Asks for solutions, don’t create robots from your staff.

24 September 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   

51 ways to make a manager crazy and what to do about it.

22 September 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   

Athens, 21/9/2017, Marc de Turck delivered a very successful seminar about Dev-t.

Business Coaching Lab, AMT Consultants and Coaching Leaders have co-organized this seminar.
In total, 88 people attended and learned unique data about how to recognize dev-t in their companies and how to handle it.
Here are some photos and success stories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Excellent, just as each seminar you organize! – D.N
Very interesting seminar and really informative! D.P
A really useful and very concise seminar – B.N
Very useful approach, a lot of the data seem really applicable to me! T.V

Always excellent! – S.J

KRIB VRATSA INVITES MARC DE TURCK AS GUEST SPEAKER FOR THEIR ASSOCIATION

9 September 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   

Bulgaria, Vratsa, The Regional Association of Industrial Leaders in Vratsa, Bulgaria (KRIB) invites Marc de Turck as Guest speaker on their conference.

Marc spoke about emotions and their importance in recruitment and dealing with government officals.

He showed the attendees how to recognize people behind their mask via different ways in a very attractive and funny way.

Those tricks are very usefull when one recruits personel.

He also showed how to move people via emotions.

More info on www.freeboss.eu.

 

What Successful Managers Don’t Do (Part 4)

6 September 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   
What Successful Managers Don’t Do (Part 4)

Successful managers are not willing to be shown as the hero of the company who do and know everything instead of his people.

They know very well that doing everything and looking for solution for each problem, which appears  just to show to their people who is the smartest, the best and the most hardworking person in the company is the biggest stupidity in management. read more

Man is not here to lead via conflict and force, but via understanding.

31 August 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What Successful Managers Don’t Do (Part 3)

21 August 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   
What Successful Managers Don’t Do (Part 3)

Do you doubt?

Doubt is not a mistake in itself, but it becomes one when you stay in it. The information I am going to put out here is extremely important not only for managers but also for everyone who wants to be successful, fast, productive and happy.
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Bulgarian Business People in search of a Blue Ocean

21 August 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   
Bulgarian Business People in search of a Blue Ocean

Today’s business people in Europe are confronted with harsh competition, as if they where swimming in a bloody ocean full of sharks.
Many business people confirm trying to survive this price war and technology war.

Model answers such as being more efficient or investing in new technologies in the hope to reduce price or to have a technological competitive advantage face inadequacy because those answers are basically reactions to the outside market, reactions on the competition.   Most companies react on the competition with increasing efficiency to reduce price. But there will always be one Asian person making things cheaper. Others invest heavily in technology . read more

9 Tools to self motivate people – seminar to ERA in Bulgaria

15 July 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   
9 Tools to self motivate people – seminar to ERA in Bulgaria

The ERA network invited Marc de Turck as guest speaker for its seminar on motivation

Bulgaria, Hisaria, in the beautiful environment of Staro Celo and its Vineyard Hotel. read more

Understanding as the first change management tool.

30 June 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   

Mergers and acquisitions…. You hear it daily.  Especially banks and insurance companies are targets today.  During this period of change, people feel uncertain, rumours start, jealousy arizes when people will loose their jobs, new colleagues are distrusted.

While the top management for obvious strategic reasons cannot transparently communicate its changes to all levels, it is important to keep understanding high between people so as to keep unity and the level of efficiency and productivity,

The financial department of Generali-Victoria was challenged recently with such a merger. As part of the change management, Marc J de Turck was invited as guest speaker on a seminar on communication in a challenging, changing environment.

Marc stressed the understanding between people and its 3 elements (Affinity, Reality and Communication, based on the works of L. Ron Hubbard). In a funny and dynamic way he gave the attendees tools to better understand each other in a challenging new environment.

The results will be visible in a couple of months.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 main tools in resolving company problems

27 June 2017   •   Newsletter   •   no comments   

Todays turbulent world makes it hard for company collaborators to easily understand each other’s tasks, purposes, responsibilities.
This is especially true between the sales and production people.

 

Misunderstanding reflects inside and outside the company and eventually brings about less growth and prosperity.

This was also one of the challenges which one of our clients faced.

That is why the General Manager of Eltrade (Big Cash register company in Bulgaria) insisted on an internal and external  communication seminar to be held to ALL his staff.

 

 

 

IDEAS FreeBoss was invited to deliver a 2 day seminar on internal and external communication and understanding.

Marc J. de Turck stressed on the 3 elements of understanding, Affinity, Reality and Communication (based on the works of L.R.Hubbard).
He stressed the attention on the emotions and what some call  emotional intelligence in understanding and communicating.

The results are already visible in the team.

Want to know more about our seminar on understanding: click here