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.
In “Co-creëren, wie zijn best doet, kan het leren”, Annelies Slijper and Eline Muyters of Trailblazers break a lance for co-creation. Co-makership or co-creation is a powerful way of binding people to your organisation; creating an environment in which you actively listen to people, give them real autonomy and bring people together to achieve results from synergy. With “Lego© Serious Play©” and “Appreciative Circles”, they offer 2 strong methodologies that give employees the opportunity to help build a house and not just hang the curtains.Read more
It is Lynn Van Houtte‘s conviction that if we want to make sustainable transitions, we best make relational connections at a deep(er) level. Leaders can set a good example. With “Secure base leadership en liefde als leiderschapsparadigma voor de 21ste eeuw?”, an article with tango as leading metaphor, Lynn wants to create a dialogue on how we organise our relationships in the workplace today and the possible impact on people and results.Read more
Organizational change is hard work, there is a lot of uncertainty about what works and what not, hard evidence to prove the right way is often more about the right convincing story than objective scientific support. Following (some of) the recommendations outlined in Hans Cockx‘s “At the director’s table – organizational change regulary sucks”, will help you to avoid the usual pitfalls, to make real progress and you will be prouder of the things you have conducted.Read more
The fact that more and more employees seem to be turning their backs on the labour market is a subject that has been drawing Philippe Bailleur‘s attention for some time. “The Great Resignation: 6 perspectives” is an enlightening exercise in perspective agility in which Philippe examines this topic from different angles.Read more
Systemic work is a relatively young psychoanalytic method based on the work of the German psychotherapist Bert Hellinger. Gradually, Flanders also seems to be opening up to it. In “Systemisch werk in bedrijven. Wat is het en wat kan je er mee?” Lieve Picard of Human Architects explains the basic principles and possible applications of systemic work in companies.Read more