Throughout life, we learn valuable lessons from remarkable individuals who have overcome unimaginable adversities and emerged stronger and wiser. One such extraordinary person is Edith Eger, a Holocaust survivor. Dr. Eger is highly active on social media, and at 96 years old, she continues to inspire many with her wisdom and knowledge. In a recent […]
Transforming Talent Selection: Beyond Unconscious Biases In today’s competitive world of work, finding the right talent is essential for the success of any company. However, we face a significant challenge: unconscious biases. These biases can inadvertently influence our hiring decisions, leading to homogeneous teams and missed opportunities. Unconscious Biases and Their Influence on Decision-Making Have
At the heart of the definition of a Family Business lies the aspiration to keep it within the family. It is not uncommon for these successful enterprises, which have faced and overcome various crises, to have a culture and operation firmly rooted in models forged over time. However, the fact that they have been successful
There are numerous companies that support significant changes in its operation, structure, and business basing its transformation plan in communication and training actions as the only resources. I have stated in a previous article that, although these are necessary tools, they happen to be insufficient by themselves. Below, I would like to share some thoughts about training.
As I stated in previous posts, a Change Management strategy that seeks a truly positive and sustainable transformation cannot base its action plan solely on communication and training. These are both necessary but insufficient by themselves. In this article, I would like to share some thoughts about communication.