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Creative courage : leveraging imagination, collaboration, and innovation to create success beyond your wildest dreams

Altidor, Welby
Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley and Sons, 2017


How can we create or nurture a culture at work that's more innovative to answer the call of transformation? How can we leverage imagination and creativity to make our work more robust and resilient? And, how can such a culture help produce relevance, inside and outside of our organization?

Written by the former Executive Creative Director of Creations at Cirque du Soleil, Creative Courage shows what it takes to step outside our comfort zones to truly make a difference. Welby Altidor outlines a flexible and transformational framework for individuals and organizations who want to operate and innovate at the highest level in order to provide more constructive, inspiring, and empowering space for their employees, teams, and collaborators to flourish.

As Altidor clearly shows, creative courage is more than a practical strategy, it's a way of life. It opens our minds—and the minds of those around us—to new approaches, new ideas, and new schools of thought that can revolutionize the way we work. The author reveals the foundational values of caring, safety, and trust that need to be in place in order to dream of the seemingly impossible and then take the risks that innovation demands. Discoveries and breakthroughs happen when we are able to identify ideas that can trigger constructive emotional reactions or experiences. When we take the dare to grow, we let more love and beauty in the world.

Whether you work independently or as part of a team, whether you're self-employed or part of an organization, and even if you think creativity isn't a part of the work that you do—Creative Courage gives you the perspective, courage, and kick start you need to think differently about the things you do every day. [editor summary]

How can we create or nurture a culture at work that's more innovative to answer the call of transformation? How can we leverage imagination and creativity to make our work more robust and resilient? And, how can such a culture help produce relevance, inside and outside of our organization?

Written by the former Executive Creative Director of Creations at Cirque du Soleil, Creative Courage shows what it takes to step outside our comfort zones ...


Cote : 153.35 A4681c 2017

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Les 5 clés pour cultiver son intelligence émotionnelle

Gervais-Roy, Claire
Paris : Dunod, 2013

Des conseils et des exercices pratiques pour gérer ses émotions et celles de ses collaborateurs, être plus efficace au sein de l'entreprise et dans la vie de tous les jours, explorer de nouveaux comportements et développer l'ouverture émotionnelle. [résumé de l'éditeur]


Cote : 152.4 R8881c 2013

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Comment gérer les personnalités difficiles

Lelord, François
Paris : Odile Jacob, 2010


Cote : 616.858 L543c 2010

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The emotionally intelligent office : 20 key emotional skills for the workplace

The School of Life
London, Royaume-Uni : The School of Life

Modern businesses place huge emphasis on technical training, yet a lot of what determines the success or failure of an organisation has nothing to do with the traditional 'hard' skills taught at business school, but rather the sophisticated 'soft' skills that are key to emotional maturity.

The Emotionally Intelligent Office introduces us to twenty core emotional skills that can help businesses and individuals to flourish. They range from giving and receiving honest feedback and accepting that it's OK to fail, to addressing jealousies and insecurities within teams. We learn about how our childhoods continue to have an often unhelpful impact on how we deal with colleagues and the best ways we might speak so that others will listen.

This book is informed by the practical work that the Business division of The School of Life carries out, endeavouring to change the culture within organisations around the world by teaching teams the art of emotional intelligence. [editor summary]
Modern businesses place huge emphasis on technical training, yet a lot of what determines the success or failure of an organisation has nothing to do with the traditional 'hard' skills taught at business school, but rather the sophisticated 'soft' skills that are key to emotional maturity.

The Emotionally Intelligent Office introduces us to twenty core emotional skills that can help businesses and individuals to flourish. They range from ...

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