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People and Projects in a Culture of Health for Business (CoH4B)

Culture of Health for Business (CoH4B) places health and wellbeing centre stage in projects, enabling healthier choices. CoH4B is both the ‘way we do things around here’ and a way forward. It means creating a context of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing, integrating ethical, financial and, naturally, environmental aspects. It concerns quality of life and optimising potential.

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In quest of serenity in your SME ?

To the owners or executive managers of SMEs looking for serenity and time control, even if they rarely think of it spontaneously, I like to advise to start with the implementation of a 5S system.

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Respect

Is respect in our lives important? Where does his absence make life difficult? There are many situations where we should show each other respect in society.

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25

Mental health

Unlike physical ailments, detecting and identifying the mental ones is much more challenging. Mental health must not be a taboo, especially in the workplace.

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Pygmallion effect or reason for managing your expectations

According to Ovidius, Pygmallion was a Cypriot sculptor, who fell in love with an ivory woman statue he carved. The goddess Aphrodite appreciated his love and offerings and changed the statue to a real woman. Pygmallion then married her and they had a daughter. So much for the history or mythology, now let's go back to management. The phenomenon called Pygmalion effect says that others' expectations from a person are affecting that person's performance.

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How to manage International Team

How to achieve project target with distributed international team? Key aspects to consider are: people as individuals, cultural impact on thinking, communication and resolution. Meet your team on regular basis.

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Leadership style and Company culture

There are many leadership styles. Not only those listed in theory (autocratic,charismatic,bureaucratic,laissez-faire, etc.), but also their various combinations. The leadership style comes out of the individual personality and so each leader has a style of his/her own. Effectiveness of a particular style cannot be evaluated for the style itself, but only when considering a specific environment (in which the style si applied) - e.g. a specific company culture.

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