Leadership and People Week discusses communication, behavior, recruitment and emotional intelligence

Four talks will be given by specialists in areas such as communication, behavior, inbound recruiting and emotional intelligence.
Administration
24 January 2020
Leadership and People Week discusses communication, behavior, recruitment and emotional intelligence

From January 27 to 30, FGV IDE – Executive Education will hold a Leadership and People Week in Rio de Janeiro. Four talks will be given by specialists in areas such as communication, behavior, inbound recruiting and emotional intelligence. The meetings will take place on the third floor of FGV’s main building, at Praia de Botafogo, 190, Rio de Janeiro, from 7 pm to 10 pm.

The first talk will be given by Beatrice Boechat, who will address the topic of “Communication – how effective managers stand out.” The consultant, mentor, professor and speaker will discuss communication strategies and tactics that can be used by contemporary professionals to make things happen with excellence, in terms of both people and business results. The techniques she will present are designed to make professionals more visible at their company and therefore increase their chance of career success.

On the second day, Edmarson Bacelar Mota will talk about “Behavioral bias in decision making.” Mota has a PhD in administration and he has worked as an executive in the fields of design, planning, marketing, sales and quality. He will discuss qualitative and quantitative tools and techniques that are useful during the decision-making process.

The Leadership and People Week will continue on January 29 with a talk on “Inbound Recruiting – Strategies to make your employer brand more attractive.” Solange Pose, a professional with more than 30 years of experience in human resources and internal marketing, will talk about a methodology to ensure that candidates and employees are more engaged with a company’s purpose, while providing distinctive experiences to candidates, in line with each organization’s context.

Finally, a talk on “Emotional Intelligence in Practice” will wrap up the series of talks on January 30. This subject is considered a fundamental skill for all professionals, regardless of their hierarchical level or activity at their company. Paloma Almeida, a specialized consultant in human development who is doing a PhD in psychology, will address key theories about emotional intelligence and discuss how to develop these skills and apply them to everyday professional routines.

The talks are free to attend and open to everyone. For more information and to sign up, click here.