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The future of work is today

Recent circumstances have made us adopt new ways of living our day to day. Although it seems that we are coming out of the health crisis, many of the behaviors adopted to prevent the spread of the coronavirus have become established in our daily activities with no turning back.  While the end of the “confinement” […]

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5 Behaviors of a Team

  We live in an increasingly complex world, where companies need to be much more agile in their organizational structures and more accelerated in their growth to compete. That is why it is essential to create effective teams that support an organization and drive results. Yet, this is one of the most challenging areas for […]

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Why do you need a coach?

The figure of coaching as we know it dates back to the middle of the 20th century, and was first attributed to interpersonal sports training. W.T. Gallwey wrote a book in 1970 titled “The Inner Game of Tennis,” influenced by his time at Harvard University as a tennis coach. Gallwey pointed out that the game […]

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Women coaching leadership

What is and what is not coaching?

One of the most important things you can do to grow in your career and develop your leadership is work with a coach. And perhaps you have noticed that in recent years there has been an increase in the number of coaches. Evidently, there is a market of people who seek support to achieve personal […]

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5 tips to be a world-class champion with the help of a coach

  Just as Olympic athletes rely heavily on the support of their coaches, in ordinary life it is not that different. For example, coaches and athletes create a strong bond, without one the reason for being of the other would not be adequately explained. “The most important thing a coach does is provide feedback. We […]

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How to Get back in the Driver’s Seat of your Career

  As we continue in challenging times, it is important to take charge of your career. The inertia of how your work lives has been conducted has likely brought you to a point of stagnation. According to the LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company Women in the Workplace Study, the possible reasons why you may find […]

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Why and how to develop your personal brand

The times when you competed for a job only through interviews and with a resume in hand are over. And I do not mean that the resume is no longer used, but what has passed on is the idea that a candidate is only defined by their professional and educational experience.  Currently, other abilities such […]

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Balance vida familia

5 Strategies for Work and Family “Balance”

We live in a society where the need to be more productive and competitive places people in a complex situation. And now, we need to add on the phenomenon of the pandemic that has forced many families to work from home and blur the lines between work and personal lives. This competing demands from family […]

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The Best Strategies for Leading Remote Teams

I am not exaggerating if I say that the work team is the most important element of an organization. A team is a group of people who actively cooperate to achieve the same goal. Until a little over a year ago, the connection between people who collaborated at work was in person, except for those […]

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Get Unstuck Leadership Development Coaching

6 Tips to Get Unstuck

One of the biggest challenges that we may face in our lives is when we get to a point of stagnation. The statistics are not so great, since a study has found that 69% of people feel stuck in some way, be it in their own routines, in their work, or in their interpersonal relationships. […]

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8 Tips to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

So, you’ve had professional and personal achievements, you are recognized by many because they consider that you are capable and that you have the necessary skills to fulfill your function, however, you don’t feel sure that everything they say about you is true. You probably think that your current position might be too big for […]

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The iCatalyze Guide to Working Remotely

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many employees around the country to work from home. As we try to reduce the amount of people infected with the virus and practice social distancing, we may find ourselves isolated or overwhelmed in dealing with this new reality. I know there are some workers (whom I greatly admire) that are […]

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