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28 April 2021

Lynda Longeau (TBS 2015) - What does being a manager in 2021 entail ?

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In the wake of this year when it was vital to reinvent oneself in the role of director or manager, after this year when one had to stay strong and driven in the face of an unprecedented situation in order to carry, encourage and motivate teams that were greatly affected, a year when innovation was necessary all the time to compensate for the emotional shortfall caused by distance, management is showing signs of strain... 

Lynda Longeau who has been a professional coach and consultant in change implementation for over 15 years, has written this article with an invitation to look at the situation today with different eyes (vous propose son regard sur la situation actuelle (crossing the health crisis with an economic and psychological crisis) and their effects on companies within the scope of their essential componants, that is, human beings. 


Read entire article (in French only)

In summary : 

  • Statement on the psychological endurance felt by managers over the last year (CODIR & Management de proximité)
  • Identification of the mental and physiological impacts and their symptoms in everyday work that is now punctuated by fewer and shorter moments of human interaction. 
  • Potential solutions to put the energy back into individuals and their teams. 

How can we transform the present crisis into an opportunity to change management practices ? 

Individual and group coaching remains a key factor in taking stock of this shift which is a society, human and managerial phenomenon.  

Article written by Lynda Longeau, member of our Mutual support section.
For more informatoin about Lynda : Read her presentation.

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