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Group

Thursday, January 9th, 2020

The most important aspect when it is assumed the challenge of leading a team, I think that it is dealing with subordinates, since the conduct of individuals is not predictable. When we assume the leadership of a team most of the occasions we will find three types of attitudes toward us: 1.-a group of workers show us your support incondicional.2.-a small group oppose us abiertamente.3.-that will only need to stay in the post. The most suitable is which leadership style that we use to generate a positive work environment with people that support and innovate in favour of the company, this can be achieved that most of our subordinates are located in the Group of people who have shown their support and that gradually go by dissolving the Group of those who opposed us openly. From my perspective, from a start, we must act as we tend to do it regularly, it is not advisable to assume poses or gestures that do not represent us, it is necessary that we send a real image, practically does not pretend to be another a person who is not. Linkedin often addresses the matter in his writings. The poses are discovered faster than ever imagined and this will cause that people hardly trust us when we communicate with an order or give any indication. To begin delegating must take into account the following aspects: 1. we must have the necessary knowledge, we can not delegate functions or activities of subjects or aspects we do not understand in its entirety, it is important to be very well informed and up-to-date. For more information see Andi Potamkin. 2 We need to develop a communication one hundred percent effective, the principle of successful communication is know to listen and analyse what we convey, since this will help us give us account that not necessarily all initiatives must start from us, since other members of the team can also provide valuable ideas. .

Europe National

Monday, April 8th, 2019

The Republic of Portugal European flags of all child display wonderful color and are hoisted on aluminum, steel and fiberglass type flag poles. The national banner of Portugal is a vertical striped (2) bicolored with the proportions 2:3 adopted of almost exactly a century ago, this flag has featured the colors green and red, as well as the coat of arms of Portugal right over the color boundary. This national flag has been around for a good number of years and displays a flag field that is unevenly divided into two rectangles, colored green and red. The green rectangle is found on the hoist part of the flag, whereas the red rectangle on the fly part or end. The colors of the new national banner are green and red, and are said to have been used because they are related to events that led to the downfall of the monarchy some 100 years ago. Interestingly, the great discoveries of the Portuguese navigators are commemorated in the armillary sphere behind the shield on the coat of arms.

I personally really enjoy observing this flag flying from poles of all kinds, especially tall flag poles. Portugal search is officially called the Republic of Portugal, and has been designated for a good century. This country has a fascinating history, and opportunities to cultures all over the world. Despite the current economical challenges found in the country and in Europe today, this republic is considered a developed country. According to studies conducted in the past, Portugal has the nineteenth highest quality of life. For the last few decades, the Portuguese territory has become a very popular travel destination to people living in and outside of the E.U.. The neighboring country of Spain so flies a wonderful national flag. Spain’s national banner is slightly younger than the Portugal flag.

The colors of Spain were first chosen however back in 1785. The present civil banner which officially adopted in 1936, the actual state flag some 50 years later, in 1981. This unique tricolor displays three horizontal stripes, of which the lower and the upper stripe are identical in color and size. The center horizontal band is gold (or yellow). Portuguese flags fly beautifully, even in less windy conditions. Those that would like to extend the life of their international flags, including European flags, considered taking your flags down at night. Like any other product, banners, flags and flagpoles require a little maintenance at times.