Why not have a bit of light ?

Christiane Lavanoux, Evasion Hotel, New CaledoniaTake a step back to be a better manager: It is true that to lead effectively, you need to raise your head up, watch what happens around and assess the context and people…

The overall perception is an art that enables all organization within a framework whatever the space. This is a key factor to understanding any given situation. To see the potential of a group, to organize the elements into a dynamic and effective whole are in fact the first qualities of a manager.

Conceptual perception has revolutionized the practice, has made it more accessible to everyone. Because a practical concept captures the human profiles immediately but also because the tools to energize each potential now optimize any exchange. All this will radically change the way players interact.

And if you push perception a little further, you reach the depths of your being, where true expansion is to start.

- Christiane Lavanoux, The I Game

Translation:  Mary Margaret White-Levilain, Guy Levilain
Resource-person in the US for IGA: Mary Margaret White-Levilain
Photo : JLB

The English e-book ” THE I GAME ” is available on the iBookstore

The French e-book ” LE JEU DU JE ” is also available on the iBookstore

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2 thoughts on “Why not have a bit of light ?

  1. It is a light show, a dance and a powerful choir coming together in this global community. Shine on dear innovator, connector and director/directress– I Game Goddess.•´.•´¨) ¸.•¨)¸
    (¸.•´(.•* *•♪♫•*

    • Thank you Mary Margaret for the aerial lightness of your comment. Evolving around our fundamental talents has a delicious natural taste and leads us to implement a productive strategy without undermining the importance of finding lightness and wellbeing.

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