Cantaloupe Interim Management is fortunate to have the opportunity to collaborate successfully and in an enriching way on an interpersonal level with an extensive network of experienced HR Interim Managers. “Cantaloupe Informs!” reflects this collaboration: in addition to our own news items, you can also read the contributions of our freelance HR experts. Their topics not only deal with specific HR issues, but also with current societal developments.
Nick Cuyvers has no intention whatsoever of giving you ready-made answers on how best to organise your “Home Office” in the post-Covid world. In his article, on the other hand, he helps you to ask the right questions in order to draw up well-considered and appropriate Home Office guidelines.Read more
Controlling, a major pre-covid part of the role of many team leaders, becomes difficult to fulfil in a hybrid working environment. The fear of not meeting expectations and goals push team leaders out of their comfort zone and triggers a lot of questions. Erna Vanden Wyngaert and Mariet Vrancken, founders of Reimagine Work, highlight 4 topics to consider when reimagining the team leader’s rol.Read more
“The organization is, above all, social. It is people.”
How to prevent a communication breakdown when deploying a new corporate policy? – Kristien Debougnoux08 December 2020
Kristien Debougnoux challenges the idea that the cascade down of information via line managers is the best communication channel to launch a new corporate policy. She describes in her article some root causes for failure in communicating a new corporate policy. In addition to a number of best practices to avoid this communication breakdown, Kristien also highlights some key elements for mobilizing line managers to fully embrace their role in this matter.Read more
Wellbeing op de werkvloer: leidinggevenden én medewerkers als “collega’s in hoofd en hart”. – Marc Vande Gucht23 November 2020
Based on a joint management expertise acquired through + 50 years of field experience, and in consultation with a number of Flemish business managers, Geert Serneels and Marc Vande Gucht have bundled their insights about mental wellbeing in the workplace in a recently published book: “Collega in hoofd en hart”. In his article, Marc discusses 9 suggestions for managers that can have a significant positive effect on the general wellbeing in the organisation.Read more