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Organizational Culture: Are you contributing to the results or working against them?

Organizational Culture: Are you contributing to the results or working against them?

IN: CULTURE CHANGE.10 FEBRUARY, 2020
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Find inspiration in Luxury to be more strategic

Find inspiration in Luxury to be more strategic

IN: COACHING.16 JANUARY, 2020
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Bright Breakfast Mood & Food
This morning we held another Bright Breakfast, where we addressed the theme “Mood & Food”, a part of our “Energize your brain!” Program. We have shared with our guests knowledge, experiences and good practices to bring us to balance and achieve high levels of productivity, understanding how eating affects mood, interpersonal relationships and performance. Because it all starts and ends in our brain.
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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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The Importance of Educating for Emotions
Several studies have found that people with higher emotional skills are more successful in school, have better relationships, and engage less often in harmful behaviors. Increasingly, it becomes evident the need to raise people who are aware of their emotions, who know how to manage them, and who understand what others are feeling.
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Our survival and our brain: The incidence of emotions in the fight/flight response
When we think of the concept of "red-hot" emotions, the brain is not usually considered. But that is not the reality.
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The myth of Multitasking - enemy or not?
The myth of “I pay attention to the conversation, read the email and watch the news at the same time” is exactly that - a myth.
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