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Maybe should you provoke a high employee turnover?

Sunday October 31st, 2021 0 comments

A few days ago, I was having an exchange of views with a Brazilian business leader I highly consider. The topic was about employees’ turnover. Like most of us, I assume, I considered it as negative if not very costly. In traditional businesses (still the vast majority on Earth), losing someone equates to losing knowledge, know-how, experience, history and, sometimes,…

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How well does your leadership team keep your iceberg afloat?

Friday October 22nd, 2021 0 comments

Almost twelve years ago, a client and friend, Beat Blaesi (Leadership Development Director at Bank Julius Baer at the time) introduced me to Patrick Lencioni’s “Five Dysfunctions of a team” and I shared its model with you, in an article. I now regularly work (I should say “I enjoy myself”) with a Brazilian company, called iFood. The company is active…

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Is Harvard University Professor, Michael Sandel, just a Dreamer?

Thursday October 14th, 2021 0 comments

Many of you reported their interest in Michael Sandel’s TED talk, mentioned in my last article. And, if a part were enjoying the ideas put forward by Professor Sandel, they also regretted, in advance, that these could be too idealistic. For those of you who never heard about him, Michael Sandel is an American Political Philosopher, teaching at Harvard University…

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A New Way of Thinking for the Disruption Economy

Tuesday October 5th, 2021 0 comments

We have all seen where a wonderful idea such as Facebook (from creating a platform where people living far apart from each other could reconnect with each other, to becoming a major tool of misinformation at the service of dictatorships or haters) went through time or how polarization and exclusion ideas have allowed divisive leaders to gain elections by spreading…

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