Thus countries like Norway and Finland have understood it. Kliksberg quotes the Norwegian experience in this respect: Norway is a country where mothers have a postpartum license for nine months and parents have a postpartum license for two months. Because the idea is that both spouses should receive the child. It is a good start because it is critical of what is going to happen next. It is indicated by all the advances in medical science. They protect the family. And concludes Kliksberg, regarding the outcome of this policy: the levels of competitiveness, qualification, productivity of the Norwegian workforce educated from this good beginning will be far superior to those of other countries of the world. It’s an investment that society is doing in their children after having one of the most competitive work hands in the world.

And there they have accomplished a small society, as the Norway or Finland, with investments of this kind lead all global tables of technological progress, international competitiveness, etc. Family is, par excellence, the training center of effective managers. The truth is that the family is the context where people receive essential information for its effective performance, where they learn to value and respect people, to communicate assertively with others, to solve problems, to take and make commitments to manage risks, to be flexible to cope with the changes, solve problems, be flexible to set limits and respect the boundaries of others, to work with creativity, to take effective decisions, to play with discipline and responsibility, oriented towards growth, develop awareness of the needs and the others. Manuel Barroso, managerial meditations, bibliography 2005 Manuel Barroso, self-esteem: ecology or catastrophe, 1987 Manuel Barroso, be family, 2006 Bernardo Kliksberg, interview by Norma Dominguez, May 2006 spider Arnoldo, the power of education in the home., 2009. Original author and source of the article.

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