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Definition du Coaching - Alain Cardon

Définition du Coaching selon Alain Cardon MCC (Master Certified Coach) www.Metasysteme-coaching.fr Réalisée par Fadhila Brahimi (

Via Coach HEC - Philippe Olivier Clement
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Karine Aubry curator says: "Le coaching c'est l'accompagnement du dialogue du client, centré sur l'atteinte de ses résultats" Alain Cardon, qui parle toujours aussi bien du coaching comme d'un art de faire émerger.
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Coach HEC - Philippe Olivier Clement's curator insight, April 12, 2013 7:54 AM

Si vous vous intéressez au coaching, soit pour être coach soit pour être coaché vous avez indéniablement lu ou aperçu les ouvrages et les interventions d’Alain Cardon. Coach, superviseur, auteur, blogueur … il est un des pionniers du coaching en France les plus connus à l’étranger.

Karine Aubry's curator insight, April 16, 2013 9:02 AM

"Le coaching c'est l'accompagnement du dialogue du client, centré sur l'atteinte de ses résultats" Alain Cardon, qui parle toujours aussi bien du coaching comme d'un art de faire émerger.

David Azria's curator insight, February 28, 12:10 PM

Il est toujours intéressant d'avoir le regard d'une personne telle qu'Alain Cardon sur le coaching.

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Mind Games

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Steven Pinker culled exam questions from his Harvard course “Psychological Science.” Test your knowledge.
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Leadership: Dealing With Wicked Problems

 

The Mudd Partnership Presents: Leadership: Dealing With Wicked Problems Read more at www.themuddpartnership.com ([SLIDESHARE] Dealing With Wicked Problems #wickedproblems #honoringemergence#organisationaldevelopment

Via F. Thunus, Philippe Vallat
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"Think total, act piecemeal..." Like in the PDCA process cycles... what problems are wicked? Page through this presentation...:-))) which are so complex and multifaceted you cannot see it through in one shot... (OK, it's a bit even more complicated...)... what I like also that you should be careful not to use generalised solution managerial methods to everything... the people are different, the situations are different... so, think before act and think in different approaches, in different models...

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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, April 13, 7:01 AM

Simply and well done: a good, understable overview of dealing with wicked problems / complexity / uncertainty

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To do list or not to do?

To do list or not to do? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Arrêtez de faire des listes de tâches! Cela vous place bien souvent dans une position d'échec et de frustration. Examinons la liste des choses à faire que vous êtes en train de gérer: Combien de fois vous intéressez-vous uniquement aux tâches que vous pouvez finir en deux minutes? Combien de tâches n'en sont pas, mais…
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Something about the Schyllas and Charybdises of keeping a to do list... Like it for I always failed to use one even for a relatively short period... I know now - at least - partially why was that... good...:-)))

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The four types of incertitude – Tom Vladeck

The four types of incertitude – Tom Vladeck | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

This post was inspired by a recent tweet:

With uncertainty the underlying distribution of outcomes is undefined; with risk we know the distribution. http://t.co/rnUtv32YOg

— Tren Griffin (@trengriffin) March 30, 2014


Via Philippe Vallat
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Good point... look at the quadrates of outcome/probability and certitude/incertitude...:-))) that is it...

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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, April 7, 8:24 AM

About risk - uncertainty - ambiguity - ignorance

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The Difference Between Successful and Very Successful People

The Difference Between Successful and Very Successful People | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
I recently met with a capable and driven executive and asked him, “How are you?” He gave me a rapid-fire answer of all of the things he was doing: travelling, business updates, career changes and his
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Three Reasons to Steal, Not Copy. Here's How and Why

Three Reasons to Steal, Not Copy. Here's How and Why | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Lacking inspiration today? Trying too hard to come up with unique ideas that the world has never seen? Here's an angle for you: 'steal' other people's and put them together in a way that you and only
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Good artists copy, great steal... (from Picasso) Good point... and one more from Godard and a stippet video from Jobs... all about searching and working for perfect... all are the most creative people of mankind... think about it...:-))) when you just sit at your table and try to find out the most original thing in the world that could be... most probably you fail... take ideas from anywhere, films, books, conversations, anything and keep what is really calling you... perhaps they will yield som day a new quality and that will be it...:-)))

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» The Neuroscience of Resiliency: An Interview with Linda Graham - Mindfulness and Psychotherapy

» The Neuroscience of Resiliency: An Interview with Linda Graham - Mindfulness and Psychotherapy | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Linda Graham, author of Bouncing Back shares with us what we can do to wire a more resilient brain.
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The neuroscience gobbledygook why it's good being happy...:-))) like it... makes no harm...:-)))

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3 étapes pour une détox mentale | Le Blog de Coaching Go

3 étapes pour une détox mentale | Le Blog de Coaching Go | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
3 étapes pour une détox mentale et enfin mettre au placard ses mauvaises habitudes !

