Do your staff need to be intellectual?

  Sometimes intelligence and intellect get confused. Sometimes they are used as if they mean the same thing, which they don’t. There are many views on the difference between the two and I have chosen a couple which hopefully illustrate that difference. Definition 1 Intellect is the mind’s capacity of knowledge and reason. Intelligence is the practical manifestation of knowledge to think in complex and pioneering ways. At its simplest, intellect is knowing a lot of things. Intelligence

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