Economist, entrepreneur and expert on success
We must bring life to the years and not just years to life
Emilio Duró is an entrepreneur, consultant and trainer in business issues. Expert in the development of proactive attitudes in organizations that dynamize and facilitate change. He has worked as an advisor or trainer with the management teams of more than 90% of the IBEX companies and the first international companies in everything related to the search for the right attitudes to adapt, in a positive way, to a changing environment. His lectures deal with the increase of life expectancy, genetics does not have pre-established solutions that allow finding new challenges and giving meaning to life. Defends that the "pursuit of happiness of individuals", has become an objective of study for companies in order to reduce the number of depressions, anxieties or alexithymias, which involve a large labor cost and the formation of The world's leading companies are focusing on developing positive mental attitudes in their employees. Founding partner of Iter Consultores S.L., holds a degree in Economics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and an MBA from ESADE Business School. Director of national and international companies, professor in universities and business schools. He is a member of the board of directors of different companies. Author of multiple articles in business publications and general dissemination. His interventions on TV, radio and digital media have millions of followers and thousands of people have listened to his interventions live.
New trends in training
•The development of attitudes necessary to adapt to changes
•The proper management of values
•Character development: genetic part and part learned
•The ability to learn and adapt constantly
•The development of the coefficient of optimism, emotional intelligence, resilience and the proactive management of change.
The new requirements to be successful at work
•Optimism understood as the management of the present and not of the past. The responsibility in the face of guilt. The error management.
•Passion towards life and work. Is it born or made?
•Hard work. As an easy learning leads to a difficult life.
•Knowledge. The importance of the ability to adapt and learn
Quadrants that contribute to happiness
•Physical quadrant: the need to keep fit, eat well and play sports.
•Emotional quadrant: the management and communication of emotions, the influence of personal and professional balance and the importance of the emotional quotient.
•Intellectual quadrant: the ability to learn, the development of knowledge and the influence of our intellectual quotient.
•Spiritual quadrant: the meaning of life, cultivating the spirit, the importance of love, positive and constructive values.
"The pursuit of happiness"
Dean of the IE School of Global and Public Affairs & Senior Associate of Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs in Harvard.
Expert on innovation, marketing and creativity. Director of Think! and OTB
Successful entrepreneur in the Internet world and new technologies. Business Angel AND bestseller author