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A closer look: The Wheel of Emotions

Often considered taboo, yet ever-present in our daily lives, emotions require us to communicate effectively with our mind, body and feelings. So how to acknowledge emotions, even in the workplace?

Concept close-up: Engagement

Engagement. As feminist and environmental activists are becoming influencers, engagement is an idea on the rise. But what does being “engaged” really involve? Is it always a good thing? When you throw yourself into campaigning on behalf of one cause or another, are you running the risk of burning out? What about the opposite? If you’re not engaged in your work or committed to a cause, does that mean they are demotivated? We take a look at what it means to be engaged.

Agility for Reinventing Management with Oana Juncu

En s’appuyant sur les principes du manifeste Agile, la mission du leader Agile est de restaurer et garder dans l’organisation l’équilibre entre “être ensemble et “faire ensemble”, en nourrissant les deux par sa propre posture.

Neuroscience & management, separating truth from fiction

Neuroscience is a fascinating field of research. Since brain imaging started becoming widely developed in the 1990s, more is being discovered every single day about the cognitive mechanisms that shape our reactions and relationships. Let’s sift through myths and find out how proven scientific facts about neuroscience can be used to enhance the instinctive human side of management.


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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

A closer look: The Wheel of Emotions

Often considered taboo, yet ever-present in our daily lives, emotions require us to communicate effectively with our mind, body and feelings. So how to acknowledge emotions, even in the workplace?

Concept close-up: Engagement

Engagement. As feminist and environmental activists are becoming influencers, engagement is an idea on the rise. But what does being “engaged” really involve? Is it always a good thing? When you throw yourself into campaigning on behalf of one cause or another, are you running the risk of burning out? What about the opposite? If you’re not engaged in your work or committed to a cause, does that mean they are demotivated? We take a look at what it means to be engaged.

Why is presenteeism such an issue?

How did this culture of presenteeism take root? And why is it so hard to get rid of? How can we go about changing mindsets in terms of engagement at work?

5 tips to avoid decision-making bias

Decision making is a normal part of business. And we all aspire to make relevant and fair decisions. But stereotypes can thwart how we analyze situations and though we might not realize, influence our choices. The good news is that we can do something about it! Here are some tips to protect yourself as far as possible against decision-making bias.


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FUTURE OF WORK

Why is presenteeism such an issue?

How did this culture of presenteeism take root? And why is it so hard to get rid of? How can we go about changing mindsets in terms of engagement at work?

5 tips to avoid decision-making bias

Decision making is a normal part of business. And we all aspire to make relevant and fair decisions. But stereotypes can thwart how we analyze situations and though we might not realize, influence our choices. The good news is that we can do something about it! Here are some tips to protect yourself as far as possible against decision-making bias.

How Sustainability Can Be Achieved in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises?

Small and medium-sized companies should actively invest in their organizational sustainability by building and activating their social capital. Establishing trustful relationships with other businesses, experts and networks can help them mitigate possible disadvantages that may arise from their limited size and resources.

How to join the B Corp movement

Just like running a trail is the new marathon for people practicing fitness, becoming a certified BCorp is the new frontier for companies innovating in sustainability.


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LEADERSHIP

A closer look: The Wheel of Emotions

Often considered taboo, yet ever-present in our daily lives, emotions require us to communicate effectively with our mind, body and feelings. So how to acknowledge emotions, even in the workplace?

Agility for Reinventing Management with Oana Juncu

En s’appuyant sur les principes du manifeste Agile, la mission du leader Agile est de restaurer et garder dans l’organisation l’équilibre entre “être ensemble et “faire ensemble”, en nourrissant les deux par sa propre posture.

Neuroscience & management, separating truth from fiction

Neuroscience is a fascinating field of research. Since brain imaging started becoming widely developed in the 1990s, more is being discovered every single day about the cognitive mechanisms that shape our reactions and relationships. Let’s sift through myths and find out how proven scientific facts about neuroscience can be used to enhance the instinctive human side of management.

Digital is revolutionizing management

The switchover to digital has changed everything, and the whole concept of team management needs to be overhauled.


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GENERATIONS

What do words say about age? A brief foray into “intergenerational” vocabulary

Juniors, seniors, boomers, GenX, GenY, millennials, silvers, youthism, ageism, middle-age: there is now an entire newspeak of “intergenerational” terms. Lots of them are neologisms, some are code names… And could many be euphemisms? If so, what do they hide? What do these terms suggest about the various times in all our lives? The webmagazine team takes a closer look.

Working on generations is a source of innovation for companies

In this constantly shifting world, working on generations meant bringing about innovation…

Going Above and Beyond: Finding that employee who will take ownership

How do we find a great employee who takes the job as seriously as the CEO? Dr Ferry-Reed recommends us some tools and programs that determine if someone will be an owner and not a renter of a job during an interview.

Select and manage people based on individual differences, not generational stereotypes

Generational stereotypes are one of the most common and enduring myths in the workplace. The problem with generational difference stereotypes is that they have no basis in fact. Discover how to select people based on individual differences and not on stereotypes.


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CULTURE & CHANGE

How Sustainability Can Be Achieved in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises?

Small and medium-sized companies should actively invest in their organizational sustainability by building and activating their social capital. Establishing trustful relationships with other businesses, experts and networks can help them mitigate possible disadvantages that may arise from their limited size and resources.

How to join the B Corp movement

Just like running a trail is the new marathon for people practicing fitness, becoming a certified BCorp is the new frontier for companies innovating in sustainability.

Relieve our Twitter Chat: Is Blockchain a Revolution or a Fad?

You’ve heard of blockchain but you don’t know what to expect from it? Our participants decipher the buzzword and share insightful views on the technology and its potential.

Digital is revolutionizing management

The switchover to digital has changed everything, and the whole concept of team management needs to be overhauled.


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