Basic Neuroscience Concepts to Transform Your Leadership

Did you know that our brain secretes four key hormones that influence our well-being and our relationships at work? Understanding when they are released and how they affect our emotional management can transform team dynamics and the achievement of their goals: Endorphins: These are generated during laughter and physical exercise. They act [...]

Expert Leadership Coaching in Response to Workplace Conflict

Recently, I´ve been contacted by the HR Director of a German/Austrian company I collaborate with. This request originated from the French market’s General Manager, whom I coach. We’ll call him Dieter to protect his identity. Dieter asked me to begin coaching the Project Director reporting to him, whom we’ll call Pierre, as [...]

Before diving into AI for your business, have you considered the human impact?

Before diving into AI for your business, have you considered the human impact? Discover how to navigate a digital transformation. Do you feel like you’re in a maze, trying to guide your mind through the challenges of digitalization and AI adoption? ➡️ In recent years, especially with the adoption of Artificial Intelligence, [...]

Empowering Women Leaders: Insights from My Training Methodology

For two weeks, I provided face-to-face training (groups of up to 14 people) to all women directors of Grupo Caja de Ingenieros here in Spain on transformational team leadership, as part of the implementation of their equality plan. The Group is working on its organizational culture and corporate values globally, which is [...]

Habit 2: Secrets to Implementing Change. Diluting Resistance

Within the set of the 7 Habits for Effective Team Leadership that I have been sharing (below I leave the list and links), today you have: Secrets to Implementing Change, Diluting Resistance Introducing changes in your company or team is a challenge that requires preparation and communication. Keep in mind that facing [...]

Habit 3: The Art of Being a Mentor

Within the set of the 7 Habits for Effective Team Leadership that we are sharing (below I leave the list and links) is: The Art of Being a Mentor The best way to achieve excellence in our teams is to provide them with information and knowledge. Sounds simple, right? However, many people [...]

Habit 4: Resources to Foster Perspectives

Within the set of the 7 Habits for Effective Team Leadership that I´m sharing (below I leave the list and links), is: Six Resources to Foster Perspectives Every day is a challenge, we all have many responsibilities, inside and outside of work, which, if not managed well, can lead to distress. Recently, [...]

Habit 5: How to Drive Diversity

Continuing with more habits for effective leadership that yields long-term results. Today we focus on number 5. Let’s talk about the benefits of promoting more diverse hiring.

Habit 6: Best-Kept Tips for a Better Climate

Within the 7 habits I’m sharing for effective team leadership, here you are number 6, about improving climate using a case study. This article can inspire and help you adjust your leadership style if your company is going through times of change, adaptation or digitalization because you need to enhance a climate [...]

Guide with 12 commandments for the transition to hybrid work

This detailed article is especially of interest to you if you are responsible for HR, a manager, a team manager or the owner of a company where before the pandemic the policy was for in-person work. This guide on how to implement hybrid work plans will help you. Now we have a [...]

6 Keys to Effectively Improve Your Virtual Meetings

Today I share this post for those of you who lead teams. I hope it will be useful for you and I encourage you to share your experiences and tips in the comments. In many companies today, work is still carried out between 30% and 100% online, and as a result, meetings [...]

Habit 7: How Learning to Listen Enhances Your Leadership

Today, I’m excited to bring you not only a list of transformative habits but also a fresh, real-world example to illustrate their impact. Experience has taught me that practical cases are the most effective way to truly grasp and internalize new concepts. What I’m about to share are key practices that I [...]

Leading from a Position of Strength Rather Than Weakness

As we are not perfect, people in the workplace make mistakes, especially in stressful situations (and even more so now with this Pandemic, juggling personal and work tasks from home). If you are in a position of command and leadership, I recommend you reflect on the following and be honest with yourself: [...]

In Leadership Development, is humility necessary for success in dealing with people?

This Monday the 20th I was lucky enough to offer leadership development training and social relationships at work, because I met a group of entrepreneurial professional women full of energy, humility, intelligence, values, curiosity, integrity, sympathy and closeness. Without a doubt, in order for a person to influence and help others grow [...]

Tools to build team cohesion

“A healthy sense of humor and ridicule are good tools for team cohesion.” SJ. We all make mistakes occasionally, errare humanum est. So, if you’re one of those who strive to appear perfect, stop wasting energy on it because you’re not, and you know what? No member of your team is, neither [...]

The Leadership of Mothers and Its Social Impact

On the occasion of Mother’s Day, I think it’s a good idea to share this reflection and my own experiences with you. Talk about the indisputable role in the training of people and future professionals with values that we all have, since without them, the influence that a person has on those [...]

Reflections on Responsible-Healthy Leadership and based on Values

Especially as the year draws to a close, we like to take stock of what we have experienced and observed both personally and professionally, bluntly and objectively. Reflecting and analyzing; I invite you to do it with me. I never want to change anything, or take a step back, not because I [...]

Companies that don´t believe in #EmployeerBranding and why.

This is a post written by Guillem Recolons, @guillemrecolons Co-founder and Consultant at  Soy Mi Marca here in Spain. I am merely going to translate it in English, as I am a firm believer that this idea has to cross borders and permeate all company´s cultures. Feel free to resend it to all [...]