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There are all kinds of animals represented in the companies. It is the Chameleon who transforms completely depending on the head; the bull that is unstoppable and has walls; the ostrich who hides his head whenever things are tight; the goat in glassware, who doesn’t know of diplomacy; and up to the chupacabras, which dries and kills people who have nearly as long upload of post. More info: Aaron Ekblad. Today I want to focus on two figures: the Penguin and the pigeon. For even more opinions, read materials from Bobby Sharma Bluestone. These two characters come to the case as a continuation of the article of lies last week. Penguins.The corporate Penguin is a character that has wings but can not fly.

It looks elegant because anda tag and therefore looks better than it really is. Skills that has this character to explain slides are confused with their abilities to manage groups and generate results. The meetings with their bosses, is an excellent presenter. Power Point is your best friend because it gives you the ideal vehicle to make his show; all the graphics are beautiful, color, are tested and know handle so as to cause a good impression. Highlights the good, bad, hides it or dilutes it among other information so that it is not noticeable. The Penguin retouch the slides in the right places, studied one by one and, as the best cosmetic surgeon, refines them so they look.

Yet at the end, you makeup them in detail for you to see as a girl to point out to a dance at night. A typical Penguin has to all its staff working for presentations. From a monthly meeting to another which makes is simple: prepares the next presentation. Everything revolves around that, as if it were a politician who will not stay still in his post and do not plan to operate, but in winning votes. The main motivator is the moment of contact with the boss; the market, production, purchases, collection, competition and up to customer are less important.


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