Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.

We need a shared context in order to create a “shared meaning” over something. When somebody shares information with you, and you don’t have the relevant background context, you will fill in the blanks in order to perceive this information as ‘”meaningful” to you. But unfortunately, we aren’t really good in reading other’s minds. And…

How do you manage communication in a virtual team?

Qualitative and Predictable Communication Best Practices By the year 2020, 62% of employees are expected to work in virtual teams, so it is essential that managers start adapting themselves and their companies to this new reality. We are an evidence-based company, so for our latest Habit Magazine we asked Louis Jonckheere (CPO & Co-founder of…

Habit talk about feedback and performance review

Habit talk with Tom Vanfleteren Tom Vanfleteren is Head of Cloud and Industrialized ICT at Proximus. Whilst valuing self-development and leadership, he affirms that performance review is not a one-time and one-side story where a leader evaluates employees one time a year. For this weeks habit talk we asked Tom some questions about the performance…