Every human being has an Intelligent Mathematical Blueprint (IMB) which once decoded, explained, and strategically integrated into how they go about thinking about, planning for, and living their life, whether personally or professionally, creates a quantum shift performance wise. Understanding your IMB empowers you to practically improve your Adaptability Quotient “score.”
As at right now, here is what you need to know and remember about your adaptability quotient: As we look to what the future of work will look like post-COVID-19, it’s clear that the concept of the future of work has accelerated. New technologies are emerging all the time — many of them change consumer behaviour or impact the market at large. During unprecedented times or periods of uncertainty, businesses need frameworks that allow them to pivot quickly. This includes the mindsets of their staff.
Where employers once looked at the IQ (intellectual quotient) or EQ (emotional quotient / intelligence) of their employees or new hires, attention has now turned to their ‘AQ’. AQ stands for your adaptability quotient and refers to your capacity to deal with large scale unanticipated change. This quotient / measure reveals how quickly you can re-orientate yourself and prosper in a climate of rapid, constant, and dramatic change. Adaptability is if you will, the new competitive advantage.
Your Post Covid-19 Competitive Advantage Strategy = IQ+EQ+SQ+AQ
Your Intelligent Quotient – IQ
IQ: this measure has been around the for ages… IQ, short for intelligence quotient, is a measure of a person’s reasoning ability. In short, it is supposed to gauge how well someone can use information and logic to answer questions or make predictions. IQ tests begin to assess this by measuring short- and long-term memory. They also measure how well people can solve puzzles and recall information they’ve heard — and how quickly.
Your Emotional Quotient (Intelligent) – EQ
EQ: Peter Salovey and John D. Mayer coined the term ‘Emotional Intelligence’ in 1990 describing it as “a form of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use this information to guide one’s thinking and action”. Salovey and Mayer also initiated a research program intended to develop valid measures of emotional intelligence and to explore its significance. For instance, they found in one study that when a group of people saw an upsetting film, those who scored high on emotional clarity (which is the ability to identify and give a name to a mood that is being experienced) recovered more quickly. In another study, individuals who scored higher in the ability to perceive accurately, understand, and appraise others’ emotions were better able to respond flexibly to changes in their social environments and build supportive social networks.
Your Spiritual Quotient – SQ
Spiritual quotient (SQ) is a measure that looks at a person’s spiritual acumen; it is as important as intelligence quotient (IQ) and emotional quotient (EQ). While IQ looks at cognitive intelligence, EQ looks at emotional power of a person and spiritual quotient (SQ) looks at spiritual power of a person. Spirituality increases the ability of a person to be creative and to be aware and insightful. The power of intuition and awareness can be increased with help of spirituality. Why SQ is even more important in today’s time? It helps tremendously coping up and do away with modern problems of terrorism, inconsiderateness, lack of humanness. The concept of Spiritual Quotient (SQ) is fast emerging as the next big aspect of scientific study as it directly correlates to a person’s awareness and consciousness. 365 Pin Code founded by Chris and Suzanne Styles is a human futurology research company doing ground-breaking case study research into understanding life path dynamics and how our lives are organised, design wise, pat, present and future.
Your Adaptability Quotient – AQ (Adapt or Die)
Suzanne Styles is an applied human futurist who is skilled at helping you understand your Adaptability Quotient: where AQ is a measure of your ability to cope with massive unanticipated change. Not only does she know how to help you come to grips with your adaptability quotient (as in “current state”) she knows how to present you with bespoke (as in unique to you!) futuristic data. These are lines of numerical code that gift you if you will, futuristic insights into what you should be focusing on developing, such that your bespoke futuristic coaching plan is escalating or elevating your future state of balance and ability to adapt to your unique experiences, year by year. Don’t believe this is possible? Think again. Below is an example of a bespoke data string revealing numbers, which when understood and integrated strategically, do exactly this because they form the intelligent backbone of your adaptability quotient SWOT Analysis. This data string provided below is for a person born on the 1st of February 1969, who for the purposes of this article, shall remain anonymous.
Year on Year Data Strings revealing what to focus on to retain an optimal State of Balance (i.e. Your Adaptability Quotient decoded)
What the above table of data reveals for the given study subject, is that his adaptability quotient or ability to cope with tremendous change, will be under the greatest pressure (see the yellow data columns) during the years 2017, 2021, 2022, 2025 and 2026. Each of these years should have their own bespoke coaching plan aligned to what the escalated experience means, numerically.
Says Suzanne “As a CEO, CFO, COO, C-suite Executive, if you are serious about helping the people around you to cope better with the extreme pace of global change happening right now around life and business, then you should be posing this self-awareness development question to them: “Are you open to better understanding Your Adaptability Quotient and learning how to convert what the masses perceive as poverty fuelling adversities into copious prospering opportunities?” If their answer is yes, then your next step is to get them (and preferably your entire team!) working with me and my business partner.”