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La surveillance n’améliore pas la productivité

La surveillance n’améliore pas la productivité | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
La surveillance n’améliore pas la productivité
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N'est-ce pas?

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What Leonardo da Vinci Can Teach You About Writing Killer Cover Letters

What Leonardo da Vinci Can Teach You About Writing Killer Cover Letters | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
He was a genius artist and engineer. But did you know da Vinci also had some serious cover-letter writing skills? Here are a few things you can learn from the master.
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Just a little course about how to write a shotgun cover-letter...:-)))

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Leadership and the Battle of Perceptions - Break The Frame

Leadership and the Battle of Perceptions - Break The Frame | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Leaders and employees are often fighting a battle of perceptions. Assumptions blind people to great work and opportunities for shared success.
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Good one...:-))) this houseguest idea made me laugh... great...:-)))

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Funny You Should Ask!

Funny You Should Ask! | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
From kids to kilos, do you carry the heaviest load? And I don't mean your body weight!
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(One of the) story teller queen, Lisa Bloom is raising the question whether are we enough ready to ask for help, info, etc. when it's needed? It's an adage that men are not asking for traffic information, rather they make circles around the blocks because the sole act of asking might be regarded by themselves as a clear sign of weakness... is it really so? What if we are ready to ask when appropriate when there is somebody around us who is an expert of the thing we are just fighting with? And what about to be ready to help or answer for others' asking in a way that they should not feel that "Jesus I'd better not asked him..."? Might be the tow go hand in hand: capability of asking for help and helping in an encouraging way... start to explore these new endless opportunities...

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Ex-NYT Editor Jill Abramson on Resilience

Ex-NYT Editor Jill Abramson on Resilience | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

'I'm talking to anyone who has been dumped,' the recently fired executive editor of The New York Times told Wake Forest grads. 


Via David Hain
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Well, chapeau...:-)))

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David Hain's curator insight, May 31, 5:47 AM

"Life is always unfinished business…" ~ Jill Abramson. Get on with the knitting!

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Work-Life balance is dead. As it should be

Work-Life balance is dead. As it should be | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Work-life balance is dead. Strong statement? Yes. Given that for most of the last few decades we have been fighting for the elusive balance. 8 hours office. 9 to 5. Compartmentalized personal and
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Well, interesting & important point, though it's not so clear-cut... in every generation there are those for whom work and life is harmonious because they love what they do... also, it's true that earlier generations were more conceding if that was not the case ("No problem, I will find my fun after work...") and here are - already in the workplaces - new generations who want also fun in the work as well... it's very nice and a good direction but are we really sure that all will also find this? If not then a perhaps different life-balance issue might emerge... we are not on an ideal world, it's good (and as youngsters, it was so e.g. for the baby-boomers too, think about the late '60s and the early '70s) to have ideals and try to make them happen but it's not too bad to think about those who will not find - after lots of searching - fun&work together and still they must survive... so, I would still not bury completely the work-life balance but the reminder is very OK...:-)))

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Creating a Corporate Culture of Lifelong Learning

Creating a Corporate Culture of Lifelong Learning | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Focusing on a group of corporate employees, whether it is a small company, a department within a company or a large enterprise, I would like to argue that a reputable culture of Lifelong Learning can be established and maintained.
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Trend... you'd better accustom to it in time...

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Stop Your Firm’s Brain Drain – Convincing Innovators to Choose an Established Firm Over a Startup

Stop Your Firm’s Brain Drain – Convincing Innovators to Choose an Established Firm Over a Startup | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

There is an innovator brain drain going on. The drain is away from larger established firms, which desperately need more innovators, and toward startup firms, which are successfully recruiting a disproportionately high percentage of these prized innovators.

 


Via Peter Verschuere
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Yeah, startup is in... while 90% of them are failure... but it's a fun during... so, balance... I pretty believe in the balance and the clearing function of the market (even it's more lacklustre now)... he really good startup ideas will win and those "widows and orphans" who just joined the train for joining will (?) find their way back to the corporation...

