Dorie Clark: “Why isn’t your employee reaching their full potential?”

In Dorie Clark's article, the focus is on understanding and addressing employee underperformance. Dorie Clark suggests three main categories to explore: personal challenges, interpersonal dynamics, and leadership issues. To address personal challenges, leaders are encouraged to bridge the gap between perceived and actual potential through feedback and discussions about successful moments. Motivation is highlighted as a significant driver, and leaders are advised to identify and address any factors affecting it. Interpersonal factors, such as team changes or recognition shifts, are recognized as potential contributors to underperformance. Open communication and role adjustments are recommended solutions. The article also emphasizes leadership's impact; poor management practices can hinder potential. Leaders are urged to cultivate trust, provide effective feedback, and consider varied strategies. Read more:

Peter Fisk: “Keys to Drive a Company towards Innovation and Growth”

Peter Fisk is a global thought leader in strategy, innovation and marketing. Bestselling author, expert consultant and keynote speaker, Peter Fisk helping business leaders to develop innovative strategies for business and brands. Peter Fisk's article titled "Recode your business: Now is the time to be courageous, to create a better future" highlights the need for businesses to adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing world. Peter Fisk emphasizes the importance of three key mindsets for driving innovation, growth, and leadership towards a better future. The article acknowledges the challenges presented by various factors such as technological advancements, geopolitical shifts, complex markets, and environmental crises. It also mentions the demands of customers, disruptive entrepreneurs, social distrust, unexpected shocks, and uncertain futures. To navigate these challenges successfully, our speaker argues that businesses need to adopt a mindset of reinvention. This involves making sense of the changing world, exploring new strategies to achieve success, and encouraging teams to rethink their approach. Furthermore, businesses should seek out the best ideas and concepts from around the world, experimenting and learning through practical implementation. Read more:

Dorie Clark: Career Strategies in the AI Age

Dorie Clark is a marketing strategist and keynote speaker who teaches at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50. AI technology has the power to transform our professional lives, perhaps in the very near future. By following these strategies, our speaker Dorie Clarck believes she can find other ways to identify and deliver unique value, even as GPT-4 and technologies advance. Even in changing times, that's the clearest path to career insurance for you. In other words, what can we personally do to prevent the displacement that can occur as a result of AI and prepare for the future in the age of intelligent machines? Read the full article through this link:

Inma Martínez: “AI has to be auditable, meaning it has to be transparent and trustworthy”

  We share with you a post published in 'IESE Insight' in which you can learn more about Inma Martínez:   "What’s the state of AI deployment today? It varies widely — between different business sectors, between different governments, between different regions of the world. Generally speaking, industry understands how AI automatization or optimization works, because they have been dealing with it for years. They may, of course, struggle to implement it, but the benefits are clear for them to see. Governments, on the other hand, don’t always have it so clear. When meeting with them, you sometimes get the sense they have just read a McKinsey report on their way up in the elevator. Or they approach AI as if it were just another piece of software, which it’s not — it’s a multifaceted technology that’s 60 years old and continuously evolving; it’s “alive,” making it vital to understand what it is and what it’s not." (...) Read more:*u4fec7*_ga*MjAxMTc1OTAxMC4xNjY4MTc1NzQ5*_ga_TTCZTG63Q6*MTY3NTM1OTA4NS44Mi4xLjE2NzUzNTkxMDIuMC4wLjA.#interview_with_inma_martinez

Dorie Clark: “Strive for simplicity”

We share with you a post published in 'Fast Company' in which you can learn more about Dorie Clark: "Third, strive for simplicity. Remembering to pick up three items from the grocery store is significantly easier than remembering 30 items without the aid of a list. Our brains work the same way. In the field of neuroscience this is called “working memory overload.” Think of what you want people to share about you and then review it for the two to three most important elements. Trim the message down and you’ll have more people sharing it because they can remember it." Read more:

Adriana Macías: Las claves de su éxito

Adriana Macías es un claro ejemplo de superación a seguir por jóvenes, niños o adultos. Carente de sus extremidades superiores tiene un arma más poderosa: su expresión oral, por ello ha dictado infinidad de conferencias ofreciendo a los auditorios su testimonio de esperanza. Compartimos el

Dorie Clark: “If you want to grow exponentially, you need marketing”

We share with you a post published in 'Entrepreneur' in which you can learn more about Dorie Clark: "As Dorie mentions "If you're going to have a successful business doing sales all the time becomes a problem. And the reason for that is that sales often is not incredibly scalable. If you want to grow exponentially, rather than just incrementally, you need marketing in order to expose yourself and your business to a new audience." She then provides an approach for you to consider as you're just starting out, and once you begin to grow. "As we're thinking in waves early on, you over-index on sales, but eventually you need to level up your marketing as well, so that you can grow your business for the long term." (...) Read more:

Adriana Gascoigne: “We’re fighting a mindset about what a leader looks and sounds like”

We share with you a post published in 'Dr. Pippa's Pen & Podcast' in which you can learn more about Adriana Gascoigne. "Gascoigne is thrilled with the progress that has been made by women and minorities in the workplace over the years. But she feels we have yet to face our greatest challenge. “Diversity, equality and inclusion (DEI) can’t just be an initiative,” she explains. “It has to be an inherent part of what an organization does and part of a leader’s mindset. Our partnership with McKinsey & Co. measured up to 19 percent higher revenues at companies that approach gender parity. But now we’re fighting a mindset, one that’s been cultivated over generations and generations about what a leader looks and sounds like.”" (...) Read more:

Philippa Malmgren: “Is it possible that the superpowers are no longer able to hold themselves together?”

We share with you a post published in 'Dr. Pippa's Pen & Podcast' in which you can learn more about Dr. Philippa  Malmgren. “So, what sparks defiance? As ever, inflation always stokes the fire of dissatisfaction. But that’s just salt in the wound. The wound is the loss of belief and the loss of trust. This is an existential moment for both nations in which the key question is whether the citizens trust the leader and the nation to deliver a better future. This breakdown of trust in authority and the establishment has been underway for years. I wrote about this in both The Leadership Lab and The Infinite Leader”. (...) Read more:

Richard Gerver: “I think listening is so incredibly important”

We share with you a post published in 'Tes Magazine' in which you can learn more about Richard Gerver. “I think listening is so incredibly important. The problem is when you’re in a hierarchically powerful position, whether a teacher in a classroom, a school leader, a leader of an organisation, or a political system, is that you feel under profound pressure to have the answers to everything. But I think sometimes we don’t realise that actually, our job isn’t to have all the answers but to listen and find solutions from those that do have the answers. That takes the pressure off and opens up the power of collaboration that leads to better outcomes.” (...) Read more: