More Music!

Mar 3rd, 2016   Once upon a time

More Music!

A clap can only sound with two hands. Gujarati saying Would you like to try a few coaching questions? Take a notepad and get started: This beautiful Gujarati saying elegantly suggests that music won’t appear unless multiple contributors are involved – for a clap to resonate, for a note to vibrate, at least two hands
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Boosters

Do It For Free — An Ethics Booster Do It For Free — An Ethics Booster

There are different ways of defining and approaching ethics. Unlike morality, or moral codes, which typically are carried by a particular group or tradition, ethics is often defined as a set of values defined by individuals. This very definition makes it extremely variable! Ethics is about going beyond one’s personal, individual interest However, no matter
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Battlefield or Ecosystem? A Trust Booster Battlefield or Ecosystem? A Trust Booster

Analogies with war are common places in business According to Geoffrey James’ research on extraordinary bosses, whether leaders consider the world of business as a battlefield or as an ecosystem makes a fundamental difference.  Average bosses invest energy in creating troops, securing allies, expanding their territories and defeating enemies. To put it short – they
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Believe in Trial And Error — A Change Booster Believe in Trial And Error — A Change Booster

Striving for certainty is one of the best ways to avoid or slow down changes. In the coming days, pick one dimension of your work life where you’d like to see some change. Challenge yourself to try out a new approach before you’re a hundred percent sure that this is the right approach – identify
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Leadership

Time to Wake-up! — A Leadership Story Time to Wake-up! — A Leadership Story

Too early in the morning. Way too early… My brain is still cloudy in spite of two strong cups of coffee. My thoughts dance back and forth, between the projects I have to work on, my neighbours’ loud conversations, and the monotonous, unpleasant tune announcing the metro’s doors closing process after each stop.  I have
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Management

Singing in the Rain? Maybe not for Ever… A Management Story Singing in the Rain? Maybe not for Ever… A Management Story

You know those yellow cabs in New York City? I was told this is where all the umbrellas of the world end up. According to the taxi driver who fetched me at Kennedy Airport, there is a strange black hole phenomena taking place at the back of these cabs, and umbrellas just keep accumulating there.
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Work

Les mondes du silence — A Work Story Les mondes du silence — A Work Story

“A 6h15 du matin, Adamsberg sentit une main le secouer. – Il a ouvert les yeux ! Viens voir. Vite. Zerk ne savait toujours pas comment appeler Adamsberg. “Père” ? Beaucoup trop solennel. “Papa” ? On ne prend pas cette habitude à son âge. “Jean-Baptiste” ? Amical et déplacé. En attendant, il ne l’appelait pas,
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Stories

Time to Wake-up! — A Leadership Story Time to Wake-up! — A Leadership Story

Too early in the morning. Way too early… My brain is still cloudy in spite of two strong cups of coffee. My thoughts dance back and forth, between the projects I have to work on, my neighbours’ loud conversations, and the monotonous, unpleasant tune announcing the metro’s doors closing process after each stop.  I have
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