Faire des liens entre #empathie et #engagement ou #empathie et #leadership me semble, en tant que Coach, somme toute logique. Plus surprenant, le lien entre #empathie et #innovation. Merci Tracy Brower pour votre article fort intéressant sur les #recherches entre l'empathie et d'autres domaines, comme le #leadership, l'#innovation, la #rétention.
"Effective global leaders need to be culturally competent—able to function in cross-cultural situations by valuing diversity and staying aware of others’ cultural identities and their own. This ability requires deep self-awareness of their own cultural biases, along with the ability to manage these biases and strive for inclusive action at work. Coaching as a leadership toolkit, with its emphasis on active listening, non-judgment, and curious questioning, supports cross-cultural working as it promotes trust, empathy, and clearer communications."
An interesting article about how to feel energized again at work.
"One of my clients, for example, recognized that strategic thinking was one of her core strengths: She loves thinking about the future and long-term opportunities. But as the pandemic stretched on, she was concerned that daily pressures left little space for this kind of thought; it felt like she was always fire-fighting small, urgent tasks. So she created a two-hour window for strategic planning in her weekly schedule — some to be spent alone and some with her team. Just these few hours have re-energized her: She reports an increase in joy at work not only in those strategic planning sessions but more generally across her week."
Have you heard about the "end-of-history illusion" ?
"By making us reactive instead of proactive, the end-of-history illusion affects our lives in several ways, leading to short-sighted planning and fixed assumptions about ourselves."
An interesting article about this phenomenon and the biaises we all encounter
Alors que le télétravail s'est généralisé et que de plus en plus d'entreprises réfléchissent à leur future organisation hybride, des études présentent des résultats intéressants sur l'avenir.
Et vous, comment voyez-vous votre future organisation ?