com·pe·tence

(k m p -t ns) n. 1. a. The state or quality of being adequately or well qualified; ability. See Synonyms at ability. b. A specific range of skill, knowledge, or ability.

1. A cluster of related abilities, commitments, knowledge, and skills that enable a person (or an organization) to act effectively in a job or situation. Competence indicates sufficiency of knowledge and skills that enable someone to act in a wide variety of situations. Because each level of responsibility has its own requirements, competence can occur in any period of a person's life or at any stage of his or her career. 2. Law: The capacity of a person to understand a situation and to act reasonably. Disputes regarding the competence of an individual are settled by a judge and not by a professional (such as a doctor or a psychiatrist) although the judge may seek expert opinion before delivering at a judgment. Also called legal capacity. http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/competence.html
efinition of COMPETENCE

1 : a sufficiency of means for the necessities and conveniences of life <provided his family with a comfortable competence — Rex Ingamells> 2 : the quality or state of being competent: asa : the properties of an embryonic field that enable it to respond in a characteristic manner to an organizerb : readiness of bacteria to undergo genetic transformation 3 : the knowledge that enables a person to speak and understand a language

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Definition Creativity is the ability to think up and design new inventions, produce works of art, solve problems in new ways, or develop an idea based on an original, novel, or unconventional approach. Description Creativity is the ability to see something in a new way, to see and solve problems no one else may know exists, and to engage in mental and physical experiences that are new, unique, or different. Creativity is a critical aspect of a person's life, starting from inside the womb onward through adulthood. Although many people equate creativity with intelligence, the two terms are not synonymous, and it is not necessary to have a genius-level IQ in order to be creative. While creative people do tend to have average or above-average scores on IQ tests, beyond an IQ

which is the ability to come up with a single correct answer. http://www. and a child's creativity can be either strongly encouraged or discouraged by early experiences at home and in school. furthermore. However. Many creative individuals are naturally unafraid of experimenting with new things.com/topic/creativity . creativity involves divergent thinking. Researchers have found environment to be more important than heredity in influencing creativity. perhaps because they also tend to be self-reliant and unafraid to voice their true feelings even if those go against conventional wisdom. Creative individuals tend to share certain characteristics. Standard intelligence tests measure convergent thinking. which is the ability to come up with new and unusual answers. creative people are often less susceptible topeer pressure. including a tendency to be more impulsive or spontaneous than others.answers.of about 120 there is little correlation between intelligence and creativity. Nonconformity (not going along with the majority) can also be a sign of creativity.

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