Intelligence Key to Growth in Adaptive Environments

April 9, 2020
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Carmen

From Unicist.org the definition: “Ethical intelligence is the intelligence that structures stable and dynamic rules that determine the action of individuals in their environment. It determines their capacity to add value, their influence on the environment and on others, and their time management.”Based on the science of evolution, our ability to influence the adaptive environment we are in is based on our level of ethical intelligence, and capacity for conceptual thinking.Intelligence is defined as the output of the functionality of the human brain that allows adapting to an environment. The research on intelligence, led by Peter Belohlavek at The Unicist Research Institute, explains how an individual’s capacity to apprehend the underlying concept in a complex situation correlates to their ability to assume the responsibility for producing results in adaptive environments.Comprised of Ethical Intelligence, Strategic Intelligence, and Logical Thinking approach, these roots of intelligence help us understand the human adaptive behavior traits and the likelihood of influencing any given environment. There are five levels of ethics have been found that sustain the behavior of the individuals:

  • Ethics of survival
  • Ethics of the earned value
  • Ethics of added value
  • Ethics of foundations
  • Conceptual ethics

The higher the level of ethical intelligence, the higher the level of consciousness an individual needs to have.Interested in learning more about Ethical Intelligence and the ability to think conceptually? contact carmen@dayedigital.com at 206.612.2723 for a free consult.