Interpersonal Intelligence

Interpersonal Intelligence

Interpersonal intelligence is relational intelligence par excellence. People who possess it have the gift of knowing how to build good relationships because they are able to empathise with people, take care of others and learn together with them. This kind of intelligence is expressed in the will and, at the same time, in the pleasure of understanding the intentions, motivations and desires of other people and in the ability to understand and accept points of view that are different from their own.

People who manifest this type of intelligence possess strong leadership and are good people managers: they are skilled in building relationships, managing people, resolving any conflicts and, consequently, working effectively in a group as well. Such people draw inspiration from observing the behaviour of others, for self-regulating their own conduct, observing the mistakes of others, for avoiding making the same mistakes.

People who want to build a healthy culture of error must go in search of people with this form of intelligence because they are able to respond effectively to a problem starting from the analysis of the needs and motivations of others, and to maintain fluid, unfiltered and transparent communication for obtaining tangible results.