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Assessments - Empowering through self-awareness

Assessments - Empowering through self-awareness

IN: HUMAN RESOURCES.17 MAY, 2019
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Rhythm and Cycles of Time in leadership.  Are Leaders becoming different?

Rhythm and Cycles of Time in leadership. Are Leaders becoming different?

IN: LEADERSHIP.10 MAY, 2019
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Should we join the Flexible Work Revolution?
Flexible Work arrangements are becoming more and more attractive, especially to younger generations.
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How can we have more results and engaged people?
In order for us to inspire you and develop a community with more commited and initiative people, we want to give you great examples.
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Lead to Engagement & Results Program - 7 Reasons Why You Should Take Advantage of This Opportunity
In the previous post we introduced you the Lead to Engagement & Results program. Now, let’s present you with 7 of the reasons you are going to want to sign up.
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Train your employees Engagement with our Lead to Engagement & Results program
Do you ask yourself “How can I get my employees to achieve better results?” Answer that question by applying to our “Lead to Engagement & Results” Program.
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Bright Concept offered a Bright Breakfast about Engagement
This time it was at Microsoft’s premises in Lisbon, as one of the companies that invests more in the Accountability and Engagement of their collaborators.
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DO YOU HAVE UNACCOUNTABLE EMPLOYEES?
With the Bright Leadership Movement, we want to put an end to incompetence, sloppiness, egocentricity and corruption.
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The Way to Achieve Results
“DEVELOP motivation, proactivity, or Accountability for a more productive and winning Portugal”. This is the motto of Bright Concept, a company that has worked for 20 years making people more efficient and satisfied in their work.
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Do you consider yourself accountable?
Looking at your goals, do you feel committed and capable? Do you feel responsible for the results you have? Or do you say frequently “This is not my responsibility”, “I didn’t know about that”, “I didn’t achieve the results because of the current situation of the country”.
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Accountability Development Examples
Last month we held an Open Leadership Course for Accountability and one of the participants, General Director of a Portuguese company, said...
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