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La Gestion du Changement, c’est quoi ? Réponse dans le cinquième épisode de CHANGEx on Air

MindForest a le plaisir de vous annoncer la sortie du cinquième épisode de son podcast CHANGEx on Air, un podcast dédié à la gestion du changement en entreprise. Avec l’aide de psychologues, sociologues, neurologues, chercheurs et autres experts, nous tenterons – au fil des épisodes de ce podcast – de vous donner les clés pour comprendre et réussir vos changements organisationnels. Le thème de ce cinquième épisode est “La Gestion du Changement, c’est quoi ?”.

“L’Impact du Changement sur les Collaborateurs” discuté dans le quatrième épisode du podcast CHANGEx on Air

MindForest a le plaisir de vous annoncer la sortie du quatrième épisode de son podcast CHANGEx on Air, un podcast dédié à la gestion du changement en entreprise. Avec l’aide de psychologues, sociologues, neurologues, chercheurs et autres experts, nous tenterons – au fil des épisodes de ce podcast – de vous donner les clés pour comprendre et réussir vos changements organisationnels. Le thème de ce quatrième épisode est “L’Impact du Changement sur les Collaborateurs”.

[22/03/2022] Get Your Morning Knowledge Shot on Talent Management & the Employee Life Cycle

MindForest & P’OP take up the challenge of giving you a maximum of knowledge and practical tools on talent management and the employee lifecycle in only 30 minutes, on Tuesday, February 22nd from 8:30 to 9:00 AM

Is Your Focus on Collective Intelligence?

For several years now, we have been witnessing the emergence of concepts such as collaboration/cooperation, knowledge sharing, recognition of the importance of the quality of interactions between team members and the development of initiative and decision-making skills in work groups. All of these are becoming more and more important with respect to organisational corporate strategies. In order to increase their efficiency and operational performance, some companies are reinventing their working methods and moving from an approach based on individual intelligence to a so-called “collective intelligence”

Digital Badges: why they are important for engagement?

Originally badges were a heraldic symbol worn by knights to denote the completion of a pilgrimage or as a mark of political allegiance. The badge has long been associated with displays of rank and achievement and, more recently, with advertising, branding and visual identification. A Digital Badge serves both as recognition of learning or achievement and digital proof of that accomplishment.

Entretien d’évaluation annuelle : boostez votre employabilité

La pratique de l’évaluation annuelle devient de plus en plus fréquente dans les entreprises. Véritable outil de management, l’entretien d’évaluation offre au manager un moyen de :
• Renforcer et développer la performance de son équipe,
• Favoriser l’implication individuelle au service du collectif,
• Clarifier les objectifs et les attentes envers les collaborateurs,
• Faciliter la communication entre les collaborateurs et leur supérieur hiérarchique.

Where Will We Be Working Next Year?

This is not a geographical or recruitment question! It is far more a question of trying to predict the future of the office as we know it and how further changes are going to affect the world of office workers. Many of you will be surprised to know that the first idea of remote working was launched in the 1970’s by NASA engineers as a means of combatting the oil crisis, so what has happened since? To gain an understanding of this you need to assess a vast range of criteria ranging from the history of technical progress to the influence of social criteria such as prestige and office politics, the complexity of which means that it is difficult to ascertain where the future lies.

How is Your Team Coping with the Challenge of the Crisis?

“Be prepared” is the well-known motto of the scout movement, in actual fact most of us like to prepare ourselves for what is in store, it is an automatic mechanism to cope with a specific situation. However, when a crisis like Covid-19 strikes it is virtually impossible to prepare oneself, there is no comparable “data” to process, which of course causes a feeling of great uncertainty in addition to the wide range of health issues and economic worries already being experienced. The need to get one’s bearings becomes even greater and so the spiral turns and anxiety increases. There are several potential sources of reassurance ranging from the family, to the work environment, some people even turn to social media or expert advice. No matter the choice of source, it must be able to “deliver”, as otherwise the situation may become even more serious.

No Diversity Without Inclusion!

“Gratitude is an antidote to negative emotions, a neutralizer of envy, hostility, worry, and irritation. It is savoring; it is not taking things for granted; it is present-oriented.” – Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky

Although everyone is familiar with the term gratitude, as with every expression there are a multitude of ways of interpreting its meaning, particularly in a professional context. As Dr Lyubomirsky says it can play a major role to counteract and prevent negative emotions, which are generally toxic und rarely beneficial. Gratitude is far more complex than a quick “thank you”, in fact if expressed in a superficial or inappropriate way a thank you can actually have a far more negative impact than most would believe. In order to express gratitude, one must have a clear understanding of what the challenge comprised what its completion really entailed and the employee’s starting position. Did the employee go that famous extra mile to complete the task, go beyond what they would normally have delivered – exceed expectations?

Gratitude is the Best Attitude

“Gratitude is an antidote to negative emotions, a neutralizer of envy, hostility, worry, and irritation. It is savoring; it is not taking things for granted; it is present-oriented.” – Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky

Although everyone is familiar with the term gratitude, as with every expression there are a multitude of ways of interpreting its meaning, particularly in a professional context. As Dr Lyubomirsky says it can play a major role to counteract and prevent negative emotions, which are generally toxic und rarely beneficial. Gratitude is far more complex than a quick “thank you”, in fact if expressed in a superficial or inappropriate way a thank you can actually have a far more negative impact than most would believe. In order to express gratitude, one must have a clear understanding of what the challenge comprised what its completion really entailed and the employee’s starting position. Did the employee go that famous extra mile to complete the task, go beyond what they would normally have delivered – exceed expectations?