Our Best Wishes for 2019 !

Our Best Wishes for 2019 !

Exchanges, partnerships and alliances... all our Best Wishes for 2019! 

James Dillon & Brigitte Warnez

 

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International Co-Development Practice Group

International Co-Development Practice Group

ICFF members celebrate 4 months of Co-Development practice on the heels of Janet Harvey's webinar series "Drive Disruption using the ICF Core Competency Framework"Janet M. Harvey, MA, MCC, ACSJamesDillon.orgKristi Swenson AlcouffeDeborah RussellElaine LEENJames DillonAlain PASCAILLani Montoya ACCGwendolyn MonnotGaëlle CoqueblinJo Stapleton LeymarieGabriela Buettnerhashtag#coachinghashtag#ICFhashtag#ICFFhashtag#drivedisruptionhashtag#icfhashtag#codevelopmenthashtag#ICFcorecompetencies

A Christmas photo of our Co-Development Practice Group, celebrating a successful cycle of our monthly sessions since September 2018. This group was inspired by Janet Harvey’s ICF webinar in June/July 2018. Our initiative was organized by Dana Lefeuvre and James Dillon. 

The sessions are held on-line and in English and based on the principles of Claude Champagne and Adrien Payet. An exercise of collective intelligence, each participant takes a turn as Challenge Owner, proposing his or her challenge. One member of the group serves as Facilitator for the Co-development process and the other participants ask clarifying questions and explore the challenge together to help the Challenge Owner find solutions and a strategy.

This first group is now operational. We are interested in organizing another group, either in French or in English. Let us know if you are interested by contacting:

James DILLON, PCC

James.dillon@emergingstep.com

(33) 6 60 87 92 55

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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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