Pablo Pineda Ferrer is an influencer in the most noble and positive sense of the word: teacher, lecturer, writer, actor ... and also the first Down syndrome in Europe with a university degree. A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting him personally at a Sanofi event about … [Read more...] about Diverse and unlimited talent: the example of Pablo Pineda
Listening to Inma Shara is a delightful experience. The Basque conductor is a great example of a successful and humble leader, but sadly less known by the general public. A few days ago I had the pleasure of listening to her at the Equestrian Circle of Barcelona in an act … [Read more...] about Harmony, determination, leadership: the invisible baton of Inma Shara.
A very positive aspect of the current environment is the growing focus on the professional development of employees as a key element of competitiveness and attraction factor and talent loyalty. The multiple disruptions (globalization, digitalization, customer centricity, war for … [Read more...] about How to achieve your professional dreams – Accompany your microchanges
What are the professions that put at stake your best talents, in which you enjoy, are those valuable to the world and you can make a living with them? In this intersection of interests is your professional purpose (what in Japan they call your "Ikigai"). In 20 years of career I … [Read more...] about Career mentoring: make a bet on your Ikigai!
What are the personal virtues that distinguish great leaders? The years go by and this classic question of management and Human Resources management is still on top today. In the era of post-truth, the easy influence on social networks has generated a worrying shortage of … [Read more...] about Love: the key virtue of the best leadership