Tag Archives: leading change

How to breakup with your old self after a major life transition


Significant life transitions, such as moving to a new city or a new country, becoming a parent or retiring, can be exciting, exhilarating and giving you a chance to grow.  Yet transitions, even positive ones, can also be stressful and … Continue reading

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7 psychological reasons for diet failure


healthHealth Do you keep failing to lose weight? Your mindset might be preventing successful weight loss. Find out how to change this. Source: low-carb-support.com This apply to any kind of change, not only for loosing weight : We all don’t … Continue reading

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What is Bio Leadership ?


Not another change initiative? Some ideas on how change really works and implications for leaders. (See on www.slideshare.net ) Anne Egros‘s insight: Great presentation! What’s new about leadership ? No more top down approach. Leaders must deal with rapidly evolving times in … Continue reading

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The Grass On The Other Side Is Always Greener !


When you see how it can make things better, you get more interested in making the change happen. (Spencer Johnson-Who Moved My Cheese?) ~~~~~~~ Five months ago we moved from Belgium to the U.S. because we decided to live in a place … Continue reading

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For Expats It’s Summertime but The Leaving Is Not That Easy!


♫.Summertime and the living is easy… Yes it is time for the majority of expats to move to a new destination either as a first experience abroad or for veterans like me managing move # 12 from Brussels, Belgium to New … Continue reading

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How to Use LinkedIn to Find a New Job


LinkedIn more than just another social network. It’s a powerful job search tool. They have a pretty good section on how to find a job with LinkedIn. via How to Use LinkedIn to Find a New Job.   Related Articles … Continue reading

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How To Deal With Emotional Eating While In Transition?


  I am not talking about the  few pounds or kilos you usually gain after overeating for one or two feast meals at Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Eve. What I am talking about is a long-term approach to both weight … Continue reading

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Developing Global Executives: Failure Is Not An Option


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] How do you define expatriate failure ? What are the main causes ? How do you select your candidates for expatriation ? Do your expatriate  talent going over to the competition? What types of  training and support are the … Continue reading

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How Mature Consumers Will Change The World


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] This article is based on a research conducted by Mc Kinsey on French consumers and published  in  HBR : http://s.hbr.org/c1I7Q0 Mature consumers will impose pressure on consumption growth and dramatically change the consumer landscape. At 50+ we can … Continue reading

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Expat Life: Returning Home and the Grief Cycle


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] For every change, positive or negative, people go through various emotional stages. Dr Kubler-Ross described those stages as the “Grief Cycle (On grief and grieving By Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, David Kessler). Those stages are the following:Shock stage: Initial paralysis … Continue reading

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