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Relocating corporate headquarters is not a small task. It is a crucial decision that deserves a careful assessment and an extraordinary execution, so benefits outweigh the associated risks. Specially, when it comes to people

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We like sports. And we like Roger Federer. These are 4 lessons applicable to almost any field (Source: Sports Illustrated)

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The game changer is to “ reset “, as negative feelings can get to drain, paralyze and short-circuit our brains, even poking the beasts we have inside.

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How Does One Change Company Culture

In this short video, Fred Kofman, Philosopher and Vice President at LinkedIn explains how one can change company culture.

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How to Choose Your Clients

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Here’s How I Decide Whether To Accept Your LinkedIn Connection Request

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Corporate America on the Move

Relocating corporate headquarters is not a small task. It is a crucial decision that deserves a careful assessment and an extraordinary execution, so benefits outweigh the associated risks. Specially, when it comes to people

Keep Reading

Organizational health: A fast track to performance improvement

Scroll down to the middle of the article to read about how Talent & Knowledge Core could be a recipe for organizational health (Source: McKinsey)

Keep Reading

Why & When Partner with Recruiters

Recruiting should be a core competency in every organization. As such, there are situations in which it is convenient leveraging on external sources: entering new markets, special projects, scaling up teams…

Keep Reading

This is for Boston

An extraordinary post by one of the most talented basketball players in the NBA (Source: Isaiah Thomas)

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3 Ideas to Support and Mentor Other People’s Children

Even though you will never know what impact your thoughts, words or actions may generate on other people’s children, candid, non-threatening conversations with someone they can trust might be really helpful.

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Roger Federer LLC: How the G.O.A.T. Got to the Top of His Game, in Businesslike Fashion

We like sports. And we like Roger Federer. These are 4 lessons applicable to almost any field (Source: Sports Illustrated)

Keep Reading

The Power of Reset

The game changer is to “ reset “, as negative feelings can get to drain, paralyze and short-circuit our brains, even poking the beasts we have inside.

Keep Reading

How Does One Change Company Culture

In this short video, Fred Kofman, Philosopher and Vice President at LinkedIn explains how one can change company culture.

Watch Video

How to Choose Your Clients

Saying “no”, putting on hold a business relationship, stopping the chase of a business opportunity or ultimately, leaving a client in an elegant way, require courage

Keep Reading

Here’s How I Decide Whether To Accept Your LinkedIn Connection Request

Two questions: What are my main career needs right now? How do I know you, again? (Source: Fast Company)

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How to separate yourself from the dominant crowd

Customers don’t need us the way they used to. Understanding their needs and selling them “solutions” is not compelling

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