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Training new Registrars in team management skills
coaching para empresas

On the occasion of the 6th National Congress of the Official Association of Registrars, which will take place on 15-17 de septiembre en Valladolid, Silvia Pérez-Navarro will take part in the pre-programme for the "aspirants", the new Registrars of Property, Mercantile, and Movable Property who have passed the competitive examination, on team management skills. This is a unique initiative in which the new Registrars will receive practical training on team leadership skills applied in the most innovative private companies. In the session entitled "Team management: from student to entrepreneur". Silvia will work with the new Registrars on basic people leadership skills, introducing them to Team Coaching and putting these skills into practice in specific workshops. The aim of this session is that these professionals, who from now on will have to face not only the technical challenges of their new profession, but also the management of a new business and, therefore, of a team, become familiar with team leadership from the beginning of their career.

The motto of the congress is:
"Humanism and Technology at the Service of Society."

It is reflected with topics of great interest and topicality such as innovation, cybersecurity, creativity, ethics, human rights, team leadership and entrepreneurship.

In Silvia's experience:

"Nowadays, team leadership skills are essential in any professional environment".

Silvia indicates that these skills are essential in view of the speed with which any professional must face changes derived from business digitalisation and the current demands of the economy and society.

The profession of registrars cannot be oblivious to all these developments, especially in view of its very unique nature, which shares characteristics of both the public and private sectors in terms of how it operates. Teams tend to have very similar basic needs and objectives, regardless of whether they work in the private or public sector, and attention to the non-technical skills of those who lead and integrate them is undoubtedly a sign of the desire to progress and adapt to the environment in which we live.

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