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NOTES ON SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE - PART 5: STRESS IS SOCIAL Part V: Stress is Social Medical science has begun to detail the biological pathways through which others get under our skin, for better or... Read More

NOTES ON SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE - PART 4: GENES, ENVIRONMENT AND RELATIONSHIPS Since the human Genome project was complete in 2003, geneticists have been swamped with new genetic information. How do the genes we were born with... Read More

NOTES ON SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE - PART 3: NARCISSISTS, MACHIAVELLIANS AND PSYCHOPATHS In “I-It” relationships, we treat others as things, not persons. One’s I-It approach can be merely detached or utterly exploitive. “I don’t care... Read More

NOTES ON SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE - PART 2: DEFINING SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE People on busy city streets worldwide are less likely to notice, greet, or offer help to someone else because of “urban trance&rdquo ; — a... Read More

NOTES ON GOLEMAN, SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE - PART 1 Part I: The High Road and the Low Road Early in the Iraq war, a U.S. Army platoon was dispatched to a mosque to ask advice from the town’s chief... Read More

NARCISSISTIC LEADERS The following are extracts from an article “Narcissistic Leaders: The Incredible Pros, the Inevitable Cons” by Michael Maccoby in the... Read More

MY NEW PARTNER: MR. AGE “I’m turning the company over to my sons on January 1,” said the founder of a highly successful company with deserved pride. “And what will you do on... Read More

MIDDLE PASSAGE: FROM MISERY TO MEANING IN MIDLIFE Gerald Le Van’s Notes on James Hollis’ “The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Mid-life” Inner City Books, Toronto, 1993. ollis is a psychologist and heads the Jungian Society in Houston, Texas. He writes well but some readers may be turned of... Read More

MID-LIFE CRISIS We are happiest in our early years and again in our later years. We’re not so happy in mid-life. Or at least so says the research. Mid-life can be... Read More

MANAGING ONESELF Extracts from Peter Drucker’s “Managing Oneself” Published in Harvard Business Review March-April 1999 Success in the knowledge economy... Read More

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