1.They define success for themselves

Every person is going to have a different view of what makes him or her successful. You could define success by income, rank, family life, or even leisure time – whatever you seek, it’s important to work toward that goal without letting other’s people definition of success change what you want.

If your definition of success is a happy, well-balanced family life, maybe don’t take a job that won’t allow you to spend time with your family.
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A canoe team rowing with power in order to win the competition. On background morning light through the forest.


We often talk about leaders who lack emotional intelligence, but a distortion in EI can also go too far in a leader. EMPLATHY is a critical competency for understanding other’s point of view and finding common ground with people whose experiences differ greatly from our own. But great leaders also balance their empathy with strengths in other competencies.

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP = overcoming Obstacles:


Entrepreneurship is not a destination; it’s a journey.

On this journey, successful entrepreneurs don’t have an expectation of “arriving” to some finish line. If you do have that expectation, you won’t continue to push yourself to step outside of your comfort and grow. You won’t seek out the things that truly help your business experience explosive results because all those things require you stretching yourself.

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On the road to “HR EXCELLENCE”

Influencer (opinion leader, team leader, CEO, market leader) and another business leading concepts, wide banner composition.

Today, companies and organizations are not facing “simple” alternatives; it’s not about innovation against efficiency, speed or reliability, conformism or flexibility, global coherence or local reactivity Read more

Le Manager, peut-il/elle être nuisible?

En ce qui concerne les collaborateurs d’une organisation, je préfère ne plus parler de management. Le management du personnel, de sa motivation, se résume fondamentalement à un maniement plus ou moins subtil de la carotte et du bâton.
Cette méthode a fait ses preuves :…

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Réfléchir à haute voix

Le manager qui épaule ses collaborateurs, se sent plus tranquille, l’esprit plus libre.

En braquant le projecteur sur le processus, le manager aide ses collaborateurs à mettre leur action en perspective et à appréhender le sens de ce à quoi ils consacrent leur énergie et leurs efforts.

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Pour un Leadership de Contribution

Les mutations continuent à se produire. Nous sommes à la croisée des chemins. Il y a convergence historique des personnes et des entreprises.

Des millions de personnes se rencontreront sans jamais se toucher, l’espace-temps-vitesse sera aboli. Nous serons dans un processus d’influence d’une culture sur l’autre,…

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Questions asked by leaders

Questions asked by Leaders in order to bring direction and purpose to their organizations:

1. What are the insights we need to succeed as an organization? Who spends time thinking and reflecting on these insights? Who has responsibility for news ideas, learning from the past, and reflecting on our current situation? How do we make room for pondering, reflecting, learning, and creativity?

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On demande beaucoup …

On ne demande pas aux collaborateurs de s’engager pour s’engager, sur n’importe quel objectif et dans n’importe quelle direction.
On ne leur demande pas non plus de changer pour le plaisir de changer. Force est bien cependant de reconnaître qu’on leur demande beaucoup

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Successful Project Management :

Small or big organisations, regardless of their activity’s field, go almost constantly through transformation projects. Therefore to succeed in project management is crucial for the company’s life.

However, a successful project is based on a group of talented people with different skills who get together and solve a problem, create a product, or deliver a service. As everything else, successful projects don’t just happen – it takes a lot of work.

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