A new theory suggests that flexibility has more to do with human intelligence than previously thought.
Collective intelligence can predict the group’s performance in various situations, but to what extent can it be influenced?
Convention has it that intelligence is a product of the brain. Yet, a look at the human body and the way its biological systems work will reveal valuable lessons in intelligence just the same.
We still do not fully understand how the human brain works. However, principles of quantum mechanics may explain some previously mysterious phenomena.
The human brain and the brains of primates have evolved for the same purpose: survival. Learn the implications of this on how we make our daily decisions.
Almost all professions involve working under a certain amount of pressure. What matters is your state of mind and how you respond to that pressure. Learn effective coping strategies in this article.
It is easy to forget to nurture your psychological well-being in demanding environments, but this will cost you down the line. Read about key steps you can take to ensure you stay afloat.
No two work environments are exactly the same, and thus there will be likely a learning curve in each new environment you work in. Learn how you can speed up the process.
It is more or less surprising that teams with truly intelligent people sometimes perform poorly. Office politics, social clustering, unsuitable technological tools are some of the factors that render teams inefficient. Learn how you can leverage the collective intelligence of your team.
So many employers look for recruits who have multi-tasking skills, but this may not be the best strategy if the tasks are of a critical nature to the organisation.