The intelligence of the experienced leader. Second (and last) part – Fluid intelligence vs. crystallized intelligence

Second chapter of this series of two where I address the issue of the intelligence of experienced leaders.

In it, I refer to the concepts of fluid intelligence and crystallized intelligence, and I explain the benefits, especially of the latter.

I defend that if self-esteem and the consequent self-confidence are the quotient between achievements and aspirations, we must deduce that a well-worked crystallized intelligence allows us to reach higher levels of self-esteem and self-confidence.

I consider this aspect fundamental for the management of complex problems in which industrial organizations are currently immersed.

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The intelligence of the experienced leader. First Part – Statement of situation

This series of two articles is about the intelligence of experienced leaders. How do you get there, what does it take to get there, and what do you achieve when you get there.

In this first part, I indicate a series of data on the situation of many people over 45 years of age, and I begin the debate on why this happens in Spain and not in other latitudes.

While it is true that the most interesting part of this series is possibly the second one, I also understand that it is not possible to understand it without putting things in context.

This first one provides, above all, the reason or reasons that make this series have been written. And this makes it difficult, therefore, to understand the second without knowing this other.

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Should robots pay tribute for “working” in the industry?

The Spanish Toledo Pact commission has recently reached a series of agreements on pensions. Since this has not happened for many years, this topic has been given great relevance.

Within these agreements, a series of suggestions or recommendations are made, which are in line with what has already been indicated by the European Commission for some time, regarding the possibility of robots paying taxes, given the already wide implementation that exists, and above all, that it is expected to exist in the next 20 years.

In this article I show my doubts about the fact that it is a good recommendation and about the impact that all this has on the technological development that Spain is so in need of.

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