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In the framework of management team support, MoonSpark is increasingly solicited on the place and role of women within management teams. We are also convinced that the diversity is key to the performance of a team in that it allows for multiple perspectives to be taken into account and thus enriches collective thinking and decisions.
Katie Milkman shares 8 keys to implement change successfully whether individually or supporting someone else. Each key is illustrated, its causes explained on scientific bases and various antidotes are proposed. A fresh and game-chains view on change.
Dan Pink examines the puzzle of motivation, starting with a fact that social scientists know but most managers don't: a sense of purpose, given autonomy and an ability to constantly progress build motivation.
In this revolutionary book, Frédéric Laloux opens up amazing perspectives and presents didactically organizational models that are not only more effective but also more inspiring for all those who make it a reality every day in their company, association, working environment.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely uses classic visual illusions and his own counterintuitive (and sometimes shocking) research findings to show how we're not as rational as we think when we make decisions.
We are used to doing more and more and everything seems to push us to. Leidy Klotz nevertheless demonstrates the benefits, often, of subtracting and doing less and illustrates it by numerous examples. A reading that could change your perspective quite radically and take you on new paths where the less serves the best.
What allows changes to be implemented suddenly in a viral way? This is what Malcolm Gladwell reveals in his famous book based on various situations providing the keys to the «Tipping Point».
David Marquet is the commander of nuclear-powered submarines. He decided to flip the leadership model and pushed for leadership at every level. This video reveals how by giving control to his subordinates and creating leaders they collectively achieved far beyond standards.
The appreciative approach invites us to focus on our strengths to deal with change. Thanks to a didactic presentation of the fundamentals of the approach and its main characteristics, the book is an excellent reference for practitioners.