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La récupération des "compétences 2.0 " dans les dispositifs de veille et d'intelligence économique I Djibril Diakhaté

Avec les mutations de l'internet induites par le développement des outils collaboratifs, l'information change de nature.
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Reasons why HR types don’t use social technology I Amanda Sterling

Reasons why HR types don’t use social technology I Amanda Sterling | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
About a month or so ago I did a very simple survey asking why HR types don't use social technology. ...
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You'll Fail At Your Next Presentation Without The Answers To These 3 Questions I William Arruda

You'll Fail At Your Next Presentation Without The Answers To These 3 Questions I William Arruda | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Delivering presentations is one of the best ways to build your brand and increase your network, yet public speaking is ranked ahead of death in the list of fears. To succeed at your next speech, focus on your audience and ask yourself these three critical questions.
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6 Steps To Create The Life You Want I Lisa Ryan

6 Steps To Create The Life You Want I Lisa Ryan | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Life doesn't happen TO you, rather it happens because of you. Take these steps to create the life you want.
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The Most Powerful Way to End a Presentation I Eric Holtzclaw

Use one of these approaches to make sure your next presentation achieves the result you desire.
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Le lien quantique démontre que nous n'existons que dans le "faire-ensemble"

Le lien quantique démontre que nous n'existons que dans le "faire-ensemble" | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

Depuis des siècles, la science et la culture occidentales nous ont appris que chacun de nous est un individu distinct et séparé.


Mais aujourd’hui, une compréhension nouvelle et révolutionnaire est en train de naître dans les laboratoires à la pointe de la recherche en physique, en biologie et en psychologie.


Ce qui importe, ce n’est pas l’entité isolée, mais l’espace entre les choses, la relation entre les choses : le lien. Le Lien montre que l’impulsion essentielle de toute vie est la volonté de se relier plutôt que le désir de rivaliser. En fait, nous sommes inéluctablement connectés les uns aux autres à notre niveau le plus élémentaire, depuis la cellule jusqu’à la société tout entière. Le désir d’aider les autres est si nécessaire que c’est l’un de nos principaux plaisirs. En fait, notre épanouissement personnel dépend de notre faculté à nous considérer comme une partie du tout. Tous les conflits qui surgissent ne peuvent être résolus que lorsque nous pouvons accepter pleinement ce lien entre nous.


Lynne McTaggart donne des conseils précis pour développer une pensée plus holistique, des relations plus bienveillantes et des groupes sociaux plus unifiés. Dans cet ouvrage fascinant, qui mêle interviews et histoires personnelles, elle montre comment une simple pratique quotidienne conditionne le cerveau pour nous permettre de développer plus d’empathie à l’égard d’autrui. Le Lien propose une nouvelle façon de vivre : en harmonie avec notre véritable nature et les uns avec les autres, ce qui passe par la guérison de nos relations, de notre voisinage et de notre monde.


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Anne Landreat's curator insight, August 25, 8:49 AM

Si ce sont les scientifiques qui le disent, peut-être qu'on va enfin le comprendre et arrêter d'enseigner que la vie ensemble est une compétition sans pitié et que, fatalement, l'homme est un loup pour l'homme (ceci dit, les loups sont, eux aussi, des animaux sociaux qui ne peuvent survivre bien longtemps dans l'isolement de leurs pairs...)

Charles van der Haegen's curator insight, August 26, 4:38 AM

We are surfing  on the same wave

I am very intrigued by

Capra and Luisi's book, "The Systems View of Life", published in 2014 at Cambridge University Press would help build a true dialogue

http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/life-sciences/genomics-bioinformatics-and-systems-biology/systems-view-life-unifying-vision


And the core of the matter was already very well understood by Einstein when he quipped;

"Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

 

Transdisciplinarity requires diverse and "trans"-teams...breaking the fragmentation Cartesianism brought us...

pbernardon's curator insight, August 26, 3:05 PM

La quatrième de couverture me donne envie de lire ce livre. #collaboratif 


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How to Get Out of Lose-Lose Leadership Dilemmas I Jake Jacobs and Cliff Kayser

How to Get Out of Lose-Lose Leadership Dilemmas I Jake Jacobs and Cliff Kayser | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'You’ve got a tough choice. The performance feedback is in and the message is clear: you’ve been micro-managing your people....'