Via Caroline Carlicchi
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Well, "détox mentale", I like the term...:-)))

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HR-trends 2014 - Deloitte

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Lots of talking about...

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Germany bans managers from calling or emailing staff after work hours

Germany bans managers from calling or emailing staff after work hours | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
The newspaper cited official guidelines stating that no staff should be penalized for turning off their cellphone or failing to pick up messages after working hours.
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Voilà, something what can effectively help to gain back some degree of  the work-life balance...:-))) it's good that some authorities/employers are realising that in th long run wearing off too much the employees is not useful to the economies/companies as a whole either...

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The John Maxwell Company

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Good point and s good metaphora for the business arena where also very  important to have a real team...

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La reconnaissance — la Qualité de Vie au Travail

La reconnaissance — la Qualité de Vie au Travail | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Dans un premier article du 27 février 2014 Le don 3D pour contribuer à la QVT et la performance, je vous ai présenté le don 3D (Dynamique Durable du Don

Via Olivier HOEFFEL
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One more in French in the morning... e.g. about the happiness, how the highs and lows are reverting back to normal, average (normally we call "happiness" the highs which are (see diagrams and your life...:-))) "momentaneous" ("moments" here might mean minutes to months perhaps...)... the main task is to make the average (balanced state) higher...:-))) 

 

..,and also about the appreciation, the useful feedback, mentonning that about 3 positove feedback might balance 1 critics... (I am sceptic with the number - not convincing is for me the source - but very much agree with the idea that more real, actual, detailed positove appreciations about actual, experienced resources, atc. are very very useful to motivate people to work with us together for a common goal...

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Why Old Leaders Drive Young Leaders Crazy

Why Old Leaders Drive Young Leaders Crazy | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Old leaders think they know something today because they knew something yesterday. Knowledge closes their minds and limits their curiosity. Young leaders look down their noses at old leaders and th...
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Yeah... good... and it's also clear from it why young leaders drive old leaders crazy...:-))) Good case for reverse mentoring... provided that the old leaders are  there for something... e.g. they know something what the young leaders do not know...

 

This "something" is not necessarily those things the old leaders think they are... That  (to make realize what is the "something" what is really useful from their knowledge...) could be a good subject for the reverse mentoring's "young to old" element...

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‘We want coaching,’ say high-fliers - FT.com

‘We want coaching,’ say high-fliers - FT.com | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Coaching has undergone a U-turn. Its makeover is so complete that what was once a potential embarrassment is now a badge worn proudly by people either in or heading for senior roles. Gone are the times when sessions with an executive coach were left
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Well, normal...:-)) but, anyhow, it's good news...:-)))

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15 Ways to Connect with the Boss

15 Ways to Connect with the Boss | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Butting heads with the boss won’t help your career. You’ll be branded as a troublemaker regardless of who’s at fault. Connect with higher-ups if you expect to move up. Hard truth: Good performers, ...
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...and it's useful not only with your boss but anyone you would like to be more accomodated to you... thereare some ore than trivial ones like  "delive great resuts" (8.) or "Solve your own problem" (9.) there are some interesting ones which are doable without making a too hurtful concession...

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"Dangerous" conversations in coaching

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I've found this on a LinkedIn group-forum and the post has a shelf life, later on it disappears... I have thought it's worth…

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To leave our comfort zone is always - at different degree but - "dangerous" - the job of a coach to support this move because it's only outside of our comfort zone where we can learn new "tricks"... and sometimes we need to learn new tricks... it depends on how new is the "trick" or  how big is the leap we want to make that how "dangerous" is the coaching conversation... a summary analysis of this...

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Infographic Of The Day: Why Pro Athletes Sleep 12 Hours A Day

Infographic Of The Day: Why Pro Athletes Sleep 12 Hours A Day | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
If you thought your lazy, sullen teenager slept a lot, they've got nothing on your typical pro athlete, who routinely gets between 10-12 hours a night...
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The importance of sleeping well & long in the extra performance... it's not very new (from 2011) but it's always actual... perhaps now it's a little bit more actual than two years ago...:-)))

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No HR Department? Here's What You're Missing...

No HR Department? Here's What You're Missing... | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
A recent WSJ article focuses on how some companies are eliminating their HR Departments. I was in HR for years. I got into the field because I thought I'd be able to make a difference in employees'
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Voilà, one being not one of the hundreds... important points from a world which very rarely apperars in the blogs where everything and everybody is soooo upbeat... In the meantime Rick Gervais The office is not so "black swan" as so many would like it to be... there is a room for improvement in the basics, too... e. g. why on earth the HR?!

