Examples for XXI Century Leadership


By Germán Bernate

Bogotá, Colombia

Entrepreneurs are always interested in hiring professionals with leadership skills. This offers executives seeking customers with optimum knowledge of the situation of the country, world, technology, competitors, among many attributes and the ability to identify opportunities for business growth globally.

It is a task difficult and challenging.  The first step is to ask professionals who hold university degrees to ensure they have appropriate training. Also required to have received solid ratings Certifications, Companies deserve credibility. So here academically.

In practice, in the everyday work the candidate must have: attitude and aptitude. Some very young, when ‘premiere’ in real life come loaded title: and levitate!

Cause discomfort among coworkers and generate complex situations. Preferably, say the experts, look professional with good attitude and aptitude, i.e. having characteristics of leaders. And these are learned: through reading and observation of people who work in positions where they mingle with people from many different conditions.

Francisco, the Pope.

The Catholic Church has regained its position in the ranking of religions. Among many mentioned: Christianity (2.300 billion), Islam (2038), Buddhism, Hinduism, Chinese traditional, indigenous and Afro-American religions, Sikhism, Spiritism, Judaism, Baha’i, Jainism, Shinto, Caodaism, Zoroastrianism, Tenrikyð, Neopaganism, Unitarian, Rastafarianism , and the Colombian missing: they are led by the Catholic Church, followed by evangelical congregations, Pentecostalism, Protestant, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Anglican, Jewish, Orthodox, look, among the largest.

Pope Francisco knows the powerful network of competitors, seek the salvation of souls. He quickly managed to position himself in the hearts of the faithful and all people in the world, without distinction of race, nationality, creed, sexual orientation. 


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About the Author

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Bogota, Colombia

Germán Bernate is an Electronic Engineer (Universidad Distrital – 1962) and Master in Project Management (UCI University of Costa Rica 2009). He worked 31 years for IBM in Colombia in managerial and technical positions. He was work with NCR Colombia and served as Program Manager and Project Manager. Founder and CEO of Almagesto  (2004), a company dedicated to consulting and training in the areas of strategic planning and project management. In 1992 he won the first prize in the fourth edition of Doctor Zumel Literary Contest in Madrid Spain. President of the Board of Teatro Colón for five years (2007-2011). Led the Project Management program at Universidad Piloto August 2008 to December 2009. Parquesoft Director during the period from August 2010 to March 2011. Professor at universities Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas, Nacional, Javeriana, Pamplona, Tecnológica de Bolívar, Andes, Externado, America and Piloto. Co-founder Colombia Chapter PMI (Project Management Institute) and its president for three terms. Co-founder of the Colombian Association ACGePro Project Management IPMA Member Association (International Project Management Association). He has published several books, including ‘El año 2000 al acecho. La crisis del Y2K afectará a su computador, aprenda a controlarla’on the issue of the change of the millennium. In February 2013, published as the book ‘Gerencia de Proyectos: aplicaciones en salud’. Computerworld Editorial Board Member since 1996 and international correspondent of PM World Today eJournal and PMForum.org from 2007-2011. Contact email: [email protected]

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