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focusCommunicate, communicate and communicate Everyone knows that the greatest challenge for leaders is to form a committed Team that is engaged around common objectives. But are leaders managing to communicate what they really expect of their Team?
Super professionals for infrastructure The businesses that work in the numerous infrastructure sectors are getting bigger in Brazil, which gives rise to highly specific needs for human capital. The scene is changing in the sector - with new companies emerging and new opportunities developing.
Daniel de Oliveira Sales
Emotional Illiteracy We have heard a lot about functional illiteracy, but there is also emotional illiteracy, which is the incapacity to deal with your own emotions and those of others.
Quality management Anthropologist Luiz Marins points out the characteristics of a successful leader.
Leadership Style Analysis - A cross country vision in terms of leadership profiles This article reports a comparative study of leadership styles, based on the Situational Leadership theoretical model, with participants of the following countries: Brazil, Czech Republic, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and Turkey.
Career management Amongst the many important decisions that we have to make in life, we are confronted with the task of choosing a professional career.
Benedito Rodrigues Pontes
After all, who is accountable for that? Brief comments on the borderline between the manager's liability and the company's liability.
Enrique Tello Hadad e Alessandra Martins de Souza
Field vision and field of vision The average Brazilian growth in the last few years is still far from being a huge show about business growth. If we look at the audience: who sat in the first row; and who missed the show of increasing income? Workers with above-average growth in Brazil include the less literate, from sectors like domestic services, construction and agriculture.
Situation in the Amazon Region - social, environmental and economic aspects Notwithstanding some advances over the last decades, social, economic and environmental conditions are still drastic in all six countries that comprise the Amazon basin: Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.
SIG invests in Paraná plant SIG Combibloc, a company of Swiss origin, is one of the world's leading makers of aseptic carton packaging and filling machines for foods and beverages. Having come to Brazil a few years ago, SIG has engaged with major partners, including national and regional leaders in dairy products, tomato derivates, non-carbonated beverages, and wine.
Ordinary General Meeting and lecture by Luiz Felipe Lampreia / CIOSP 2012
Brazilian community in Switzerland
Instituto Terra Brasilis