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How to Get Better at Estimating Time for Tasks

How to Get Better at Estimating Time for Tasks | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Good time management depends on knowing the value of each minute. If you can correctly tell how long it will take to do a task, your schedule will never go haywire. So here’s how to get good at estimating time.'

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DRH : les managers de proximité doivent être vos alliés ! I Frédéric Lesaulnier

DRH : les managers de proximité doivent être vos alliés ! I Frédéric Lesaulnier | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Les managers de proximité sont un maillon essentiel lorsqu’il s’agit de développer l’esprit d’entreprise des équipes. Pourtant, ceux-ci se sentent souvent peu reconnus, voir délaissés. Voici 3 pistes pour leur redonner une vraie place dans l’entreprise...'

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The Neuroscience of Fairness and Injustice I Melanie Greenberg, Ph.D.

The Neuroscience of Fairness and Injustice I Melanie Greenberg, Ph.D. | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
How Our Brains Are Wired to Resist Unfair Treatment
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5 Productivity Tips From Incredibly Busy People [Infographic] I Laura Montini

Advice from people who are just as busy as you are.
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7 Things A Business Leader Must Understand About Customer Service I Micah Solomon

7 Things A Business Leader Must Understand About Customer Service I Micah Solomon | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'To provide successful leadership you need to serve your customers, and the employees who serve your customers, successfully. Here are seven elements of doing so; I’d put money on the likelihood that you’re overlooking some of them...

'You can’t give good customer service if you don’t hire appropriate employees : here are the traits that make for a great customer-facing employee. They spell “WETCO...'

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HR doesn’t hire, Managers do I Nisha Raghavan

HR doesn’t hire, Managers do I Nisha Raghavan | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'It is a general assumption that an HR does all the hiring in an organization. Well, that’s not the truth.HR doesn’t hire (Unless it is for an HR position) but Managers do. Here is how it works!'

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Leadership Styles From Around The World [Infographic] | Richard Madison

Leadership Styles From Around The World [Infographic] | Richard Madison | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Leadership is an ever-changing concept, and the way in which people practice leadership style varies greatly from culture to culture. From autocratic management to egalitarian practice, from the traditional Asian ‘ringi-sho consensus’ to the Scandinavian ‘Primus Inter Pares’ this infographic explores the overriding philosophies that dictate leadership styles across the globe.'

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Gamification, vous avez dit gamification ? I Céline Chalin

Gamification, vous avez dit gamification ? I Céline Chalin | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'La gamification consiste à utiliser des mécaniques de jeux pour changer des comportements et susciter la motivation. Cette pratique connaît actuellement un grand succès dans les domaines: du marketing et de la communication... des ressources humaines et du management...  de la formation... 

Alors comment mettre en place des expériences ludiques dans une formation grâce à la gamification ?'

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Herd mentality: 'Sheepdog mystery' solved at last I Richard Ingham

Herd mentality: 'Sheepdog mystery' solved at last I Richard Ingham | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'..."There are numerous applications for this knowledge, such as crowd control, cleaning up the environment, herding of livestock, keeping animals away from sensitive areas and collective or guiding groups of exploring robots," said Andrew King of Swansea University in Wales.'

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Can You Really Predict What Will Make You Happy? I Eric Barker

Can You Really Predict What Will Make You Happy? I Eric Barker | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Here’s what most people think will make them happy, in order of importance:...'

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Finalement, les robots ne vont pas vous piquer votre emploi I Mathieu Dejean

Finalement, les robots ne vont pas vous piquer votre emploi I Mathieu Dejean | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'«Nous en savons plus que ce que nous pouvons exprimer». Ce paradoxe formulé par l’épistémologue hongrois Michael Polanyi explique pourquoi, selon l’économiste du MIT (Institut de Technologie du Massachusetts) David Autor, les robots ne vont pas nous voler nos emplois. Du moins pas tous...'

