Participative management is not something you just pull out of a hat; it’s a plant that needs time and preparation to grow and mature. Under the best of conditions...Continue Reading →
SOFIA, BULGARIA, ICF CONGRESS October 25th
The role of coaches in the transformation of the culture of corporations
This talk is about Participative Management, which contributes to transforming corporate culture into a culture that is more cooperative.
I will present 4 styles of management to place Participative Management in its context. My goal is to help you understand how this open style of management is close to coaching. A coach helps the client to make progress by asking questions. This enables the client to develop greater awareness and grow in autonomy.
This is the same process that a leader needs to use with a young and talented employee in order to facilitate the employee’s development.
We will explore this subject with a systemic exercise.
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Hello, James Dillon, certified coach, based in Paris for over 30 years. Author of a book on change management, my professional experience has provided me with a cross-cultural perspective on today’s business issues.
50% of mymissions are in French. My clients are women and men who are leaders, managers, directors, entrepreneurs who want to develop their activity internationally and also make their actions here in France more dynamic.
I help them
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To get a quality professional network to emerge, are you ready to encounter extraordinary people?
Teal for Teal proposes in-depth work focused on the potential of our community for the coming year… with DEEP DEMOCRACY
A dynamic workshop facilitated by
James DILLON and Yolande DEMIRIAN
September 22nd, from 18h30 to 21h30
(At Falstaff's Café, 10 Place de la Bastille, Paris 11)
We are proposing a dynamic process to find practical solutions at 3 levels:Continue Reading →
Jean Dugas: I’m here with James Dillon, an experienced and certified coach based in Paris. James handles many challenges, including coaching a leader who is in out-placement. As HR officer, I’ve seen that situations in this context can be difficult. But you said you had an example of how it turned out well…
So James, tell me about this assignment.
James: The Sales Director was mad. But this had little to do with me.
He was angry about his situation, being forced into an out-placement.Continue Reading →