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Que signifie manager en 2013 ? – Blog Expectra | dossier Leader, Management

Les collaborateurs sont aujourd’hui en forte demande de responsabilités et d’autonomie. Ils veulent de plus en plus être impliqués dans la moindre décision. Sans aller jusqu’à demander aux collaborateurs de s’auto-gérer, comme le fait l’entreprise Flavi, il est certainement plus productif d’impliquer davantage les salariés dans la définition de leurs objectifs, de leurs tâches, et finalement de leur carrière.
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« Le télétravail est un levier de motivation et d’engagement des salariés

Accenture est un pionner du management à distance, de par son activité de conseil en entreprise et sa dimension multinationale. Leslie Dehant, DRH d’Accenture France, explique qu’après avoir généralisé le télétravail chez les populations sédentaires, l’entreprise veut maintenant l’étendre à ses consultants.
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The Duality Of Leadership

In life and in leadership, we are constantly dealing with duality. To learn, we need to be curious. To lead, we need to have followers. To be strong, we need to be vulnerable. To give, we need to receive.

 

As twenty-first century leaders, we need to understand that we are moving toward a NEW ethic, one that is built on duality.

In the OLD way of thinking, we based our leadership on a set of shared values and principles aimed at achieving moral perfection while maintaining social order and well being.

What got left behind in the old approach are the things that we are coming to value and seek out in the NEW: authenticity, vulnerability, unity.

The old approach was built on the duality of contradictory opposites. In or out. Black or white. Right or wrong. We divided things, labeled them, decided their value.

 

The foundation is a concept of opposites that are contrary but not contradictory, that exist as points on a spectrum—not black and white, but darkness AND light.

Instead of choosing one and rejecting the other, we accept both, we live with both, we seek to know both.

To lead us to our truth in our living and leadership we must approach life as a series of dualities, to let go of our anxiety of having to be all on one side or the other.
See on www.lollydaskal.com