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Comment expliquer à un collègue que ça va pas... du tout !

Comment expliquer à un collègue que ça va pas... du tout ! | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Pas toujours facile de dire les choses quand ça ne va pas ? Pourtant dans le domaine professionnel, comme personnel, communiquer sur ce que l'on pense ou ressent dans une situation difficile permet d’ouvrir la porte de la résolution du problème.

Via Caroline Carlicchi
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Par example si vous devez le faire aujourd'hui, lisez le d'abord...:-))) ca va vous aider...

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How Your Brain Responds to Performance Rankings

How Your Brain Responds to Performance Rankings | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Watch this video to see why traditional employee evaluations are flawed. For more insights, read " Kill Your Performance Ratings ."

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In short: badly... interesting material...

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ellenjharris's curator insight, September 5, 2014 11:27 PM

With direct experience with the traditional model, many highly talented professionals were mis-ranked in their careers.  The results of mis-ranking meant a loss of the very types of professionals companies desperately want to hire but cannot find. 

 

Too often the 'right' person for the position is not inspired to work for organization s who place metrics above how people interact and engage to accomplish project tasks. 

 

The model referenced in this video is one found outside the United States in companies whose studies around organizational development and behavior through knowledge management have reduced the 'barrier's-to-entry' where disparate team are encouraged to collaborate, innovate. 

 

This invariably leads to competitive advantage in global markets where the U.S. struggles to sustain a competitive position.

 

Siloed organizations are now fortressed in a manner that stymies growth and stalls internal progression for a variety of professionals who determine their only option is to devise their own exit strategy from an professionally unhealthy work environment.

 

The solutions require a dedication to an end result with direct impact on top-line growth.  Unfortunately human metrics get in the way of revenue growth and the possibilities for true market advantage go unrealized.

 

And the talented exit in droves to find opportunities that support their vision of a company in which departments and divisions interact and engage for a common goal of revenue excellence.

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Managing Complexity: The Battle Between Emergence And Entropy

Managing Complexity: The Battle Between Emergence And Entropy | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
By Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School Term Chair Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship. The business news continues to be full of stories of large companies getting into trouble in part because of their complexity.

Via Christophe Bredillet, Philippe Vallat
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Well, things are happening... for one: you are planning things to happen, for two: things are happening (emergently) below the line in the hierarchy (not only bad things, also good things), and for three: every system is slowly degrading if you are not spend energy to counteract this degradation... and the three things are happening simultaneously....

 

Is it so accidental that in a certain time you are not able to spot where you are (how far from that point you wanted to be - in the first place in planning phase....)? No, it's normal... what to do? According to the post, you should from time to time make order (like in the room of the teenagers....), that's the energy spent against the entrophy  (the force behind the "normal" and - without energy input - inevitable degradation)... and then you should support the emergent, inner, lower grade positive forces to help that "flow" becsause it' s them  through whom the external conditions might infuence the processes helping to resist the negative effect of the changing in the environment...

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Dave Guerra (Author)'s curator insight, December 2, 2013 1:51 PM

Emergence and Entropy are Two Ends of One Vortex #TwoSides2Super #Reflexicution #Superperformance

Aline Choupin's curator insight, December 5, 2013 10:16 AM

So....just sayin'.... you mean capitalistic large companies are turning like... sovietic bureaucracy ? I mean whatever the way the author analyze  the level ok complexity through processes....

Ron DeLong's curator insight, December 28, 2013 4:30 PM

complexity = risk

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Comment travailler avec quelqu'un que l'on aime pas ? | Le Blog de Coaching Go

Comment travailler avec quelqu'un que l'on aime pas ? | Le Blog de Coaching Go | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Et oui, le monde professionnel n'est pas celui des bisounours et on n'a pas toujours le choix. Qu'il s'agisse de collègues, de clients ou de fournisseurs, il est bon de savoir travailler avec des personnes que l'on aime pas !

Via Caroline Carlicchi
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Bon... se concentrer sur les faits, etc... 

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'If You Can't Measure It, You Can't Manage It': Not True

'If You Can't Measure It, You Can't Manage It': Not True | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

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Fifteen years later I still find it weird that I sucked down so much nonsense working in the corporate world, lots of it without even noticing. I sat in workshops and seminars and heard the most patently ridiculous garbage shoveled at me and the other participants, year after year for [...]

Via Philippe Vallat
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I actually love this...:-))) one of the bullshittiest of all...  The "M" from the SMART... which does not mean that SMART is not a good yardstick-model... it's good to help to structure your thinking process... the same thing for performance appraisal methods... they are good framework... but, please, don't take them too on face value, too seriously...

 

The same thing about all these test-mania in the schools and everywhere... that's the moment for me (excellent article, that's  courage...) to say that the earlier methods, writing and oral (!!!) exams were much more effective, OK, more subjective but at the end of the day, we are human and could be something more subjective than a human being?! Why do we try to hide this, fear of this? And try to robotize it? By that we are just stripping from all these processes  the only interesting part, the "human" element... They are dead seriously objective, only,  they are good for nothing or very very little...

 

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Damien Thouvenin's curator insight, February 12, 2014 1:41 AM

Déconstruction d'un mythe du management mais aussi, et de manière plus intéressante, des raisons profondes qui font que nos organisations continuent d'entretenir ce mythe.

Illustrations sympas, en prime :-)

Shaker technologies's curator insight, February 12, 2014 3:43 AM

We focus on the particles when waves are swelling and crashing all around us.

Great employees and great leaders manage the waves all the day, unmeasured and too often unseen. They manage customer relationships in the moment and over the long term. How do they do that so well, without benefit of yardsticks to guide them? How do they finesse and intuit and consult their way to the brilliant results they achieve, without the reports and tests that slow us down and annoy us in every other professional arena? Thank God, human processes like sticky conversations and the energy in a classroom or a conference room can’t be measured.

Those human waves have to be felt.

Aline Choupin's curator insight, February 24, 2014 9:35 AM

Liz completly nailed it !