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  1. El uso de herramientas en coaching ejecutivo RH2-136

    This technical note is a summary of the possible uses of tools in Executive Coaching. The article analyzes the purpose of coaching tools:

    1. Coach's Protective Shield;

    2. Accelerators of the process;

    3: Gears of the process.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources
  2. Herramientas de diagnóstico en coaching ejecutivo RH2-137

    This document provides a general vision about the most common diagnostic tools used in Executive Coaching, with a special focus on management appraisal and 360º Feedback.  

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources
  3. Visión general del uso de herramientas en coaching e … RH2-138

    This material describes various tools that help accelerate the learning process of the coachee, focusing on the phases of diagnosis and self-knowledge, phase of unlearning to learn and the phase of action.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources | Negotiation
  4. THE HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGIC PLANNING AND A NEW MA … RH2-135-I

    This document sets out to describe the new human resources model for professionals working at leading talent-management organizations. With this in mind, we will talk about a new perspective on people management which underlies this model, and about the Human Resources Strategic Planning that arises from it.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources
  5. La planificación estratégica de recursos humanos y u … RH2-135

    This document sets out to describe the new human resources model for professionals working at leading talent-management organizations. With this in mind, we will talk about a new perspective on people management which underlies this model, and about the Human Resources Strategic Planning that arises from it.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources
  6. Estrategia personal. La gestión de nuestro "fel … CO2-313

    Are we the result of destiny and life’s coincidences or can we achieve what we set out to do? In this technical note, we study how we manage ourselves by defining functional areas whose objective will be to maximize our personal profitability and to increase the values on our “happiness meter.”

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  7. Del liderazgo de equipos al liderazgo personal CO2-312

    Starting from the idea that “organizations are the people that are in them,” and that managing them correctly determines business success, a number of tools are studied that allow personal skills to be developed, examining motivational, communication and coaching factors. In addition, the figure of the leader and the leader’s influence on work teams is studied, defining the guidelines to be followed to be a good leader and thus achieve a high-performance team.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  8. From Team Leadership to Self-Leadership CO2-312-I

    Starting from the idea that “organizations are the people that are in them,” and that managing them correctly determines business success, a number of tools are studied that allow personal skills to be developed, examining motivational, communication and coaching factors. In addition, the figure of the leader and the leader’s influence on work teams is studied, defining the guidelines to be followed to be a good leader and thus achieve a high-performance team.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  9. Percepción del liderazgo en el mundo CO2-310-M

    This tutorial introduces six dimensions of leadership found across the world some which are highly regarded in all cultures and some which are associated as undesirable in certain countries.

    The students will be asked to compare these dimensions across countries and cultures and estimate which are higher than others to gain a sense of understanding for how expectations and prototypes for leadership differ around the world.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
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