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In the long run, the time wasted in unproductive meetings has an extremely negative impact on corporate performance and even individual motivation. The ability to hold productive meetings is a skill that can be taught which is very useful for both team leaders and anyone taking part in meetings.
ESADE Alumni Careers is pleased to invite you to this workshop to hone the skills you need for productive meetings on the basis of three cornerstones – aims and objectives, the whole process that a meeting entails, and essential rules of behaviour – all centred on a model that can easily be transferred to any situation or organisation.
During the workshop, all participants will reflect upon their own experience and circumstances in a learning by doing format involving case studies, exercises and open discussions chaired by and contributed to by the coach.
Agustin Peralt (MBA 96)
PhD (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia) and degree in business administration (Universidad de Valencia). Consultant specialised in projects for executives and professionals in self leadership and management productivity.
After 15 years of management experience, Agustín has re-oriented his career towards training and management mentoring, and in the last four years he has directed more than 40 management productivity projects in both family firms and multinationals. He is the creator of the FASE method designed to enhance executive productivity. In October 2017, he published his first book, Lidérate, currently in its 4th edition, which outlines the cornerstones of his method.
He is currently in charge of a wide range of personal productivity projects for chefs in restaurants with 3 Michelin stars, directors and management boards in multinationals and management teams in all sorts of industries, to name but a few.
Formerly visiting professor at Amsterdam University for four years and currently at Universidad Politécnica de Valencia and ESADE.