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Ambition


"Do not make your dreams too small, for they will not have the power to make us move forward."
JW von Goethe

 

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Ambition


"Do not make your dreams too small, for they will not have the power to make us move forward."
JW von Goethe

 

When there is no project, there is no opportunity

WHAT IS YOURS ?

The intelligence of a project, its relevance within an economical context, and even its vital dimensions are not always sufficient to "move the mountain".


What should also be considered are the meaningfulness of a project, the values at stake and the benefits it brings. They represent powerful drivers, inducing sustainable motivation. 

  

Engaging in a meaningful project creates more possibilities to produce positive outcomes than engaging in actions only driven by necessity.

"Moving toward a positive target is much more effective than moving away from a negative one". (K Cameron Positive leadership. Deutschman. A 2005. Making Change)

 

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Talents


"It's not enough to have talent. You need to know how to use it". 
Alphonse Allais

Talents


"It's not enough to have talent. You need to know how to use it". 
Alphonse Allais

A talent trained becomes a strength

WHICH ONES ARE SERVING YOUR PROJECT ?

 

Talents are part of the DNA of individuals and organizations. In a certain way they are "available", waiting to be used.

Identifying your talents, developing them and making sure they serve your project, not only increases the chances to achieve your goal but also enhances the feeling of strength and vitality.

 

Become excellent where you are already good. Train your talents until they become a strength. Build your project relying on your strengths and let yourself be surprised by the result.

 

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Commitment


"The most noble principles in the world live only through action."
General de Gaulle

Commitment


"The most noble principles in the world live only through action."
General de Gaulle

A good idea is the one that can be carried through

HOW DO YOU SWITCH FROM INTENTION TO ACTION ?

Motivation and the level of engagement are the results of a subtle combination of elements, different from one individual, or organization, to another.

These drivers can come from "outside": getting a clear and stimulating vision; satisfying choices and room for manouver; perspectives one could look forward to; being able to measure the progression toward the target, relying on relevant methods; getting a sufficient amount of recognition... 

 

They could also araise from a more personal dimension: being able to mobilise meaningful values; use "preferred skills" or "talents"; getting opportunities to learn, share, work with inspiring colleagues; opportunities for self accomplishment... 

What becomes key is the ability to capture, understand and detect, amongst these drivers, the relevant ones to activate in order to give to the dream its reality and to embed actions over time. 

 

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Transition


"There is no true change without transition". 
William Bridges

Transition


"There is no true change without transition". 
William Bridges

Know how to maintain your balance in the transition

HOW DO YOU STEER YOUR EVOLUTION ?

Moving from one step to another is a delicate phase in a system's balance. A merger, reorganization, job shift, new fonction...all are events which will require an adaptation of knowledge, methods and "know how" in order to open up to new perspectives.

It has become common to consider "change" as the new norm. Nonetheless, a change may remain superficial: changing your car does not mean you will change the way you drive it. Being able to put in place new behavior may only occur after having gone through an emotional, internal process. 

 

Allowing and steering the emotional adjustment inherent to the change process, speeds up the return to a new balance and increases the availability to the next step and its field of opportunities.