I just read in a blog that for dreams to come true, you must make the right choices for them. If you want to get something, you also must give something away. In a couple of weeks, I will start at a work that I feel fit me perfectly both professionally and as an individual.Continue reading “Albert Einstein”Your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions.””
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3.59 – my thoughts about the time dimension for sustainable development
Inspired by the three Finnish medals for the Niskanen family in the Winter Olympics 2022, I decided to share my thought about the time dimension for sustainable development and a piece of my sports history. In November, I attended the Finnish Conference on Vocational and Professional Education Research at Turku University of Applied Sciences. InContinue reading “3.59 – my thoughts about the time dimension for sustainable development”
Seize the opportunity – insights from my first year as an entrepreneur for sustainable development
A year ago I had a couple of days off my daily work. I sat at the kitchen table of my parent’s summer cottage, by the fireplace, writing the application for Tove Holm Consulting. I had thought about the name for some weeks and realized that the customers I had, knew me from earlier work,Continue reading “Seize the opportunity – insights from my first year as an entrepreneur for sustainable development”
Thank you for your positive feedback!
Do you remember a time you got positive feedback for your work, how it affected you and what it led to? And do you recall when you got negative feedback, at work when you thought you had done great? And how that affected your motivation and self-esteem? I have learned that, for me, it isContinue reading “Thank you for your positive feedback!”
Successful facilitation, why and how?
When a group is gathered to plan forward it is crucial to lead the workshop successfully, which is facilitation. Facilitation is to help a group be the best together (Gullstrand, 2020). I have three favorite methodologies I apply which I decided to share, hoping that you would share with us one of your favorite practices.Continue reading “Successful facilitation, why and how?”
Continuous improvements: problem solving and adaptability – skills for the future
I argue that continuous improvements like problem solving and adaptability are important for any work. I am aware that my affection for this argument comes from that I have worked with quality and environmental management systems for over 16 years, where the Deming cycle (plan, do, check, act) is central. Anyhow, I also think that thanks toContinue reading “Continuous improvements: problem solving and adaptability – skills for the future”
Sustainable leadership – both employees and managers are well and achieve the set goals
This autumn I was deeply impressed reading about Hailuoto municipality, which has succeeded with falling short of its budget in 2020. They have succeeded with reducing sick leave days per person from 26 calendar days in 2018, to 19 in 2019 and, so far, six in 2020. Unlike many other municipalities, it does not layContinue reading “Sustainable leadership – both employees and managers are well and achieve the set goals”