Talent Development in Healthcare, paradox of gifted minds


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Unicist Talent DevelopmentA gifted person has superior functional intelligences (*).
That means that the individual’s intelligences are:
a) functional to a specific value generating process
b) superior than average people’s.

(*) Kinesthetic, intrapersonal, interpersonal, mathematical intelligences are just examples of functional intelligence.

The paradox is that when gifted people work in an environment where their functional intelligences are irrelevant, they naturally enter in a superiority complex creating a parallel reality to sustain their dominating position. This generates lack of value generation and endless power games promoted by the person who needs to sustain a dominating role.

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Diana Belohlavek

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