Leadership Evolution: Act Like a Leader

Leadership Evolution: Act Like a Leader

Leadership Evolution based on Action A long time ago I read the book “Working Identity” by Hermina Ibarra. The basic idea of the book is that you could evolve from one career phase to another by doing things outside of

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.

Protected Values: Context or Character

Protected Values: Context or Character

Protected Values Meet Alexander Wagner. He studies human ethical behaviour. In his tedtalk he wonders why people behave in a trustworthy way, even when they cannot get caught cheating. So there are values that resist trade-offs with other values, particularly economic values.

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.

Culture as Organizational Glue: Beyond Rules.

Culture as Organizational Glue: Beyond Rules.

Culture is the essential complement of rules to help organizations function effectively — concluding our three-part series on rules. I visited London for the first time when I was a teenager. As one might expect from a school trip, it contained numerous memorable experiences. Quite

Koen Smets

Koen Smets

Koen Smets is an accidental behavioural economist, who works as an organization development specialist. He uses elements from both orthodox microeconomics and behavioural economics to bring about behavioural change. He is on Twitter as @koenfucius.

Organizational Innovation. Why is it so Difficult?

Organizational Innovation. Why is it so Difficult?

Organizational Innovation is difficult. We think too much in terms of the past, projects and structures. And very often time is not on our side. There has been a lot of discussion about new ways of working. Very often 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.

4 Elements of Successful Reward and Recognition Programmes

4 Elements of Successful Reward and Recognition Programmes

Are reward and recognition programmes really worth their bother? They’ve played a leading role in many employee engagement strategies for decades, but it’s a question employers justly ask us every day. These employers hear about R&R’s ability to increase retention,

Oliver Matejka

Oliver Matejka

Delivering employee happiness with perks, wellness and more. Oliver is writer at Perkbox.

“No Rules” Illusion: Can We Do Without Rules?

“No Rules” Illusion: Can We Do Without Rules?

No rules illusion is the second article on rules in a series of 3. You can find the first article here. Too Much Freedom Most of us intuitively prefer more freedom over less freedom. But could we have too much of it?

Koen Smets

Koen Smets

Koen Smets is an accidental behavioural economist, who works as an organization development specialist. He uses elements from both orthodox microeconomics and behavioural economics to bring about behavioural change. He is on Twitter as @koenfucius.

Rest and the Art of Getting Work Out of Your System.

Rest and the Art of Getting Work Out of Your System.

This blog is about rest. And about why it is important. A Eulogy for Rest This summer I read an incredibly important book by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang. The book is about rest. And how rest can help you to work better. 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.

The One Thing to Boost Employee Engagement

The One Thing to Boost Employee Engagement

This blog site is also linked to the discussion group on Employee Engagement on LinkedIn. It started more than 8 years ago and has about 36,000 members. But like many groups on LinkedIn it had become a bulletin board for

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.

Sustainable Leadership Revisited: A Journey through New Ideas.

Sustainable Leadership Revisited: A Journey through New Ideas.

A Twitter Journey through Sustainable Leadership In my 25 years in business, I have had the pleasure to work with some excellent leaders. I must say that I did not have the bad luck to have to work with those

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.

The Rules Illusion

The Rules Illusion

Organizations should beware of a “rules bias”: a tendency to give in to risk aversion by establishing ever more rules. Trade-off: Restrictions versus Freedom Any situation in which people coexist benefits from common agreements. We like to know what is acceptable

Koen Smets

Koen Smets

Koen Smets is an accidental behavioural economist, who works as an organization development specialist. He uses elements from both orthodox microeconomics and behavioural economics to bring about behavioural change. He is on Twitter as @koenfucius.

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