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Social Intelligence [Interpersonal]

Social Intelligence refers to Interpersonal Intelligence. Interpersonal Intelligence has to do with interaction with others.

People who are socially intelligent are usually extroverts and are characterized by their sensitivity to others' moods, feelings, temperaments, and motivations and their ability to cooperate in order to work as part of a group.

They communicate effectively and empathize easily with others, and may be either leaders or followers.

The socially intelligent person typically learns best by working with others and often enjoys discussion and debate.

Careers which suit those with this intelligence include politicians, managers, social workers, and diplomats.

In this short video, author Daniel Goleman reveas that human minds are naturally socially intelligent, and made to connect with one another during any interaction.


Interpersonal part of emotional intelligence that studies how our brains work when we connect with other people. Our brains are designed to react to the presence of other people.



Mindsight means we recognize what the other person intends. This is done by internal neurons, our own WiFi system. Over the course of a day, our emotional level builds. If this gets too far in one direction, this can trigger that 'break point' we all recognize.

Every skill in social intelligence can be improved. These are the skills that make us most effective in dealing with other people.

When one is competent in both emotional intelligence [managing oneself] and social intelligence [managing ones interactions], the use of coercion or manipulation is not necessary. The whole pattern of society can change, should educational and correctional institutions spend more time on teaching emotional and social intelligence and less time on basic knowledge intelligence.

As artificial intelligence systems further develop to deploy better and better expert systems, the need for knowledge intelligence will decrease, and the demand for those skilled in EIQ and SIQ will increase.

NEXT: Emotional Intelligence

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