"In search of introspection and reflection"
In today’s networked society we are at risk of becoming victims of information overload. Introspection and reflection have become lost arts as the temptation to ‘just finish this’ or ‘find out that’ is often too great to resist. But working harder is not necessarily working smarter. This blog entry explores how slacking off and setting aside regular periods of ‘doing nothing’ may be the best thing we can do to induce states of mind that nurture our imagination and improve our mental health.
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Organisations have a responsibility towards their staff.
Published on 1 Oct, 2020
"Do less instead of doing too much"
This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review argues that the biggest problem we have in contemporary society is not that we do too little but that we try to do too much.
Published on 10 Dec, 2013
"Personailty and techno-stress"
Published on 25 May, 2016
"Obsession for digital technology"
Published on 17 Oct, 2016
Les top managers préféreront une communication honnête et l'empathie.
Les vrais leaders veillent à ce que leur entreprise sorte de la crise revigorée et prête à affronter l'avenir. Pour faire partie des entreprises qui émergent lorsque les conditions économiques seront un peu meilleures, sept stades s'imposent.
Published on 17 Aug, 2020
"Slacking off is a great way to nurture our imagination"
In our current 24/7 society, introspection and reflection have become lost arts. Instead, we are at risk of becoming victims of information and work overload. In this article, the authors argue that slacking off—or a conscious effort to do nothing—is a great way to induce states of mind that nurture our imagination.
Published on 20 Dec, 2014
"Down the rabbit hole of shame"
Shame is part of the human experience. Keeping your feelings of shame in perspective can relieve you of a harmful tendency to self-blame, and, eventually, make peace with your shadow side. Knowing that you are good enough, worthwhile, and deserving of love and acceptance is essential for building resilience and living your most authentic life.
Published on 1 Jun, 2017
"What role does money play in our lives"
This paper explores the role money plays in our lives.
Published on 5 Apr, 2006
Through coaching work with senior executives, Manfred Kets de Vries explores why many suffer from profound periods of unhappiness despite having external success.
Published on 7 Dec, 2007
"Are you suffering from the wealth fatigue syndrome?"
This blog entry explores the wealth fatigue syndrome. Instead, one should invest in enduring things that matter.
Published on 10 Dec, 2014