Every time I hardly see it more necessary that a conference must exceed what its motivational. It should dare to offer practical ways to overcome the comment:
“I really like it but… What should I do now?”
I’ve practiced this approach in Educational Institutions as ESADE , in Chambers of Commerce and various Institutions and Professional Associations
Following my book “Leaders don’t command”, I’ve developed an extensive activity around Leadership in conferences as:
- Leadership and crisis
- Leadership and innovation
- Misconceptions about leadership
- Conflicting Teams and toxicities
From my own experience as an executive and developer, Have emerged conferences focused on managing the pressure that we face today:
- Fears and insecurities : better managing than to control
- The new Flexibility
Because old book lessons are no longer useful, so what can we do?
- How to seek oportunities on changes.
- The manager and his Ego: A conflict relation
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