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small icon   Three Intelligences of Leadership
  by Sandra Trice Gray, cae
  1. Multi-Culture Intelligence
    Multi-Culture Intelligence is when a community/organization includes people of many cultures in environments that are conducive to providing and/or accessing knowledge, learning, knowing, and understanding quickly. Multi-culture Intelligent Leadership is about creating the right environment. It's about empowerment, sharing power and joining power. It's about setting guidelines, boundaries and parameters — and then setting people free. It is having influence and mastering change. It's about connecting and engaging multiple levels, peoples, sectors, ages, etc.
     
  2. Networked Intelligence
    A rapid, fluid and ongoing: engagement of minds, exchange of innovative ideas, connecting of brainpower, expansion of creative thought, through a variety of methods to develop and convey valuable information across boundaries (business, government, nonprofit, communities of faith, etc.). Networked intelligence helps us: share common focus, promote connection, exchange knowledge, embrace technology, produce synergies, collaborate, promote non-hierarchical interaction, and develop creative solutions to very challenging problems.
     
  3. Spirit Intelligence
    One's Spirit Intelligence brings meaning and direction to the work that people do. As individuals increasingly tap into their natural potential for self-expression, they simultaneously connect to an inner source of value or meaning. Spirit is that aspect of our nature that brings value and creativity to our daily lives; it is using all of our energies (mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual) in every aspect of our lives. (Spirit is derived from the Latin word Spiritus, which means breath — as in the breath of life. Spirit is the unseen force that breathes life into us, enlivens us, and gives energy to us all.)

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