in oneself as an individual and as a developing leader.
In looking at accessing, developing, and managing intuitive intelligence as an individual and potential leader, and we need to step right back to basics. Before basic precepts of intuitive intelligence, do you still recall the full precepts? Let's recap them. So, precept one, we have multiple inputs or sources of intelligence. Precept two, we have access to an inherently dynamic, and an evolving connection called intuitive intelligence. Precept three was summarized in the pneumonic SORDALF, S O R D A L F, which stands for sense-making, options, responses, decision-making, actions, learning, and feedback: SORDALF. Precept four was, we're responsible for the management of our own perceptual and cognitive information photosystem.