… upon the next. The pyramid also helps educators settle the nurture or nature argument. It recognizes that both have key roles to play in contributing to the educational progress of students. In the discussion of gifted students, the piirto pyramid helps educators see what aspects of educational development are essential for helping the gifted student reach toward his or her potential. The six levels of personal talent …
… opinions, ideas and insights. Interaction with other employees and being a “people person”
enforces cooperative skills. These cooperative skills can benefit the company as a whole,
just as the Nobel Prize winner James Watson said “Nothing new that is really interesting
comes with out collaboration (qtd. in Johnson 26).” These cooperative skills once taught
only to management, now must be integrated to the employees, as many management
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