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Four conversations with your team to ensure you sleep well, by associate professor Carlos Royo


The ESADE Alumni Andorra Chapter is pleased to invite you to “Four conversations with your team to ensure you sleep well”, a talk in the Refresher Programme series by Carlos Royo, associate professor in ESADE’s Department of Organisation and People Management.

Many of us have attended leadership courses that focus on leaders’ must-have traits and competencies, but it is also possible to focus on leadership from the viewpoint of conversations with collaborators, colleagues and even superiors.


-    Non member: 20 €
-    Member: free+ 3 guests


Carlos Royo

Carlos Royo has a PhD in Social Psychology and Organizations (University of Barcelona), a master in Human Resources (Polytechnic University of Catalonia) and a post-graduate qualification in the Analysis and Behaviour of Groups in Organizations (University of Barcelona). He completed his academic training with a stay at the University of Sunderland (UK) during the first year of his PhD. He holds a Certificate in Intensive External Coaching (Columbia Business School, New York). He combines teaching at ESADE with his post as training, development and recruitment manager at RACC. Previously, he was in charge of competence development and leadership projects at Banco Sabadell and he has also worked at Adecco and Renault in the field of HR management. He currently teaches LEAD (Leadership Assessment and Development) at ESADE using the emotional intelligence model. He has also taught organizational psychology on several masters at the University of Barcelona, where he is also an associate professor, and given leadership courses at Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio). Author of articles on competence management and its application in professional environments. His main field of interest focuses on building bridges between professional praxis (what happens in companies) and business school and teaching environments.


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