Game Of European Thrones: Is there such a thing as a European leader?

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Is there a typically European leadership style? Forbes went out to examine the issue and explored different leadership styles across Europe. In this article, I provided some general background and introduction on European leadership (article by Matt Symonds, see link full article https://www.forbes.com/sites/mattsymonds/2019/04/05/game-of-european-thrones-an-essential-guide-to-management-styles-in-europe/)  Cherry blossom is a glorious announcement of the arrival of spring, but […]

Creativity flourishes when managers listen

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Managers listening attentively can boost team creativity, according to research from King’s College London and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem   (by Rachel Muller-Heyndyk, published at www.hrmagazine.co.uk on Feb 22th, 2019) The international study of nearly 700 participants showed that employees who felt they were being listened to were more likely to rate themselves as […]

If you want to predict the future, find people who know what they don’t know

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  I recently talked to Lauren Van Elegem from Nexxworks about innovation, superforecasters, network effects, HR tech, the power of SMEs and other future of work related topics. Peter Hinssens’ Nexxworks aims to inspire organizations to act on their ‘day after tomorrow”. As I’m often a bit skeptical about futurologists and trendwatchers, this was a […]