In our societies, it is very easy to find bosses, bosses that the higher you are in the business hierarchy, the more similarity you have to a monarch than to a leader. A leader is one who guides and helps his team work for a purpose. A leader does not have Machiavellian ideas because the end does not justify the means. Your boss does not mind saying goodbye to you, or a handful of people, or a whole branch for an end either for money or power. Continue reading “Be a leader, not a boss”
Amsterdam is a city filled with charming and diversity; this is reflected in the variety of museums around the Netherlands capital, like the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, Rembrandt museum, the House of Ana Frank and Madame Tusseauds, which will satisfy all art and history lovers.
Every journey is filled with hopes that feed our curious mind, filling the spirit and the soul. This is part of the travelling essence, especially when you fulfill the dream to step into such a monumental and magical structure like the sacred citadel of Teotihuacan, in Mexico, where the Sun and Moon Pyramids dwell.
Summer in Rome, Italy, can be sunny and hot, with high temperatures ranging from 28 to 30Cº. I really recommend to you to use shades, light clothes, hat, and stay always hydrated if you are planning to travel to the capital.
This year, brands and companies will face new challenges on the social media field. After the increase in advertising investment and the introduction of “Generation Z” into the labor market, these will be some of the marketing trends for 2018:
To visit The Netherlands is to know one of its well known identity symbols: the famous windmills.
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The community manager profession is very controversial and it is full of stereotypes. It is thought that it is a job proper to digital natives or millennials, who should have aptitudes and skills in technology handling. But it turns out that the use of technology, although basic, it is not everything.
Continue reading “What does it take to be a “Super Community Manager”?”