Comparing the abilities, talents or "intelligence" of one person to another's destroys creativity + innovation.
AND... it actually makes ZERO sense from a neuroscience perspective.
This video will change the way you think about "intelligence" so that you can come up with ways on how to help your staff or students become more willing to try something new, and lower their fear of failure.
This is not to say that comparing ourselves to others can't light a fire, and motivate us to push harder - but you'll see from the brain explanation, that you - and anyone you teach - will feel more inspired when you engage in this other type of comparison.
After watching the video, let me know:
how could this new framing of what 'comparison' help your staff or students access their creative mind?