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3R Historical Figures: William Shakespeare & Inspiration by the theater

William Shakespeare & inspiration by the theater

“It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.”  W. Shakespeare

Shakespeare (1564-1616) is considered as one of the greatest poets, playwrights and writers of English culture. He leaves behind him an unparalleled legacy; his works are translated into more than 100 languages and he is one of the most studied authors by schoolchildren in the world.

At 3r consultants, the transmission of values ​​is crucial, just as it was for Shakespeare through his works. Many lessons can be learned from Shakespeare’s writings.

We chose William Shakespeare because, like him, we seek to transmit values ​​to each of our achievements; whether it is in the context of training, coaching or a seminar. Today professional environment no longer focuses solely on skills called “technical” (Hardskills) but also a lot on your emotional and relationship skills (Softskills). Hence the need to know how to promote its values ​​in the eyes of others.

In the plays of William Shakespeare, we can observe that the author gives a very important place to the human aspect of each. Just like him, at 3r, we think that the human is essential in the company because it is one of the essential cogs.

Through the play Henri V, the author highlights his courage and consistency. It is up to you to succeed, like Henry V, you are able to overcome adversity. If you show courage in the face of the obstacles that stand before you, you will only come out of it; in your eyes but also in the eyes of those around you.

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We believe that success is based not only on hard work and rigour, but also on creativity, humour and fun.

Our DNA drives us to create innovative, fun and action-oriented learning, coaching and development solutions that inspire lasting change.

Our goal is to provide the tools and inspiration necessary for everyone to find their own way to succeed. That’s how we too, with you, contribute to creating history.


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