“The world we have created is the result of our level of reflection, but the problems it generates can not be solved at this level.” [Albert Einstein]
1. Management of objectives
2. Change management
4. Performance Management
5. Resource Management
6. Workload Management
7. Inter-Service Relationship Management
8. Team management
9. Communication Management
10. Reward Management
11. Skills Management
12. Management of personal relationships
13. Integrity Management
14. Management of its development
15. Management of emotions
Process of developing managerial capacities
The structure of this development plan is based on
the Gestalt OD approach and the cycle of experience
characterizing the original approach of EXPERIENCE.
Step 1: Application of the measure
Each manager selects about 10 people (respondents) from whom he or she wishes to receive feedback about the impact of his managerial style. Each actor fills a questionnaire of 96 questions (Online).
Step 2: Appropriation of results
Presentation of the results of the survey to the college of managers.
Submission of an individual confidential report accompanied by a self-development guide
Comparison of their self-descriptions with those of their respondents.
Benchmarking with a base of about 1000 managers worldwide.
Development of an individual development plan
Step 3: Change
A. Target training on priorities for personal development plans
B. Individual coaching
Step 4: Measuring progress
Re-application of the MI measure (18 months later)
Step 5: Resolution & Closing
Update of development plans