Moving Motivators – Energize people

The Moving Motivators exercise is based on ten intrinsic desires, which Jurgen Appelo derived from the works of Daniel Pink, Steven Reiss, and Edward Deci. What is intrinsic motivation? According to Jurgen this is defined as people’s innate desires to do well and to have an eagerness for self-control and self-direction in accomplishing objectives. Successful intrinsic motivation … Continue reading Moving Motivators – Energize people

Eisenhower Matrix : avoid the emergency trap

How was Eisenhower able to reach so many accomplishments that would have such a lasting impact on his country and the world? He understood the fundamental difference between the "Urgent" and the "Important". Later on, Stephen Covey started from Eisenhower’s insights to create a simple tool to prioritize tasks, now known as the Eisenhower Matrix (also … Continue reading Eisenhower Matrix : avoid the emergency trap

Systemic Delegated Roles : a systemic delegated process coaching tool for running efficient meetings

It is most efficiently used on a regular basis, and not as such in exceptional or "crisis-entered" meetings.  The ultimate function of a system’s meetings, is to permit collective decisions making so as to drive collective action and results.  This will develop transversal teamwork, cooperation and collective ownership of organization processes and results. We want to … Continue reading Systemic Delegated Roles : a systemic delegated process coaching tool for running efficient meetings

Faire preuve d’humanité est-il devenu si rare que nous le voyons de plus en plus récompensé ?

Cela fait quelques temps que je me vois « récompensée » par mes actions ou comportement. Pourtant, je ne me pense pas plus digne que qui que ce soit d’autre mais il semblerait que je fasse quelque chose qui impacte tellement que j’en suis récompensée.  La dernière récompense m’a tellement surprise que j’ai décidé d’en partager la … Continue reading Faire preuve d’humanité est-il devenu si rare que nous le voyons de plus en plus récompensé ?

Mental Overload – what is it?

A few definitions Mental overload happens when what is required to perform a task cost more than the energy/resources we have available to perform this same task. Mental Overload = Task request / Available Resources Cognitive load = the cost of processing information in most given circumstances for an individual. Regular cognitive overload can be … Continue reading Mental Overload – what is it?