How can EQ and IQ be Combined?
Of course, EQ and IQ can be combined in one individual. But how can we assess the extent to an individual is successful in achieving this?
The potential of an individual can briefly be described by the parameters of EQ and IQ. In actual life these parameters may not be able to demonstrate the person's performance, but they can fairly be assumed to be INDICATORS of individual performance. But the question remainsÖ how can we combine these 2, thereby helping us to define the balanced individual. There are several points to be noted here:
1. Defining the individual using IQ and EQ SEPARATELY. Can the parameters of EQ and IQ alone help us define the balanced individual. What are ingredients required for the same, and in what sort of proportions do we need to mix them to map a given individual.
2. BALANCING EQ and IQ. How can a balance be maintained between EQ and IQ so that we can ascertain an individual performance. What are the right elements needed and how a balance can be maintained among them so that a personís performance can be guaranteed.
3. View IQ and EQ as EXTREMITIES. EQ and IQ tests observe different parameters of an individual. EQ and IQ acts as different poles of the individual.
4. Lack of a LUBRICATING AGENT. Itís true that the parameters of EQ and IQ are required for an individualís performance. A person with high IQ but low on EQ may not be appreciated, vice versa also true. But there seems to be a lack of some lubricating/integrating agent which can help us combine the parameters of EQ and IQ, thereby help us to define the balanced individual.
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