PublicationsIn a world that is constantly evolving, a lifelong learning mindset is key to driving success that lasts.
These publications are tools for your daily professional life, providing solutions to struggles that many organizations face. With these insights, you’ll fine-tune your leadership abilities and improve your organization’s performance. Additionally, you will dive into the psychology of personal confidence and its implications for business leaders.
The world is constantly changing, and demands for new skill-sets in the workplace are springing up like never before. From the need to incorporate top-of-the-line digitization to enhancing corporate training strategies, and improving employees’ mindsets, it is clear that developing a lifelong learning culture is crucial to creating lasting personal and professional success.
As you make your way through these articles, you will gain critical insights for personal and professional growth which you can use to propel your organization through the 21st century.
IE’s Center for Corporate Learning Innovation will provide the essential, cutting-edge tools you need to stay on the front line of an increasingly demanding and competitive world.
Welcome to the future of work (Article in Spanish)
Professor, Dr. Nick van Dam explains at Expansion Newspaper how the pandemic has accelerated and multiplied by 10 some existing trends, such as digitization, teleworking, online learning, organizations seen as a set of networks and teams, and leaders as coaches.
Prediction: Half of Fortune 500 CEOs will be women before 2030
In the digital age, leaders must excel at managing their ego, thinking and emotions, their emotional intelligence and their otherness — the ability to connect, engage and relate emotionally with others in positive ways. Women may be more naturally positioned to do so.
How to identify Talent within the Company and Develop it. El País. January 2021. (Article in Spanish)
Boosting professional and personal skills is essential to maximize a resource that constitutes one of the main assets of companies. Nick van Dam shares his insights in El País newspaper about how to develop a corporate culture of talent development that reaches every employee.
These books embrace the relationship between psychology and organizational development, which can be incredibly useful for executives when finding ways to lead their companies. Not only do these books cover this relationship, but also discuss how an employee’s mindset is key in the evolution of an organization’s culture and overall framework. Learn more about these findings to discover how they can aid you in your professional endeavors.
Nick van DamLearning and development enhancement
In an increasingly competitive world, creating an environment of continuous learning is crucial for staying on the front line of organizational success. L&D experts uncover the key professional development points you need to know to make sure that every part of your organization is running on all cylinders.
Claudio Feser, Michael Rennie and Nicolai Chen Nielsen. Contribution author Dr. Nick van Dam.Developing real leadership talent.
In today’s ever-changing world, every business needs access to a deep and talented pool of leaders to keep their organization on the cutting edge of success. Following decades of experience and scientifically proven research, this book guides leaders to unleash talent at all levels of their organization.
Eileen Rogers and Nick van DamUnlocking human potential
Experience and scientific research have joined forces in this easy-to-read book. Readers will be guided on a journey to unlocking their excellence, boosting their happiness, and increasing professional and personal success.
Jacqueline Brassey and Nick van DamAuthentic confidence
Readers will gain real-world insights into how to develop their confidence while enhancing their leadership abilities. Drawing from scientifically proven research in the fields of neuroscience and psychology, the world’s top leaders uncover the keys for creating confidence.