More employee engagement? The conditions for cooperation and collaboration

More employee engagement? The conditions for cooperation and collaboration

What distinction can we make between cooperation and collaboration? That was the question I received during this quiet month of August from a Masters student writing his thesis on management.

Without much context to go on, this could easily turn into a game of semantics. A dictionary indicates that both words mean participating in a common action in order to benefit from its result. At the risk of a philosophical joust where we split hairs, let’s dare to interpret these terms further.

Cooperation...

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ICF - Hogan Conference in Budapest, April 20th

ICF - Hogan Conference in Budapest, April 20th

The challenge of Participative Management: transformational keys and insights

James Dillon with Alla Kazajeva, Director of ICF - EMEA

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Moving from participative to cooperative management

Moving from participative to cooperative management

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...

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SOFIA, BULGARIA, ICF CONGRESS October 25th

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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James Dillon, certified professional coach, visiting card video

James Dillon, certified professional coach, visiting card video

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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