Enhancing managerial skills and leadership for entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in a complex world.
Of course they can, however a good reality check is essential! This is why I did a workshop for them at GEM (Grenoble Business School) earlier this year. The key point being: realising that moving from a management job in a large company to the life of an entrepreneur is first and foremost a human transition.Stephanie
I have been meaning to write this article for ages and not daring to say some obvious truths about organizations and how they think as a collective. Since the work that I do is on the “soft” human side, it has often been associated with HR, but a great number of my work to change organizations is not ordered by HR. And the best [...]Stephanie
… And why engineers can be great at dealing with emotions at work, once they get the manual. I presented this TED-like talk for the Airbus Group Leadership University’s trainer day, held in Toulouse on 11 December 2014. In this short talk, I wanted to present to my peers a few perspectives on how to bring soft subjects like “emotions [...]Stephanie
Voici dans la série d’articles sur la constitution d’équipe, le quatrième dysfonctionnement…Stephanie
Je viens de boucler un programme pilote de formations visant à promouvoir la carrière des femmes d’une entreprise leader mondial du transport maritime. Malgré un format court, la formation a été bien reçue et surtout a commencé à déclencher des changements positifs pour les 40 femmes qui ont pu y participer. Pour un changement [...]Stephanie
The “use it or lose it” view of competencies may be right about savoir-faire and technical skills because they are often linked to technologies which evolve rapidly. But how about soft skills and savoir-être, the ones that are so in need right now like leadership, people management, coaching, creativity, public speaking etc? Do [...]Stephanie