leadership

Critical thinking

Critical thinking

According to the World Economic Forum, one of the most demanded skills for leaders is critical thinking. I’ve already written about the VUCA world we’re living in is; and how important it is for a leader to be flexible and able to understand the context and make decisions. Critical thinking is about being able to …

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Lideres del futuro

The future of leadership

Leadership has been studied for more than a century now and the approach to the topic experimented many changes. Under this light we could think that leaders in next decades will need to be different from leaders today. That’s why today I talk about the future of leadership The context We are immersed in a …

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Making changes

Making changes

When she called me, I thought she just wanted to have a coffee and a nice talk. No surprise, we have been friends for 20 years now. But, this time, she was making changes and wanted some advice. My friend was just been promoted, among her peers, just after her boss retired. They, she and …

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Women in leadership

Women in leadership

Last Monday, March 8th. It was the International Women’s Day. A day marking a call to action for accelerating gender parity. And a good moment to talk about women in leadership. This crisis we are suffering gave us the opportunity to study the impact of female leadership much better than before to provide an understanding …

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Motivation

Motivation

Why are you reading this? Maybe this article got your attention because of its title? Maybe you know me and thought ‘let’s see what she is talking about today’. Or maybe you just followed the blog and found it in your email. No matter the reason, you have one (or more than one). And motivation …

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Do as I say, not as I do

Do as I say, not as I do

What happens with some people who think the rules don’t apply to them?
Usually, they think their power and position drive away consequences and, therefore, the common rules don’t apply to them. This ‘do as I say, not as I do’ behaviour provokes lack of trust.