iLEAD Exploration Remains Open Virtually for Learners

iLEAD Exploration continues to operate its independent study model in an entirely virtual format. Click here for resources.

Aug 23, 2020 @ 01:00
05.20.2020

Social Intelligence

the right brain

Social intelligence is a person’s ability to interact well with others, often called people skills or tact. It is a learned ability involving situational awareness, understanding of social dynamics, and a decent amount of self-awareness.

These practices can help you develop social intelligence:
  1. Pay close attention to what (and who) is around you.
  2. Work on increasing your emotional intelligence.
  3. Respect cultural differences.
  4. Practice active listening.
  5. Appreciate the important people in your life.

Click here for some suggestions on ways to practice social intelligence this summer.

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