Categorie: Animations, vidéos
Sure, there are a lot of emotions on the job, but managers who blow up when their employees make a mistake are bad news for a company. There are two different sorts of mistakes. There are errors of execution, which can cause delays and difficulties. Obviously, the boss wants to eliminate them. Probably, he or she may have low tolerance for repeated mistakes a company can ill afford. Still, errors of execution, as serious as they may be, can be corrected. Employees can be properly trained.
On the other hand, an error of omission -- when the manager doesn't even realize a mistake is being made by the company' itself when its strategy is wrong or poorly adjusted to market reality -- can kill a company. If employees are too afraid to speak up or unmotivated, a manager is swimming in his or her own blind ignorance. Managers are not hired to manage ignorance.
Categorie: Mes billets sur le coaching en français
Le 27 juin Brigitte Warnez et James Dillon ont animé avec brio le diner débat sur « le coaching, une ouverture pour les médiateurs ? » devant une assemblée d’une vingtaine de personnes médiateurs ou responsables d’entreprises dans le restaurant « la Jennie » à Paris.
Après un tour d’horizon sur les différences et les similitudes de ces deux métiers en terme de Position, Rôle, Contexte et Outils et Méthodes...
Categorie: My themes
On June 27th, we presided over a summer dinner-debate sponsored by Planète Médiation in front of 20 French Mediators and business leaders at Jenny’s, the well-known Alsatian restaurant with its excellent food and service. We did everything in our power to make sure the evening would be memorable.
We tackled the question running through the minds of our select public: what were the differences and the similarities between the two professions, Mediation and Coaching?