professional skills

Companies demand certain professional skills. From technical skills to emotional skills (soft skills). We will tell you how to acquire and develop them and how to put them into practice successfully.

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  • Languages, experience, training and knowledge are fundamental elements when it comes to doing your job and advancing your career, but there is one enormously influential element that tends to go unnoticed: your personality. We analyse different personality types and how they can affect you in your day-to-day.

    In a couple of decades - maybe less - robots will do many of the jobs that humans now do. But before we set the alarms bells ringing, let's listen to the experts. They say that in this man-machine race, human beings have a competitive advantage: emotional intelligence.

  • Motivational speaking is art made into words, a powerful resource that goes beyond simply speaking well. What is its objective? To encourage reflection or influence convictions by appealing to our emotions. Some speeches, such as Martin Luther King's I have a dream, are proof that words can change history.

    Although the methodology is not new, Design Thinking is increasingly present in the business world because of its ability to generate innovation in the development of new products and services. The key? It is a different way of thinking and acting that not only gives rise to innovative ideas, but also drives and strengthens talent.

  • Coaching and mentoring help us grow as professionals and achieve our goals with the help of someone to guide us and accompany us through a learning process. In fact, companies that use these tools to manage human talent are the most highly regarded by workers.

    The current context needs us to continuously update our skills in order not to be left out of the jobs market. Lifelong learning is the answer, whether at business level — more and more companies are developing training programs — or as individuals — having the attitude to learn every day —.