Recently we have seen the media devoting an increasing amount of press to the paradigm shift that is taking place in the banking industry in the digital age, as well as the new competitors who have entered into the financial market. Are we ready for new competitors?
For years, Harvard professors William Ury and Roger Fisher published a bestseller on negotiation, Get the Yes*, a work book was probably the most successful trading history and the main reference for training in negotiation recent decades.
Do you know what is the most important influence of a new manager who is perched at a command post for the first time? No, not the courses we give, or management skills that the company claims to have, or even what you look for internet wisely. It is much closer: includes influences and personalities of those bosses that he has had.
The non-verbal communication experts say that the best tool for a negotiator to close a sale is their way of speaking and his image; However, this should be added that to promote the previous two, first we need to know the language of our bodies, because it expresses, and long.
Recalling the shortsightedness of the marketing of Levitt, today we find companies that play this strategic error on one smaller scale. From the safety offered by the well established business models, they trust their commercial muscle to, period after period, go to fulfilling the goals of its strategic plans.
Presently the companies take advantage of only 20% of people and enough talent with wonder: my company allows me to develop my potential and talent? We must get the best of the people by means of tools applied to work, personal development and its working group.
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