Towards a new World of We?

Towards a new World of We?

Common interest versus personal interest Have you noticed? There’s an evolution towards a “new world of we”. That’s a world where common interest comes before personal interest. Increasingly people are disapproving behaviours that go against the general interest. Even more, people

David Ducheyne

David Ducheyne

David is a specialist in people strategies, leadership and organizational development. He has gathered international experience with Henkel, Alcatel, Case New Holland, Securex and the University of Ghent. As an author he has published on Sustainable Leadership, Customzed Work, Health Management and Learning. He's also an avid blogger and key note speaker.

What if your Team would play Soccer?

What if your Team would play Soccer?

I am not a soccer fan. I never watch the game. Until now. I have followed the Belgian soccer team during the world championships in Brasil. Last Tuesday I could witness an incredible game between the Belgian team and the

David Ducheyne

David Ducheyne

David is a specialist in people strategies, leadership and organizational development. He has gathered international experience with Henkel, Alcatel, Case New Holland, Securex and the University of Ghent. As an author he has published on Sustainable Leadership, Customzed Work, Health Management and Learning. He's also an avid blogger and key note speaker.

HR strategy: Control + Alt + HR function ?

HR strategy: Control + Alt + HR function ?

HR strategy, the discussion. I’ve been in HR now for more than 15 years. In all these years the “strategic” role of HR has not been out of the debate. Through the years I’ve noticed that this strategic role is complex and intangible.

Karl Van Hoey

Karl Van Hoey

Karl is Senior Consultant and Certified Coach (PCC) @talentogrow, specialized in transforming leaders and leading transformations. He stimulates contexts for collaboration, as a key condition for excellent performance. He is an hrchitect and social media networker.

5 reasons why multiparty collaboration is not the same as teamwork

5 reasons why multiparty collaboration is not the same as teamwork

Most of us are familiar with the concept of teams. We know the importance of clear goals, focus and cohesion. Since Tuckman (1965!) we know that teams are built along predictable stages as forming, storming, norming and performing. We know

Rosi Dhaenens

Rosi Dhaenens

Rosi Dhaenens works on collaboration. Collaboration seems deceivingly simple. It is not. It is connecting people and getting them to the table, dealing with different interests and with the influence of the supportive parties on the background. In her consultancy business she looks for the subtleties of that extraordinary art of working together with different parties. An art she calls Collaboratology.

Team Building – Team Coaching – Team Something

Team Building – Team Coaching – Team Something

Peter is a recently hired manager in the consulting industry, facing a challenge: his team – if that’s the appropriate name – consists of 7 people, spread over 4 countries. And due to recent restructuring and changes in the organization,

Karl Van Hoey

Karl Van Hoey

Karl is Senior Consultant and Certified Coach (PCC) @talentogrow, specialized in transforming leaders and leading transformations. He stimulates contexts for collaboration, as a key condition for excellent performance. He is an hrchitect and social media networker.

Togetherness: 4 strategies to enhance collaboration

Togetherness: 4 strategies to enhance collaboration

Togetherness. The word suggests this is a collective state of being. But it’s not only that. It’s a process. And not an easy one for that matter. Think about it. How often have you experienced a complete state of togetherness?

David Ducheyne

David Ducheyne

David is a specialist in people strategies, leadership and organizational development. He has gathered international experience with Henkel, Alcatel, Case New Holland, Securex and the University of Ghent. As an author he has published on Sustainable Leadership, Customzed Work, Health Management and Learning. He's also an avid blogger and key note speaker.