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Unless you first change from within yourself, you will be unable to lead others and, accordingly, lead change. That comment alone should make it clear that leadership starts from within, that is, from a self-consciousness process that eventually makes the person delve into their inner self, reassess their deepest beliefs and truths, and eventually awaken to their true, best self. In short, that is the conscious leadership journey, one that makes the leader transcend their own self in order to...

Learn about the existing discounts for this course that will allow you to understand the relevance of the CSR, its analysis in the business environment and implementation in companies and organizations.   CMI Business School launches the first edition in English of the Expert Degree in CSR and Sustainability that will begin in November 2020 and has a bonus for pre-enrollment payment. It is a 10% discount that will be applied to those who reserve their place until Friday, October 16, 2020...

Companies and the financial world in general evolve and develop at the same pace as society. In particular, businesses are not indifferent to the greater sensitivity of a large number of citizens to issues related to sustainability or to the need that their actions be guided by the highest ethical standards. All this has led to the emergence of different expressions that combine concepts that in the past were very distinct, and sometimes even conflicting, such as green finance or...

For a while now, the term Corporate Social Responsibility has become quite common. However, companies should take into account the following aspects: Economical, since the shareholders expect to obtain financial results with the minimum risk. Social, according to what the society requests, more job security, better working conditions, among other concerns. Environmental, requests to control the impact of business activity and implement the circular economy within it. All this leads us to believe that a company will survive only if it...

Our business school was awarded for its contribution to CSR during an event that was attended by more than 700 participants and brought together 35 companies, varying from multinationals to SMEs, public organizations and experts, at the Endesa corporate headquarters. On Wednesday, February 26, the 15th edition of the Corresponsables Yearbook was held, where CMI Business School received recognition for its great work in training leaders with a focus on CSR, a key and transversal aspect that characterizes all its programs. Rafael...

"We seek that, through the business experience our students receive, they contribute to the development of a sustainable and responsible management approach, helping companies to make a positive impact on society," explained Natalia Di Piazza Umbides, head of the Institutional Development Area at CMI Business School.   It is extremely important for CMI Business School to ensure that our students can integrate into the job market, and that is why we are constantly working to sign new collaboration agreements for internships in...

Towards a Healthy Organization model   Currently, in the area of business and people management, the Healthy Organizations model is becoming increasingly relevant. From both the management and the consultancy and research scope, the activity dedicated to deepen the knowledge about the welfare at work, its possible causes and its desired consequences is increasing significantly. An example of this was the last congress held by the EAWOP: the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, in which the latest advances in the...

“The admissions staff gave me all the necessary information to be able to do the arrangements for my transfer, they gave me attention at all times regardless of the 7 hours of time difference,” said the student from Mexico.  A student of the Master in Human Management and Organizational Development told about her CMI Business School experience, in this video where she highlighted the reception process she received from the school staff.    Bárbara Salas has a degree in Public Relations at the Institute of Graphic Communication of the North of Saltillo, Coahuila de Zaragoza. It is part of the first course that proposed in Europe an overcoming vision of what some schools continue to call, Human Resources.    She told about her experience in CMI Business School. Regarding her incorporation to the school, she pointed out that the human factor has been a key element for his decision since -as she explains- her transfer meant a great deal of administrative management.    Salas also highlighted the CSR perspective that runs through the program and the important teaching staff that teaches it. “They are all researchers and have great professional experience and that isperceive, ” she said.    "An important factor was also the system of scholarships they provide. There are many and varied recognizing our professional career, where we came from, our academic record," he commented off camera indicating that this "especially helps students to come to study we moved from country, with what all this implies, to find a new home, work, among other things, ” she declared.    From our foundation, at CMI Business School we promote the universality of knowledge, and with it the generation of equal opportunities for our students. That is why we work daily to support these scholarships and funding aids that facilitate access to these studies, without affecting the quality and excellence of our training programs.  [vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lj2U2lqRSbE" align="center"]...

At present, organizations develop in political, economic and social environments and scenarios that are highly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous, where it is necessary to adapt continuously. At the same time, the labour market has become increasingly demanding and competitive, and to face this, people must be more and more competent. To be competent means to develop a set of observable behaviors that are related to a good or excellent performance in a particular job and a particular organization. These behaviors are called...

Toti Könöllä has a PhD in Technological Sciences and a Master in Environmental Economics from the Technological University of Helsinki, Finland and an international advisor to OECD countries as an expert in innovation, entrepreneurship, digitalization and sustainability. At CMI Business School he works as a professor and academic coordinator of the Master MBA Responsible, a training program of excellence. “You have to look at all this of responsibility as a cross-sectional way of the entire organization,” says Könöllä in this video...