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Moran et al. (2006) indicated that multiple intelligences theory proposes viewing intelligence in terms of nine cognitive capacities, rather than a single general intelligence. Thus, a profile consists of strengths and weaknesses among "linguistic, logical-mathematical, musical, spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, naturalistic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and (at least provisionally) existential" (p. 23). Overall, the theory has been misunderstood in application.
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Building on this, we encourage people to explore where strengths tend to go into ‘overdrive’, i.e. where the energy underpinning a strength builds and builds but doesn’t necessarily achieve the intended outcome (for example, someone whose Persuasiveness strength starts to become overbearing and leads to them not listening to others’ ideas, when they are placed under pressure). When people recognise when, where and why some of their strengths go into overdrive, they are in a far better position to start to control this energy and become more agile in deploying it, in the right amount at the right time, with the right people. In itself, the development of agility around use of strengths represents one of the cornerstones of Emotional intelligence (to become more attuned to one’s own emotional states and to use this information to achieve better self-control in pressure situations).