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TECH EXEC
LEADER


From mastering the tech stuff
to managing the people stuff

​To really excel and succeed in your work you need to increase the people side of your career and business.

How can you leverage your creativity and innovative mindset to anticipate and prepare for interactions in a social context.

Understand how the need for technical evolution can only work when you match it with personal, human evolution.

Just as you adapt your systems and products to users and customers, how can you adapt to people and the multitude of complete situations you can encounter?

How to plan our self-transformation?

TECH EXEC MIND
TO E.Q. MINd


Using your technical mind to build emotional intelligence

How can you use your analytical, logical, and technical mindset to develop your people skills?

How can you leverage your current working style to be more present, confident, creative, and connected in social contexts?

How can you optimize your own "system" to build emotional intelligence and transform yourself into an inspiring leader?

How can you fine-tune your language, understand the nuances of your attitude and expression, and how you show up?

How to plan our self-transformation?

THE EMPATHIC
TECH
EXEC


Transition from expert to leader 
Lead with heart and empathy

What is needed in order to prioritize empathy in our social interactions rather than viewing it as an obstacle to productivity?

How can empathy be woven into professional relationships in order to have a positive impact on others and create meaningful connections?

What are a few ways to increase your level of empathy and transform yourself and your team?

Let me bring the "Dance"

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Are you looking for solutions around a lamppost, depending on an external light to guide you?
Let's change that

 So many of us have learned to resolve complex problems on screen; we write algorithms and lines of code, and tackle issues with well-designed diagrams.
 

But when it comes to more intangible problems like communication, personalities, and behaviors, we are completely lost in the dark.

Fortunately, you can learn how to pay attention to your emotions and perceptions, so you can lead and inspire people, advance your personal growth, and bring your visions to reality.

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
 Cisco

"Roberto was engaging, funny, yet firm. His stories and analogies were relevant, and his presentation style was just perfect for this team. The team really connect-ed with him, and he was able to convey the important concepts while still having fun.”

“You are an excellent facilitator with a very clear road map, organized everything in an easy to follow way.”

"You cared for everyone and remembered everyone's character clearly.
You are able to get the entire class engaged and involved. You inspired me in many cases by sharing your extensive experience and stories."

SENIOR MANAGER
 ASML

ASML WORKSHOPS
PARTICIPANTS

you've got to learn how to dance with others

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The password to dancing with others is empathy
Here is how to get it

 

Just as you can adapt your product/system to your target audience, so can you adapt your attitude, language, and behavior to the people you interact with, and to remember that they are, in fact, people, with concerns, emotions, fears, and complicated lives beyond the workplace.

 

By increasing your level of empathy and learning how to "dance" you will create more rewarding and trusting connections, and empower your team members.

take charge and create your own dance

Whatever happens to you happens for you; the challenges and confusions you face are what mold you.
Take the lead

What if you had a plan that will anchor you, and allow you to stay on course toward a higher vision of yourself?

 

If you can shed your fears, you can become self-determined, and when you are self-determined, you are no longer at the mercy of others. It is then when you truly become the leaders you were born to be.

 

You no longer dance to somebody else’s tune, but to the music that is in you. 

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