 

Of course, there is a deeper push-pull factor dynamics than simply the hoarding attitude... there is something irresistible to be pulled toward "to be on your own boss" and there is a strong push factor from the corporates through their internal obscure dynamism, the sort of "Herr K. factor" (The castle - Franz Kafka)...

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Ethics Isn't "Out There": It's Us And Our Choices

Ethics Isn't "Out There": It's Us And Our Choices | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Much attention is paid to the tactics of ethics – the ethics codes, compliance plans and such. We can easily begin to think that ethics is something we can see and touch. Something finite. Something written in stone. Something outside of ourselves.

But that’s not where ethics lives.


Via David Hain
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Ethics is personal. It’s about us and our choices and our decisions and our behaviour... it's not something buried in the ethical codes or compliance plans...

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David Hain's curator insight, May 21, 11:20 AM

"Ethics is personal - it's about us and our choices" ~ Linda Fisher Thornton, @7Lenses

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, May 21, 8:21 PM

Ethics is what we bring to the table and conversations that result. We respond in responsible ways. I was discussing this today about being a teacher. Pressed for time, teachers sometimes forget who they are, what they contribute to conversations, and the importance of setting an ethical example.

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Types of Knowledge

Types of Knowledge | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Knowledge is defined as being either tacit or explicit. Tacit knowledge is further split into embodied and embedded knowledge.
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Explicit, tacit and embedded knowledge... great summary...:-)))

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Da Vinci, Polymaths and the Art-Science of Innovating the Future

Da Vinci, Polymaths and the Art-Science of Innovating the Future | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Renaissance thinkers combined art and science in novel ways; the boundaries between the disciplines more fluid than they are today. It was from such voluminous expertise that the ideal of The Renaissance Man arose: an individual with many creative gifts who cultivated a wide range of scholarly interests.



Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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Yeahhh... a little bit (or a lot) of renaissance, reborn, rejuvenation strategically, tactically what you want would be a good point on our (planetary...) agenda... both individually as socially... Not all of us, of course... those being perfect, go elsewhere... only those who think that it would be a good thing...:-)))

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Marc LAMBELIN 's curator insight, June 21, 4:43 PM

It is not "a believe", nor "an analogy", it is an evidence ..., and ..., an intrinsic property of the human nature belonging and coming from the Universe ...


INFORMATION+ENERGY+PARTICLES+DNA+BODY+UNIVERSES = 1 (the fundamental equation of the Universe ..., and she is ... "FREE OF CHARGE", cause her name is OBSERVABLE, PERCEPTIVE, AND PERCEPTIBLE REALITY)


... DNA, human body+soul+mind, universes, Universe ..., are ALL BELONGING TO THE SAME INTERCONNECTED REALITY, "ONENESS" ..., everything else separating this truth in small parts ..., are only minds illusions ..., and partial conceptualisation containing errors ..., and/or misunderstandings, and false believes.


Physicists are knowing that fact perfectly ..., mathematicians also ..., since more than 50 years ...


This truth has been firstly hidden since 2000 years, secondly transformed, and then denatured (to reverse the essence of meaning ..., until meaningless), by all political groupware having "political power and financial interests to act like this" to ensure political controls against others human beings.


This was the first step of collusion going right away ..., to globalisation of corruption, this is why we are free to get back the right to make a civil break through ..., nobody could fight against a worldwide CIVIL AND PACIFICAL BREAK ...


The first corruption hidden by people ..., are themselves ..., by denying themselves human nature and divine existence.


http://imagineathena.com/p13118/


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On the Edge of Chaos: Where Creativity Flourishes

On the Edge of Chaos: Where Creativity Flourishes | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Scientists have come a long way in understanding how the brain generates creative ideas. Their work can inform classroom structures if educators want to inspire more creativity in students.

Via David McGavock
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Children are limitlessly creative... most of them... later we together, parents, school, society, we kill this in them... and then later on we find out, we need it and try to built it (back...).

