Talent management is based on two axes: Potential and performance. The model highlights the top talent with top performance evidence (based on past evidence). The risk I saw so far was: What happens in this model with those who are pillars of the organizations? Or do we do with people who have a lot of… Continue reading The lost axe: Commitment – El eje perdido: Compromiso
No conseguirás que maduren las rosas por mucho que tires de sus pétalos: crecen de adentro hacia afuera You will not get roses grow as pulling its petals: they grow from the inside out
In any situation we live there is a first question: who is responsible for this? If we answer that question with any other word than "I" , then we are giving away our inner power to others, to circumstances, etc and we are, implicitily reforcing them, empowering them.If we can in any situation respond, I… Continue reading Responsability comes with power – Responsabilidad implica Poder
Some days I wonder what I am doing writing here as if I know anything when everyhting is becoming obsolete so quickly? What I am doing here pretending having something to share? What I am doing here pretending contribute to something bigger than me? Well, I am doing what I love, I am learning, I… Continue reading Learning living loving – aprendiendo viviendo amando
In conclusion, we should constantly remind ourselves that the future doesn’t happen ‘out there’ and the future isn’t a problem to be solved or a ‘fixed’ reality waiting for us to arrive. The future is always a possibility and when it arrives it will always be a function of our individual and collective actions…today. Whether… Continue reading Who is responsible for leadership? Quién es responsable del liderazgo?