buzz from Kathleen Nalty, Executive Director Center for Legal Inclusiveness
"The Next IQ is a critical, must-read for anyone interested in maximizing intelligence on a personal or organizational level. Forevermore, our understanding of intelligence will be defined by this book; it is that ground-breaking. Dr. Reeves is so far ahead of the curve in this area, she is defining the path we will all be following for many years into the future. You cannot be an effective leader in any organization without this new understanding of how intelligence, leadership and inclusion work together. It is a revelation that will change everything we know and do in organizations in regards to leadership and much more."
From the pages...
Foreword by John W. Rowe
The uncertainties, challenges, unanswerable questions and day to day difficulties of leadership pull us back into the comforts of where we feel safe even when the situation calls for something new. That’s where Arin and The Next IQ come…Read more
This next generation of intelligence is about actively soliciting and then harnessing the power of diverse perspectives that may or may not be rooted in specific individual education, experience and/or expertise. Product development experts may be the best experts…Read more
The Evolution of Leadership
Leaders need intelligence in order to lead, and intelligence needs inclusion in order to be intelligent. This is the core of the transition from the Retro IQ to The Next IQ. This transition is foundational to surviving and thriving…Read more
The Next IQ Models for Individuals & Organizations
In leading the development of The NEXT IQ in organizations, it is critical to not focus on tolerance of differences or even celebration of differences. Tolerance and celebration are vocabulary vestiges from the Retro IQ that treat diverse perspectives as something that…Read more
An Introduction to Unconscious Biases
The statistical sketches profiled above illustrate how our unconscious biases manifest without our explicit permission or even knowledge. When I’ve done assessments of workplaces and found very similar workplace and workforce patterns, I have rarely found conscious and deliberate efforts to select or promote…Read more