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A practical guide to breathe new life into leaders and rally teams working from home or in hybrid mode.
The president of o2 coaching suggests that they train their teams to achieve the desired results rather than striving to take part in activities.
And being a leader means wanting to move forward through these challenges, says Cloé Caron, president of o2 Coaching.
When we become a leader, the pebble we hold in our hands and represent forms a circle when we throw it in the water. A circle as big as our team.
Cloé Caron, founding president of o2Coaching, who has been receiving more calls and requests for coaching for seven months, also observes the ravages of uncertainty.
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Overnight, hundreds of workers discovered telecommuting. In addition to having to manage the crisis situation, managers had to quickly learn how to supervise their teams remotely. But how do you keep your troops motivated?
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“What we have experienced in the last year is a tsunami. We transformed everything. It changed us all. It is crucial to take stock,” explained executive coach Cloé Caron, as part of the webConference.
As president and founder of o2Coaching, a professional training and coaching company, Cloé Caron helps leaders, teams and managers reach their full potential.
Experienced coach, founding president of o2 Coaching, speaker and author, she has helped hundreds of leaders and their teams improve their strategic posture and team dynamics.
Driven by a passion to help, inspire and develop people, Cloé Caron has transformed the lives of many leaders and organizations thanks to her human approach to entrepreneurship.
Chambres de commerce et de l'industrie
The trophy was presented by the Member of Parliament for Mount-Royal-Outremont, Mr. Pierre Arcand, the company O2 Coaching (Cloé Caron).
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