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Culture and collaborationFeature postManagement and leadershipSpecial edition

How To Build Your Team’s Capacity

In my first two articles of this series, I introduced you to the five skills of a co-creative leader. I also explained how to be a voice among many in the conversation and how to unleash the leaders around you. This article will explain the next key skill, which is …

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Culture and collaborationFeature postManagement and leadership

More than just brains at work: A conversation about active listening in coaching (part 2).

A few weeks ago, Louise Kold-Taylor and Steffan Surdek were in our offices at Pyxis working on the new coaching course they are building together. I noticed how much fun they were having and I decided it could be fun to go pick their brains a bit. I sat with …

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AgileFeature postLeadership (EN)Management and leadership

How to unleash the leaders around you

This article was initially published on Forbes.com. Co-creative leadership In my last post, I introduced you to the five key skills of a co-creative leader. I also went into more detail around the skill of being a voice among many in the conversation. This article is the second in a series …

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Culture and collaborationFeature postLeadership (EN)

A conversation about active listening in coaching

Last week, Louise Kold-Taylor and Steffan Surdek were in our offices at Pyxis working on the new coaching course they are building together. I noticed how much fun they were having and decided it could be fun to go pick their brains a bit. I went to sit with them for …

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Change managementFeature postLeadership (EN)Management and leadershipMoving Motivators

The tools of Management 3.0

I recently had the opportunity to attend the Management 3.0 training hosted by Steffan Surdek, one of my colleagues at Pyxis. Steffan is the founder of Pyxis Cultures and also an expert in corporate leadership development. So the concepts of the Management 3.0 course have recently appeared in my team …

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Verbal aikido serving difficult conversations

My calendar just beeped. The meeting will begin in 10 minutes, and I can feel the stress increase inside of me. I know what the meeting is about and I only have one desire: find an excuse not to go. I wish there will be a miracle and that I’ll be notified at …

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Feature postLeadership (EN)Management and leadership

How to be a voice among many in a conversation

This article was initially published on Forbes.com. Co-creative leadership I talk and write a lot about co-creative leadership these days. When people ask me to name the key traits of a co-creative leader, I usually list the following five skills: Being a voice among many in the conversation. Unleashing the …

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Change managementFeature post

Coach stories: A coach’s tale

The day that Change became a new brand of shampoo Please, let me first reassure you, I won’t try to convince you that change will make your hair brighter, cleaner, or fuller. What I want to propose is to stop thinking about Change like a weird beast that you must manage before it get …

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AgileCulture and collaborationFeature postlogiciel enManagement and leadership

Be fearless of failure and start learning by doing

This article was initially published on Forbes.com. One topic I often find myself discussing these days is learning by doing. Cultures that value continuous improvement encourage experimentation. They also encourage people to fail fast so they can learn fast. But this idea is scary to those working in cultures who believe …

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Culture and collaborationFeature postManagement and leadership

Organizational design eats culture for breakfast!

Maybe you’ve heard the quote “culture eats strategy for breakfast” meaning that a strategy is only as good as the culture’s willingness and capacity to implement it. The company’s culture can be thought of as how things get done here. It has the power to make or break whatever strategic …

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