January 22, 2020

Jaap Hollander

Clinton on leadershipWhat is leadership? One of the most concise and yet comprehensive descriptions was given by former US president Bill Clinton, in a Fortune magazine interview in 2014. “Leadership”, Clinton said, “means bringing people together in pursuit of a common cause, developing a plan to achieve it and staying with it until the goal

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December 20, 2019

Archivist

By Jantina Wijtsma I was coaching Bert, a manager who worked for a non-profit organization. Bert had a whole list of questions for me: “How can I manage my team to be ready for the future?” “How can I renew the values in the team asap?” “How can I move us forward fast?” “How can

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December 18, 2019

Bianca Negrón

You feel excited that your business plan is ready! Your niche, product or service is defined, you are prepared for your customers, your social networks are already activated, your website is ready and the desire to start your business is irresistible! But do you know what motivates you as an entrepreneur? How these motivators may

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May 23, 2019

Jaap Hollander

Content oriented theories and process oriented theories of motivation MindSonar is a process oriented instrument. Many authors have distinguished between content oriented theories and process oriented theories of motivation (Graham and Weiner, 1996).  Content theories A content theory is a system of constructs that are linked logically together, explaining why people behave as they do

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May 11, 2019

Tim Hallbom

Are you driven to create new, unique ways of doing things? Or, do you prefer to follow an already established procedure? The Meta Program distinction that we will be exploring this week will have a dramatic impact on how effective you are at motivating someone or yourself toward a goal.

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