Interpersonal Intelligence

Interpersonal intelligence is the ability to understand the context in which one operates in terms of the people one interacts with, how they are motivated and the best way to respond to them. It also includes the ability to understand the context and environment into which one moves. It becomes more important as one progresses to more senior positions where contextual intelligence plays an increasingly central role.

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