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‎ Notre blog : lisez, dialoguez et partagez nos articles et vidéos. On me demande souvent comment faire pour changer ses comportements, manières de faire et d’être.

Notre blog : lisez, dialoguez et partagez nos articles et vidéos

Et je réponds invariablement que cela commence par la conscience aiguisée de ce qui est présent en soi, suivi du partage de cette conscience, partage qui implique de mettre à jour une part de sa vulnérabilité. Alors se crée une… « Don’t be fooled by illusions you created yourself ». Cette phrase tirée d’une très belle chanson de Sting (I love her but she loves someone else, de l’album The Last Ship ) illustre parfaitement comment on peut s’enferrer dans des difficultés et produire, pour soi et autour de soi, du stress négatif, en toute « ignorance de cause »….

Le jardinage est pour moi une activité à double effet kiss cool : mise à la terre (c’est le cas de le dire), qui oblige à s’établir dans le moment présent, invite au ressourcement procuré par la nature, permet au corps de s’activer, et mise en perspective (lever le nez du guidon) de ce que la… « Philippe, la vie est ton thérapeute ». Huit conversations-problèmes répétitives d’une considérable efficacité. Dr Stephen Madigan.

Un immense merci à Stephen Madigan pour la générosité avec laquelle il met ses articles à disposition sur son site, et la gentillesse avec laquelle il m’a encouragée à les traduire pour en faire profiter également un public francophone.Dès que j’ai découvert- grâce à Pierre Blanc Sahnoun- des écrits de Stephen Madigan, ils ont eu une influence immédiate et directe sur ma pratique de coach.

Huit conversations-problèmes répétitives d’une considérable efficacité. Dr Stephen Madigan

L’auteur : Stephen Madigan, MSW, MS, PHD, The Magic of Doing One Thing at a Time - Tony Schwartz. By Tony Schwartz | 8:53 AM March 14, 2012 Why is it that between 25% and 50% of people report feeling overwhelmed or burned out at work?

The Magic of Doing One Thing at a Time - Tony Schwartz

It’s not just the number of hours we’re working, but also the fact that we spend too many continuous hours juggling too many things at the same time. What we’ve lost, above all, are stopping points, finish lines and boundaries. Technology has blurred them beyond recognition. Wherever we go, our work follows us, on our digital devices, ever insistent and intrusive. The Magic of Doing One Thing at a Time - Tony Schwartz. Coaching d'équipe alain cardon ebook. How to Motivate People: Skip the Bonus and Give Them a Real Project. Science has managed to reveal some crazy things that fly in the face of almost every commonly accepted management practice.

How to Motivate People: Skip the Bonus and Give Them a Real Project

Here's the latest: Rewards for top performers lead them to worse performance. And if you want to foster innovation, bonuses won't work either. Rather, it's all about letting people slip from under line management and strike out on their own, on projects they care about. Dan Pink lays all that out in this new video, which illustrates a talk he gave at the RSA (a kind of British version of TED): Wild stuff, and all the more unsettling because of the current mess on Wall Street. The fact that science has also created a new vision for workplace performance--fueled less by management and more by individual goals--is shocking.

Pink tackles those themes at length in Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. Atelier du coach. Sculpter sa vie par Béatrice Giraudeau. Coach Émoi... "The surprising truth about what motivates us" ou "La surprenante vérité sur ce qui nos motive"... "Les Quatre Accords Toltèque" de Don Miguel RUIZ. Global Quest Coaching : Cabinet Spécialisé en Accompagnement / Coaching de Dirigeants, Cadres, et Managers. Le coaching c'est pour qui ? 5 Things Great Bosses Never Do. 10 Things Managers Should Never Do. Last Updated Oct 25, 2011 11:29 AM EDT We've all had bosses do things we didn't like, appreciate, or respect.

10 Things Managers Should Never Do

And every manager has done things they later regret. The business world is, by necessity, one of real-time decisions and judgment calls that sometimes turn out to be bad choices, in retrospect. After all, nobody's perfect. We all make mistakes. But sometimes a mistake can become a slippery slope. In 10 Things Great Managers Do, I went back in time to the best characteristics of the best CEOs I've worked for and with over the past 30 years. Keep in mind, this isn't meant to be a whine-fest to get employees riled up and pissed off at their bosses. 10 Things Managers Should Never Do Order people around like dictators. Forget about customers. Behave like arrogant jerks that are better than others. Let their egos write checks that reality can't cash. Publicly eviscerate employees. Wall off their feelings. 4 Secrets Happy Entrepreneurs Know. 5 Rules You Should Eliminate Now. The dirty little secret of business today: there really are no agreed-upon ways of doing business anymore.

5 Rules You Should Eliminate Now

Every company does everything differently, and you can't really compare them because there are no controlled experiments. So it isn't a science. But here are five very old rules that I see successful companies breaking all the time. I thought they'd give you some food for thought - unless you're already breaking all of these-- which I very much doubt. 1. 2. 3.