76 Top 2018 Personal Talent Skills Inventory (Part 3)

51.- Realistic Expectations – the ability to have expectations of other people that can realistically be met, either in quality of production or quality of performance. 52.- Realistic Goal Setting for Others – the ability to set goals for others that can be achieved using available resources and operating within a projected timeframe; the ability... Continue Reading →


76 Top 2018 Personal Talent Skills Inventory (Part 2)

26.- Handling Stress – the ability to balance and defuse inner tensions and stresses; the ability to appropriately separate yourself from stressful situations and maintain your own sense of inner peace. 27.- Human Awareness – the ability to be conscious of the feelings and opinions of others; to value others as people instead of just... Continue Reading →

The Real Meaning of Christmas

It's that time of year again. December has come and with it all the joys of Christmas. But what is the real meaning of Christmas? Is it the gifts under the tree, the lights in the windows, the cards in the mail, turkey dinners with family and friends, snow in the yard, stockings hanging in... Continue Reading →

International Business Ethics

International business consists of trades and transactions at a global level. These include capital, technology, services, goods, knowledge etc. It involves cross-border agreements between two or more countries, entities, cities or companies. People also know International business as Globalization because it refers to the tendency of international arrangements, investments and outsourced manufacturing which eliminates barriers... Continue Reading →

Human Resources Planning

To be able to talk about planning you need to ask three basic questions: a) How much staff will the organization need? b) What are the growth trends of the company? c) What profiles does the company look for according to its values ​​and strategy? In order to answer these questions it is very important... Continue Reading →

Líder vs Jefe

Desde hace mucho tiempo se han escuchado las enormes diferencias que tienen "un jefe" vs. "un líder" y a pesar de que en muchas de las empresas trasnacionales o pymes ya se han dado cursos y asesorías sobre las diferencias y las cualidades que tienen el rol de liderazgo, es muy común que siempre nos... Continue Reading →

¿Quién es un colaborador comprometido?

Cuando un colaborador es comprometido: a) Siempre irá más allá de sus obligaciones y abogará por su empresa. ¿Sabías que el 59% de las personas que trabajan para una compañía no la recomendarían como un buen lugar para trabajar? b) Nunca se quejará de su trabajo, lo realizará innovando y sintiéndose satisfecho. c) Siempre se... Continue Reading →

Filosofía del espagueti en la pared

Al escribir un Currículum vitae, muchas personas siguen la filosofía del "espagueti en la pared": lanzan todo un cúmulo de herramientas, competencias, pensamientos y sólo esperan que algo se quede pegado. Pero los reclutadores y los gerentes de Recursos Humanos en realidad lo que buscan es información de calidad, no cantidad, por lo que sólo... Continue Reading →

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