A good entrepreneur should not limit himself to managing his own level of pressure. Can you manage the stress of others?
With a few exceptions, people who are great speakers have become so thanks to experience.
Among the different types of communication that exist, persuasive communication has been charged in recent times with a certain negative connotation. It is associated with manipulation of opinions, ideas and people.
The latest news circulating around Starbucks is that its former CEO, Howard Schultz, now intends to write another story in capital letters as a presidential candidate for the White House. We will have to be attentive because this is also the dreams are fulfilled.
“Success is the result of the right decisions, the right decisions are the result of experience and experience is usually the result of wrong decisions,” says Tony Robbins, motivational speaker.
Life goals and objectives provide us with a sense of direction. When having marked vital objectives, the people usually focus their resources to reach them, with more or less success.
Goleman and his collaborators establish several types of leadership in the book “Primal Leadership”.
People have an innate drive to show who they really are, but corporate life is opposed to the human desire to express themselves.
Biotechnologist training, for years, for personal reasons, Pau Forner Navarro began to be interested in social and emotional skills. He researched thoroughly and was trained in these areas.
Two or three friends finish their computer studies or finish the master’s degree at a business school and set up a project together.
The dynamics of teamwork are very useful for companies. Today you will discover some of the most effective.
Companies no longer only want to know where you worked or how many years you were in each position.
“Persuasion is not about others doing what I want, but about wanting to do what I want them to do.”
Almost everyone knows the importance of listening and probably many of us think we do well, but is this belief real?
Experts say that popular leaders – who apply modern theories of emotional intelligence – report benefits to all parties: they reduce employee stress and the company gains competitiveness.