This research tested the hypothesis that there are the interconnections between the social intelligence, wisdom, values and the interpersonal personality traits. To examine this possibility, four measures were administered to 44 university students. The data obtained revealed close mutual relations between social intelligence measured by TSIS scale (social information processing, social skills and social awareness) and wisdom-related knowledge. A higher level of wisdom-related knowledge is associated with preference of such values as benevolence, universalism and conformity. This is not the case with social intelligence in which relation to the values is much more diverse. In our data, the interconnections between the interpersonal personality traits and measures of social intelligence and wisdom seem to be less straightforward. Despite this, dominance and extraversion create some kind of a 'background' to the socially intelligent behavior, while the warm relations to the people, without calculation and cold-heartedness, are more significant correlates of wisdom.