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10 Reasons You Have To Quit Your Job In 2014

10 Reasons You Have To Quit Your Job In 2014 | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
This was going to end badly.My boss screamed at me in front of my colleagues. I had done something wrong of course. I had sent a product to the client without debugging it thoroughly. It was my fault
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jamesaltucher type of rant...:-))) Good... LOL...:-))) ...:-(((

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Angst vor der Frage nach der größten Schwäche | Gunter Dueck

Angst vor der Frage nach der größten Schwäche | Gunter Dueck | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Fast alle Stellenbewerber haben Angst vor der Gretchenfrage nach ihrer Einschätzung ihrer eige-nen Schwächen und Stärken. Die fast sichere Frage (verklausuliert oder offen) wird lauten: „Was sind Ihre größten Stärken und Ihre größten Schwächen?“ Da muss man sich wohl gebührend glaubhaft loben und nicht zu stark tadeln? Wie aber macht man das? Im Internet wird vorgeschlagen: „Meine Schwächen? Ungeduld, Perfektionismus und Schokolade.“ Das ist eine neckische Antwort, sie ist vielleicht noch einigermaßen charmant, aber sie suggeriert nur, dass der Bewerber eigentlich sagen möchte, er habe gar keine Schwächen. Er weicht also aus. Komisch, die Frage nach der größten Stärke scheint im Vergleich nicht so sehr zu schrecken. Da bekommt man aber erschreckend stereotype Angaben: „Ich kann mich gut und schnell einarbeiten, was immer es ist. Ich löse gerne Probleme. Ich bin flexibel und unabhängig. Ich bin begeisterungsfähig und engagiert. Ich arbeite gut und sehr gern im Team. Ich kommuniziere gut und sehr gerne.“.....


Via Thomas Menk
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The biggest weakness (even if it's asked for on an interview) to fail to show your matured self-assessment competence... good German article about it...

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Change Management Models

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Organizational development has been of focus for several years, but still many companies do not understand the importance of change management models. Almost 70% of all major organizational change efforts fail, which among others is because of a lack of holistic approach to the management of change and the extend of the models used. This emphasizes the importance for companies to have a good and realistic change management model before starting to implement the transformation.


Via David Hain
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"Change is about changing people not organisations, organisations will transform when the management and employees change their way of doing business, which is why good change management models are central to a successful transformation of a firm." - could not agree more, yesss, it's about people...  change management is one of the leading topics... I don't know exactly, say, in the last 50 to 70 years and it will remain... it's not the first and last article/blog/book about it bu also not the worst one... additionally, a quick read...:-)))

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David Hain's curator insight, April 3, 3:08 AM

If you believe that change is top down, this one's for you.

Alain Theriault MBA's curator insight, April 3, 8:38 AM

In the first years of a startup there are many iterations and sometimes a pivot. Even if it touches only a few employees, the model here still applies

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Tales of the Undead…Learning Theories: The Learning Pyramid

Tales of the Undead…Learning Theories: The Learning Pyramid | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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Well, a very interesting, researched, resourced paper about a zombie theory... when an insight (of Dale) has been started to be overused, out of context and cited as a deeply grained, well researched area...

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Robert Fulghum - The Original Master Blogger | Building Personal Strength

Robert Fulghum - The Original Master Blogger | Building Personal Strength | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Inspiration, encouragement and wisdom - Personal development blog of Denny Coates, daily articles to help people grow stronger to deal with the challenges of work and life.
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A classic (25th edition!!) bestseller... 

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Why Good Managers Are So Rare

Why Good Managers Are So Rare | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Gallup data shows they have a combination of hard-to-teach traits.
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...and what if our framework of "bad" and "good" is at stake?

 

OK, let's take a theoretical case.... The time when the % of the bad managers chosen erroneously will be changing from 82% (!!!!) to, say, 99% (why not, the 82 is already alarmingly high). Then - a theoretical question - is  it not possible that the tasks/goals/target  these leaders/managers are obliged to aim at are - simply said: wrong, impossible, non-achievable? What if the level of responsibility, the mind and scope and vision of complexity what is needed in the today's marketplace with the always increasing quarterly performance targets, etc. are beyond one humble human species' capacity? What if what we call "bad" is meaning that we want too much from a human being? 

 

I know, there is no impossibility, and miracles need only one week to achieve but seriously, is it sure that it is the old paradigm of being "good" and "bad" leaders are still always the valid one?

 

I am just asking...:-))) I have no actual answer... perhaps I am wrong and the limit is the sky, i.e. there is no limit... and perhaps there is...

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Leadership & Introversion | Kolibri coaching

Leadership & Introversion | Kolibri coaching | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Un leader introverti ? Le leadership est-il compatible avec l'introversion ou bien est-il l'apanage des extravertis ?


Via Karine Aubry
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Just like this piece (as lots of others from "kolibri") about the introverts (yes, also leaders) vs extraverts and a story about Miles Davis, the state of the art introvert...:-)))

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