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Category/Topic: Critical Thinking


By Tom Davidson

I recently interviewed Scott Wallinger (left) for my podcast, an iconic manager and leader in the forestry profession (http://leadershipnature.com/podcasts/s1e13-scott-wallinger/), and Scott reflected on his lessons in leadership through the lenses of history and experience. Near the end of this episode, Scott talked about the tendency of foresters to analyze things until they have the answer […]

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By Tom Davidson

This blog is for intelligent people who want to be smarter. You can do that in one of three ways! While we’d all like to be smart and intelligent, we’re usually more one than the other. But we really need to be both.  Intelligent people tend to be better strategic thinkers but have a hard […]

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By Tom Davidson

Would you rather be intelligent or smart? You think they’d be the same thing right? See why I would disagree!  As a leadership coach and trainer, I meet a lot of intelligent people, but they aren’t always smart, and some smart people that aren’t always intelligent. Which one are you?  Intelligent people often have high […]

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