A study conducted in partnership by BNP Paribas and Nova School of Business & Economics (Nova SBE) concluded that 86.4% of students and 60% of employees of several Portuguese and international companies "prefer the hybrid work model" - which includes face-to-face days and remote working. The research, entitled "Re-imagining Work", also presents relevant data for the future of the labor market.
Networking and wine have everything in common. Terry Hamill, specialist in Education, Leadership, and Human Potential, from Singularity University Portugal and Executive Coordinator of the W.I.N.E. program explains why.
"We are witnessing a transformation of leader's image. And, for the first time, we are seeing words like humility, vulnerability and involvement entering the vocabulary we associate with a good leader. Who guarantees this is Milton de Sousa, the Scientific Coordinator of the Servant Leadership program.
The balance between personal and professional life and the type of leadership in teams are increasingly important when looking for new job opportunities. A study by CEMS, a global alliance that brings together more than 30 universities and management schools from around the world, including Nova SBE, concluded that more and more factors, in addition to salary, are determining the attractiveness of the proposals.
We urgently need leaders of the future, but not necessarily new people. These new managers should focus on the development and expression of the competencies of the workers that make up the organisations. These people are already in the companies, but they are often "hidden" behind management systems that do not give space or time to prioritize the vectors and the most appropriate activities.