 

Now, the first logical step would be not to kill it on the first place... I know it needs such a broad, longterm view which is difficult to achieve  our quarterly philosophy... 

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David McGavock's curator insight, May 11, 7:26 PM

"To develop ideas that could be considered creative, the brain has to be both stable and flexible at the same time. Brains perform just this type of balancing act every second of every day. “The brain maintains a duality of systems that are constantly introducing flexibility into our thinking and then trying to stabilize our thinking,” Bilder said. The brain evaluates a new stimuli, compares it the plan originally set and then decides on the optimal degree of flexibility or stability to pursue. This cycle happens three times per second."

Bodil Hernesvold's curator insight, May 14, 4:23 PM

Is there chaos or not in my classroom? Does it count if the teacher is in a state of chaos? How do we "manage" or "encourage" chaos, then?

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Every Leader Must Be A Change Agent Or Face Extinction

Every Leader Must Be A Change Agent Or Face Extinction | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
In a workplace infused with top down, hierarchical, departmental silos, change management is the new requirement for leadership success. With a market comprised of fickle consumers and workplaces brimming with employee identity crises, leadership success requires more patience, poise, and time-to-think – and the ability to seamlessly connect the dots of opportunity. The marketplace requirements to compete are evolving so quickly that leadership is struggling to stay ahead of the course; unsuccessful efforts to be proactive and sustain organizational readiness will come at an extremely high cost. As such, the demand for leadership that is willing and capable of tackling change management head-on – already in short supply – is at a premium. Leadership in the 21st century not only requires the ability to continuously manage crisis and change – but also the circular vision to see around, beneath and beyond the obvious in order to anticipate the unexpected before circumstances force your hand. As you embark upon your change management journey, here are ten things that will challenge your capabilities as a change agent and potentially become defining moments along your leadership success path.

Via Anne Leong, Wise Leader™, David Hain
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Well, I think, it's obvious and might even be frightening... the "only" somewhat plan-able part is the development of your team (meaning the smaller ones and the company-wide). By development I mean their involvement, their engagement and commitment, their alignment and also their carrier... because they will be with you and will follow you and be willing - if involved properly - to align with your/the company's plan if their needs are also taken into account - in the measure of possibility... if they handled as partners in the chaotic jungle of today's business world and who can count on you and who in turn you can count on...

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Lansana Gagny Sakho's curator insight, May 11, 2:47 PM

The marketplace requirements to compete are evolving so quickly that leadership is struggling to stay ahead of the course; unsuccessful efforts to be proactive and sustain organizational readiness will come at an extremely high cost.

Susan Taylor's curator insight, May 12, 8:47 AM

The new requirement for leadership success?  Change Management.

Pamela Perry King's curator insight, May 27, 1:34 PM

Does anyone have change for a "pair of dimes"?

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Five Lies That Could Be Ruining Your Career (and your Life)

Five Lies That Could Be Ruining Your Career (and your Life) | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
We humans are really great at telling ourselves stories. That voice we hear in our head recites some pretty interesting narratives so often and so frequently that we really start believing them after
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Fear of letting go the comfort zone...

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Going First But Eating Last – A Leader’s Code

Going First But Eating Last – A Leader’s Code | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
There are certain qualities which are common to nearly all business leaders in senior corporate positions; a strong grasp of strategic management, a cle...
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One of the almost same tune like the last one... shows its importance...:-)))

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Finding the Balance Between Coaching and Managing

Finding the Balance Between Coaching and Managing | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
It’s essential to motivating employees.
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Excellent...:-)))

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Do We Need A Revolution In Management?

Do We Need A Revolution In Management? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

“Do we need a revolution?” ask Clayton Christensen and Derek van Bever in the June 2014 Harvard Business Review (HBR). “The orthodoxies governing finance are so entrenched that we almost need a modern-day Martin Luther to articulate the need for change.”

