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.
Doing the Strenghtsfinder assessment was a game changer for Inge Hermans. As a certified Gallup Coach she has experienced for herself and witnessed for many coachees the power of knowing our strenghts to put us on the best path forward. With her article she wants to share the sense of clarity and focus this brings.Read more
Looking for the cause of a problem is no guarantee of a quick solution. In “Solution-focused Working in Organisations”, Natalie Neyt gives us a clear presentation of a methodology that focuses on what works and what is workable for the individual, team or organisation and that lays a solid foundation for a safe and open working environment where everyone can be themselves.Read more
Conflicts that were slumbering or openly manifested before COVID-19 can flare up quickly and in full force when returning to the workplace, with a damaging impact on the functioning of teams and departments. Now that we can leave the home-office quarantine behind us, Leen Van den Abeele and Reinhilde Christis give us some tips on how to avoid relapsing into some old habits. They advocate tackling team conflicts through open communication, mutual understanding and recognition. If conflicts cannot be solved internally, they recommend using an external social mediator as an alternative.Read more
In his clearly written article, Frederik Deben shows us the added value that HR Interim Managers bring to their clients when they act according to the principles of diplomacy. The pioneering insights of Machiavelli who based his golden rules for strategic leadership on his experiences as a top diplomat, were an inspiration for this.Read more
A leader who thinks, acts and behaves in a soulful manner inspires others to do the same. The human approach of a soulful leader changes the way people grow, collaborate and feel. In their article, Inge Anno and Marianne Wagner, founders of B.Soul, share with us 10 pillars of Soulful Leadership.Read more