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The Myth of Monotasking I Cathy Davidson

The Myth of Monotasking I Cathy Davidson | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

The title "The Myth of Monotasking" is based on the idea that the brain doesn't know how to monotask, in fact the term "multitasking" doesn't really mean much of anything when you think about it carefully since virtually everything we do as humans involves coordinating multiple cognitive tasks all happening at once


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 23, 5:05 AM

This short article includes a podcast interview.

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How to Handle Rumors and Gossip in Business or Public Life I Dr. Vivencio (Ven) B., Sociologist-Professor

How to Handle Rumors and Gossip in Business or Public Life I Dr. Vivencio (Ven) B., Sociologist-Professor | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Understanding Rumors and Gossip...

Have you been a victim of nasty rumors and gossip? Is your company prone to rumors and gossip that affect your professional life? How would you properly handle them if they affect corporate or public life?...

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Can Overthinking Reduce a Leader's Influence? | Elizabeth MacBride

Can Overthinking Reduce a Leader's Influence? | Elizabeth MacBride | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'We've all seen this: The CEO who acts instinctively, sometimes with terrible results, keeps his or her job and even develops a loyal following. Meanwhile, the thinker in the executive suite who consistently offers the right, deliberated answer rarely gets a promotion.

Researchers at Stanford Graduate School of Business set out to answer the question of whether we sometimes penalize thoughtfulness — not in ourselves, but when we see it in others...'

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The Managers as Coaches Myth I Tim Sackett

The Managers as Coaches Myth I Tim Sackett | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
This isn't necessarily a new concept, but it's one that is popping up a ton lately in conversation.  The basic concept is we should be our managers and supervisors to be 'coaches' to their employee...
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Everyday Ethics: Doing Well and Doing Good I Ron B.

Everyday Ethics: Doing Well and Doing Good I Ron B. | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...The Josephson Institute of Ethics defines ethics:

Ethics is about how we meet the challenge of doing the right thing when that will cost more than we want to pay. There are two aspects to ethics: The first involves the ability to discern right from wrong, good from evil, and propriety from impropriety. The second involves the commitment to do what is right, good and proper. Ethics entails action; it is not just a topic to mull or debate."...'

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16 Clues That the Future of Work Is Already Here - Workshifting

16 Clues That the Future of Work Is Already Here - Workshifting | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
How we work, when we work and even whom we work with are changing. Here are 16 clues that prove that the future of work is already here.

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Helen Teague's curator insight, August 24, 9:26 PM

An essential checklist of the present and, for some, the future of work. How many items are you already implementing?

Carol Rine's curator insight, August 24, 9:35 PM

Powerful article...I see it happening already.

Rebecca Renck's curator insight, August 25, 9:43 AM

This is a wake-up call to something we already know.  Our world is changing drastically and this means in ever increasing relation to how we make a living and how our children will make a living in the not so distant future.  There are two points that need addressed now to support these changes and provide the best way to prepare our chidren.  Point one: we need to continue to modify education so that children get not only a basic skill set but also some specialized education as they become closer to the working age. 

Second,and maybe most important to us as parents, is that without the traditional office where most of us learned our work ethics and personal responsibility, along with many social skills as we came of age and entered the workforce, these things will need to be taught at a younger age.  Whether it be at home, school, church or organizations, a concentrated effort and / or instruction on integrity, self confidence, social skills, personal responsibility and time managament are needed.  Value based personal awareness curriculum need to be as important as math and writing skills. Even more important is the need to integrate more specialized skill and creative arts into their lives. Otherwise a young adult entering the workforce will not only have a difficult time being able to integrate socially and responsibly from a home office but will not have a skill set that he can market as a contractor.

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Why the Robots Might Not Take Our Jobs After All: They Lack Common Sense I Neil Irwin

Why the Robots Might Not Take Our Jobs After All: They Lack Common Sense I Neil Irwin | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
A leading scholar of labor markets says mankind has consistently feared technology’s toll on employment, and consistently been wrong.
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Find Your Yoda: Five Tips for Identifying a Mentor in a New Organization I Lee Hecht Harrison

Find Your Yoda: Five Tips for Identifying a Mentor in a New Organization I Lee Hecht Harrison | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'After you land a new position, you're about to face your next big challenge: learning to navigate an unfamiliar culture with unfamiliar co-workers. Here are five tips for finding a mentor in a newworkplace...'

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