 

When “the world’s most influential business thinker” calls for a revolution, maybe we should pay attention. The “revolution”, says the article, would have three parts. (1) “New ways to assess investments in innovation… (2) We should no longer husband capital. It is abundant and cheap… and (3) …new tools for managing the resources that are scarce and costly.”


One immediate question: is the needed revolution about acquiring new tools or new management mindsets? New tools applied with existing mindsets risk leading to more of the same. In fact, could applying new mindsets to the existing tools go a long way to the revolution that the HBR article is talking about?

 


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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Clayton Christiansen's thoughts about it...

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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, June 1, 11:05 AM

You can read Clayton Christensen's HBR article here: The Capitalist’s Dilemma.


Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, June 2, 1:32 PM

Quite often, what passes as reform, including management and leadership, is simply shuffling deck chairs around. We need something that reconstructs management and leadership, rather than heaping the latest fad onto what is not working.

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You Can’t Delegate Change Management

You Can’t Delegate Change Management | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Executing change takes the direct involvement of senior leaders.
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Agree... it's the "skin in the game" rule... the CEO and top-management level should show their real commitment to the change... basics...:-))) (but sometimes (?) forgotten and they do one more delegation too much...)

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HR Management 2020

HR Management 2020 | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
HR Projekt-Consulting steht für qualifizierte Beratung in der gesamten Palette der Personalarbeit als externer Berater, Interim-Manager oder externe Personalabteilung
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That's one of the l'ordre du jour... there are different views but one thing is sure, things are dramatically changing... already right now... and we will know it approximatively what has happened retrospectively... in both the bad and the good scenario... still not planning, not preparing yourself at least for what you already feeling as an increasing pressure but the comfort zone yet comforts, well... read the Black swan... (and the Antifragile...)

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"Marketing is dead" says Saatchi & Saatchi CEO | The Drum

"Marketing is dead" says Saatchi & Saatchi CEO | The Drum | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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Ineteresting... at least we are not dead and can make something about it... Such a turning (tipping?) points are always opportunities as well... and of course death bed for the "dinosaurs" ...:-)))

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Tales of Solutions: A Collection of Hope-Inspiring Stories - Insoo Kim Berg, Yvonne M. Dolan

Tales of Solutions: A Collection of Hope-Inspiring Stories (Norton Professional Books)

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Remarkable, deep and sweet account of real cases/stories/"tales" about how solution-focused approach is working...

 

E.g. the real story of how the idea of  "miracle question" had found Insoo Kim Berg in a session with a very helpless lady who did just said: "There is no hope... unless you have a miracle..."

 

Also, very touching and relating exactly to the heart of the approach how Kim Berg just characterize  it: "the pragmatics of hope and respect..."'

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Say 'Best Practice' again, I dare you.

Say 'Best Practice' again, I dare you. | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
In my opinion 'Best Practice' kills innovation.Are you employed to follow the crowd or does your company pay you to think for yourself?For me the term ‘Best Practice’ conjures up images of a race
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Yeahhh... and "expertise is the enemy of learning and development"... true... however, keep the baby and pour only the bathwater...:-)))

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If You Do This, Your Emails Might Be Rude

If You Do This, Your Emails Might Be Rude | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
When we walk up to introduce ourselves to strangers, we intuitively follow basic cultural rules of politeness. Don’t launch into a monologue about yourself. Don’t look over their shoulder to see if
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Not only the post is very interesting, even funny, all the comments are worth reading... useful notes about the e-mailing culture...

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Building skills and talent for competitive advantage | TrainingZone.co.uk

Building skills and talent for competitive advantage | TrainingZone.co.uk | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Via Kevin Watson
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Interesting ideas, links, researches fom the UK...

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Why You Should Forget Facebook

Why You Should Forget Facebook | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Has Facebook got you fooled?Are you chasing likes for your brand page? Paying for fans? Maybe it’s time to stop.In 2008 I joined Facebook. It was the first social media network I decided to place a
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Some facts, guys... or?

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