Tag Archives: management

Team building events are not enough!

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A lot of organizations and especially their HR department or managers,  want people to connect to each other at the work floor and initiate a lot of different initiatives to get this going but… it does not work as they intended to! Let us have a brief look at one of the items working against their quest to have connected people. First thing to have a look at is the goal of having connected people at the workfloor: We want people to connect to each other at the
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How to improve your leadership skills dramatically?

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I feel honored with the opportunity to guest post on the official “Leadership Gift” blog of Christopher Avery which became a fact today! The article I wrote for it describes an experiment we did in a Co-Learning Leadership Retreat to discover how leadership tools are linked to the understanding of the responsibility process. You can read the full article here: http://www.christopheravery.com/blog/guest-post-leadership-tools-are-dramatically-improved-by-applying-the-leadership-gift/ Christopher Avery is the author of “Teamwork is an Individual Skill: Getting your Work Done when Sharing Responsibility“ and father of the Leadership Gift as well as the famous Responsibility Process    If you want
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Build bridges and connect the dots to foster innovation

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I have been reading, experiencing and experimenting a lot with different models related to fostering innovation and it is a fun and fascinating ride so far! In my past I have always been searching for models, systems and practices that supported me in leading people, get the best out of them and produce results within the context of an enterprise organization. This quest provided me with a huge load of very useable and amazing learnings that brought me a long way ahead, but I still feel there are
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Why Attend a Licensed Management 3.0 Training?

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Understanding some of the organizational complexity and being open to change according to communication needs, competence and business models, really helps to shape organizations towards a next level of change and learning capability. It allows organizations to keep innovating on all levels and quickly adapt to a changing economical landscape.  It also allows to foster an organic growth of competence throughout the complete organization, instead of keeping knowledge within the boundaries of its department. Let us be honest, it is innovation, collective knowledge and its adaptability that are some of
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