My passion is dealing with change in organizations. This led me to embrace the latest methodologies of whole system changes, ie. how to implement strategic projects. Besides this I developed my knowledge in change facilitation, in collaborative systems, in the New Ways of Working, in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Socially Responsible Investment (SRI), in neurosciences and I am actively practicing mindfulness and meditation. Formerly, I have been Financial Director with Moore Corporation Ltd, Logistics Director with Carrefour Belgium and finally Business Transformation Director with Mobistar. The common thread of my career has been to deal with reorganizations, programs and business transformations with a major focus on the human side. Today, I try to put my philosophy into my change facilitation practice, because there is a great need, because it is my passion.
How neurosciences can contribute to leadership: some new insights and tools (Vincent De Waele)Collaboration, Leadership, Performance, Self-Improvement, Vincent De Waele, Workshops
Over the past 20 years, neurosciences have substantially increased our knowledge of the human brain. A new approach developed by a group of scientists led by Jacques Fradin have developed a framework and related tools to help us in our understanding as well as optimization of human, relational and organizational behavior.
The workshop will start with a framework explaining the role of 4 decision centers of our brain and how they interact in a multifunctional way. Then we will see how this framework can help in 3 fields:
Theory U: a methodology for deep change (Vincent De Waele)Courage, Disruption, Leadership, Vincent De Waele, Workshops
Theory U is based on a concept called “presencing.” A blend of the words “presence” and “sensing”, presencing signifies a heightened state of attention that allows individuals and groups to shift the inner place from which they function. When that shift happens, people begin to operate from a future space of possibility that they feel wants to emerge, people avoid reproducing solutions from the past when disruption is needed. Being able to facilitate that shift is the essence of leadership today.