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Make your sleep an ally of your well-being

It happened again … the days are shorter, and we are in Wintertime. Why not see this as an opportunity to review our sleeping pattern and make sleep our ally. Since last night I am in my own “November Challenge”. Hence, I have started the below experiment and want to share it with you! November...

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Are We Entering the Age of Corporate Social Justice ?

Since my initial studies in Copenhagen the topic of organisational justice has been one of my work topics. The recent months have again made me keen on reading some of the newer research on this topic, such as literature on the perception of organisational justice. One og my reading led me to...

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Happy New Year – Schéi Feierdeeg – Joyeuses Fêtes

Some things just stay the same ... therefore I share with you my yearly photo and greetings from my end-of-the-year-walk. This walk took place in the Vosges. These mountains are only a couple of hours from Luxembourg, yet I have only rarely been in that area. As this year has given me the...

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The emotional climate affects results

When people feel good, they think and work more efficiently, with positive results on creativity, customer relationships, staff retention and revenue. In his book Primal Leadership, Daniel Goleman argues that the number one trait of any good leader is her Emotional Intelligence and her ability to...

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The paradox of choice

Professor of psychology Barry Schwartz author of the book:  “The paradox of choice”, gave in his TED talk a short introduction to his book. He points out the paradox that we do not experience more freedom, the more choices we have (when the number of choices is large). Nor do we become happier. ...

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Interview in the Luxemburger Wort

I have found it surprising and also encouraging to observe how quickly the adaptation to our new working conditions took place. The resilience shown by many people and organisations is helpful and positive. At my level, such as in coaching sessions, my job is to accompany and support initiatives...

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Resilience start with our mind and how we manage our attention

Resilience start with our mind and how we manage our attention. As William James said: "What you attend to in this moment becomes your reality” such as checking social media, the stock markets, talking with friends, talking with collages (colleagues), attendant (attending) to our work.. Early...

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Through the Coronavirus Crisis

Efficiency reigns in a stable world with no surprises, and this mindset is often dominant in large corporations. But the key goal in managing dynamic and unpredictable challenges is resilience – the ability to survive and thrive through unpredictable, changing, and potentially unfavorable events....

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Issues in ethics

During our General Assembly and the polling session we had end of 2019,  we understood that the topic of Ethics is something on which several members were interested in exchanging their views and experience. Hence on the 10th of March we propose an evening session where...

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