Finding new team dynamics post-covid19 means addressing the unbalances it created between colleagues. Here’s how to deal with people’s anger.
Often undermined the pains of transformation, if acknowledged, are key in triggering the courageous behaviours needed to move forward.
Life events such as covid-19 challenge us to be better together at handling crisis and radical change. A few perspectives to consider with your teams.
Often overlooked or deemed “too sensitive” culture canaries are those employees who could be great pulse takers in your organisation.
Are you aware of your needs and that of your teams depending on whether you/they are introverted or extroverted?
Embodying your values is easy when everything is fine but more difficult when overwhelmed by emotions. Here’s one way to bring your best self in any situation.
This video will show one of the « change your mind » approaches mentioned in video 3. Build new emotional strategies = change your response.
A few ways to start tackling the vast subject of emotional development. Watch and see which one resonates with you.
Understanding the purpose of emotions is an interesting shift in mindset towards a healthier emotional life and more understanding and compassion towards others.
SoftBank recent fails and the imminent arrival of US tech investors in Europe is getting many tech and business journalists excited. I think we shouldn’t be so enthusiastic and rapidly refocus how we see tech investment in Europe.
Most large companies now have a mature innovation process, associated with on-going frustrations and often, disillusionment. In 2020, we may have an opportunity to shake things up…
Most innovation pipelines are flawed. If innovation is too ambitious you deliver too late. If you deliver on time you’re not ambitious enough. And also most think that it’s about building new products. If you need to deliver real innovation your vanilla pipeline won’t cut it. What about a reverse pipeline?
Many companies are still investing a lot of time and money to play catch up and embark in the digital revolution. The only problem is that in 2018 digital is over. Digital is like electricity. It’s always on, pervasive, low cost and no one brags about being an electric business anymore.
Writing on innovation is a bitch. The more you work, the more you have ideas, the less time you have to write. This is my list of articles I wish I had more time to deal with in 2017…