Culture and breakfast

“The Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast”. Peter Drucker. Corporate culture is defined as: “the beliefs and behaviors that determine how a company's employees and management interact and handle outside business transactions”. So, in the end, everything comes to people, teams and individuals. Each with its own roadmap, goals, but with a common sharing of beliefs … Continue reading Culture and breakfast

Learning drivers: need or willingness

Some years ago in secondary school, I had Latin as a mandatory subject. It was not my favorites, therefore the only driver was to pass the exam (Driver? Need). However, I really enjoyed foreign languages and my driver was completely different (Driver? willingness). As adults we continue to struggle/enjoy with very similar matters although we … Continue reading Learning drivers: need or willingness

T / L Ratio

“If we were supposed to talk more than to listen, we would have two tongues and one ear” Mark Twain If we learn by observing, by copying someone else’s movements, learning by listening is a great option. In listening we can learn many important things. But that it’s not what usually happens. We tend to … Continue reading T / L Ratio

Concentration & performance

Some of us have spent the last months working from home. Suddenly, there was a change of scenario, far from the office, colleagues, coffee breaks and interruptions that led us to increase our performance. Quiet times at home allowed us to concentrate much more on what we were doing. But after a while, performance, or … Continue reading Concentration & performance

Us and our memories

How many things we have learned that seemed imposible, nonsense, useless, hard time more than anything else? School, home, family, friends, work, partners have been and are our learning’ playground. The Who we are today is the result of adding experiences, trainings and decisions. We went through a tough time, we had an incredible timeWe … Continue reading Us and our memories