• 24/02/2024
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On February 23rd and 24th, the Hotel Tent in Granada became the epicenter of an innovative training program for young talents. Participants of the Opportunity Day Program, an initiative launched by the Chair of Intrapreneurship of Lactalis Puleva in collaboration with the University of Granada, immersed themselves in two intensive days of leadership training and key skills essential for success in the job market.

The event featured two prominent trainers in the field of personal and professional development: Ana Martín-Moreno, known for her deep knowledge in emotional management and coaching techniques, and Lola Vidal, co-director of the Talent Incubator. Both experts shared their knowledge and experiences, providing attendees with practical tools to improve their interpersonal competencies and leadership skills.

The collaboration between Lactalis Puleva and the University of Granada has proven to be a fundamental pillar in promoting intrapreneurship and innovation. The Opportunity Day Program, designed to enhance the capabilities of young entrepreneurs and future professionals, reflects the commitment of both institutions to educational excellence and talent development.

Throughout the weekend, participants had the opportunity to engage in various activities focused on strengthening soft skills such as effective communication, teamwork, conflict resolution, and ethical leadership. The training centered on these skills, considered essential for development in today’s fast-paced and constantly changing business environment.

The program not only provided a platform for learning and personal development but also offered young people the opportunity to connect with each other, thus creating a networking network that will undoubtedly serve them greatly in their professional future.

With this activity, the cycle of initiatives for this academic year from the Chair of Intrapreneurship of Lactalis Puleva and the University of Granada comes to a close. Numerous activities have been developed in this first year of the Chair’s journey, and the balance is extremely positive by both institutions, reaffirming their role as catalysts for change and excellence in the business and academic fields.