With high expectations from the audience, Jorge Valdano closed the first day of World Leadership Forum Mexico. Former soccer player, coach and a part of the Argentinean team who won the World Championship in 1986 in Mexico, he spent the majority of his career in Spain as director of one of the most celebrated soccer teams in the world: Real Madrid.
The audience was enthralled with Valdano’s presentation, who from his vast experience as a leader enumerated the 11 powers of great leaders. Discover them in the following!
The fourth speaker on the first day of World Leadership Forum Mexico, Itay Talgam, world-renowned orchestra director, began his presentation with a simple yet challenging task for the audience: conducting them to say his name, in unison, and correctly. Just a taste for the complexities of directing an entire orchestra, we guess! In the following discover the reaction on Twitter we had from participants in the event and all over the world, watching the presentation with WOBI Membership's live, online streaming.
With a charisma and energy that kept the audience smiling and on the edge of their seats throughout the entire session, the Vice President of Latin American Division Training at a Great Place to Work Institute® Raciel Sosa gave a panoramic view of the current work scenario: environments where four generations coexist with differences and conflicts. How to successfully lead such diverse groups? It comes from within the organization, and particularly from the people who make it up.
From Baby Boomers to Generation Z, discover the characteristics of each generation and how businesses, leaders and collaborators can work together to coexist, unleash potential and achieve a better place to work.