The Intelligence Issue
Intelligence comes in many forms. It’s mental, sparking innovation. It’s also emotional, organizational and – in the 21st century – artificial. We invite you to explore how building certain types of intelligence can reshape, maybe even improve, the way we eat, sleep, work and operate as humans.
in this issue
Psychologist and author Daniel Goleman popularized the concept of emotional intelligence, arguing that social skills are as valuable as book smarts, and changed how we measure leadership ability.
Obsessive navel-gazing can be satisfying, but the problem is, it can also be damaging. Organizational psychologist Tasha Eurich suggests ways to escape the loop of rumination and learn how to move forward, for real.
Like a Boss
Renie Cavallari has spent her career giving professionals the tools to transform themselves and their organizations. Here, she offers four ways to start expanding organizational—and emotional—intelligence today.
Artificial intelligence is changing the way traveling entrepreneurs do business. Here, we unpack six AI-driven tools that are elevating work on the go.