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Women Leadership Development – a Coach’s perspective

Women Leadership Development – a Coach’s perspective

IN: LEADERSHIP.4 NOVEMBER, 2019
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IF YOU ARE TIRED OF HEARING EXCUSES WHEN SOMEONE LACKS RESULTS, RAISE YOUR HAND!

IF YOU ARE TIRED OF HEARING EXCUSES WHEN SOMEONE LACKS RESULTS, RAISE YOUR HAND!

IN: ACCOUNTABILITY & ENGAGEMENT.9 OCTOBER, 2019
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Women Leadership Development – a Coach’s perspective
Over the last decade much has been spoken about Women Leadership and equal opportunities in the different levels of management and leadership of companies. The global gender parity agenda has been intensified and progress has been made, but the pace is slow and the gap is still significant despite the huge economic, financial and social benefits – significant increase in results, more profitability, more creativity in teams, more innovation, more social justice, just to name a few…
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IF YOU ARE TIRED OF HEARING EXCUSES WHEN SOMEONE LACKS RESULTS, RAISE YOUR HAND!
When employees have the results in danger of not being achieved, we want them to go through the analysis of what they are doing wrong, assume they will solve it, find solutions and act... But we all know that this is not usually the case.
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4 Reasons to invest in Team Coaching
We recently organized a Bright Breakfast with the theme of 'Team Coaching'. But what is this type of coaching all about?
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BRIGHT BREAKFAST – TEAM COACHING
This morning we held another Bright Breakfast, where we discussed the theme of “Team Coaching” and where we shared some specific tools with our guests, who participated very actively in all the activities! So that everyone could exchange experiences and feel at home, we made this Bright Breakfast at our oldest customer - Siemens - at their new Lisbon Tech Hub.
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Passing to the 5th grade - 5 Tips for Parents
Getting back to school after more than 2 months of vacation can be very exciting for some kids, but very stressful for others. Especially if they will change school, cycle or class! So much change overnight. Therefore, the passage to the 5th grade is a critical moment in a child's growth. Most kids change schools, and whether they go with friends or alone, worries like these can fill their heads: “Will I be able to make friends? Will I get good grades? Now that I'm going to be the youngest, how are the older students going to treat me? I bet the teachers won't be our friends like in Primary school… With so many classes and homework, when will I have time to play?”…
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Book of the week - Angela Merkel
Marinela Rolo recommends the book “Angela Merkel - The Chancellor and her World” by Stefan Cornelius. This is an inspirational and a must-read book that shows The Person behind the Politician, also being a good insight into Merkel’s background.
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Book of the week - The Moment of Lift
"The Moment of Lift - How Empowering Women Changes the World" - by Melinda Gates This week we introduce you to the recent book by Melinda Gates, co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which gives us a simple and authentic perspective on a person dedicated to eradicating poverty through the empowerment of women around the world.
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Book of the week - The Power of Habit
If there is ever a time when you start to consider the creation of new habits, it is the new year with the goals of:“This is the year I am going to…. ”, and the summer holidays where you’ll ponder: “I’m going to do this now…”. To fulfill these goals, Charles Duhigg's book “The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business” proves to be an excellent summer book for understanding this powerful and necessary step in changing lives.
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Book of the week - Time to Think
With the desired holidays just around the corner for many of us, it is time for rest, relaxation, being with our favourite ones, reading a book… Among tens of books one can read, Marta Sousa recommends the book “Time to Think” by Nancy Klein.
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Stress-Free Productivity - Impossible? Or not?
The more stress we feel, the less productive we are, and as such it becomes important to use stress management strategies to keep employees happy and therefore increase organizational productivity.
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