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CLCP and the Private Sector


CLCP and the Private Sector

This is the meeting place for Constellation members interested to bring CLCP to the private sector and vice versa. We exchange our experiences, learn together and will try to come up with a Constellation Offer for the Private sector.

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Latest Activity: Dec 15, 2018


The Constellation's Offer to Businesses: A Summary

Started by Olivia Munoru. Last reply by Nathalie Legros Jan 30, 2013. 1 Reply

The link below provides a summary of our offer to Businesses. Like all our interactions with communities, we listen first and try to understand their vision. Once we have this understanding, we can…Continue

Tags: business

SALT visits for the private Sector

Started by Marlou. Last reply by Gaston Nov 25, 2011. 1 Reply

Dear all, Below you find a copy of a conversation that took place on email with a small group of Constellation friends. We want to open the floor for all of you interested in the topic of CLCP and…Continue

Tags: private sector, salt

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Comment by Jean-Louis Lamboray on March 23, 2015 at 6:31pm

Le BONHEUR AU TRAVAIL: Un documentaire à voir absolument! Ce qui paraissait impossible il y a quelques années se passe aujourd'hui

Comment by Joke D´haese on September 11, 2014 at 8:39am

Dear Friends, 

A request from the Mauritius team, Joke and Sanghamitra. The project is moving forward with new challenges and new excitements on our way.

Who can give a concrete example of how SALT helped a commercial company to achieve better results with teamwork? Your story or business case could really help us here to make some good links, so don't hesitate to share :-)   

Warm greetings from Mauritius to all! 

Comment by Susanne Mueller on February 7, 2014 at 11:10pm

A friend of mine is looking for a trainer (French national French/English speaking) asap for a leadership development training assignment in the financial sector in Paris, France. It is a financial organization and the person has to be FRENCH!! 

if you are this person or know a person - please send the my way - thank you, mille merci, Susanne

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on December 12, 2013 at 7:03am

Thanks to John Lodder for sharing this

How A Culture of Appreciation Develops Engaged and Loyal Employees

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on November 28, 2013 at 6:22pm

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Comment by Jean Joklik on October 15, 2013 at 4:33pm

Thanks, Jan!  I'm a fan of your (FB) United Noses project! I hope to contribute photos, soon. Nice to see you hear as well! Warmly, Jean

Comment by Jan Somers on October 15, 2013 at 11:38am

Great to see you join us Jean!

I have been working as an independant coach/consultant in Belgium since 1991 and I have met the inspirational Rituu in 2009 (during the world AI conference in Nepal).

Hope to share, connect in common dream and mutually become even more inspired.

Comment by Jean Joklik on October 12, 2013 at 9:30pm

Thank you Rituu for your warm welcome. I live in Columbia, Md, USA. I am thrilled to join this community and look forward to connecting our strengths to support business contributions for positive change in our one dear and precious world.

It is my dream that we may lean in, co-create and scale up a world of inherent worth and dignity for all - interconnected and flourishing. It has never been enough that life is "good for me." I am a passionate advocate for people and organizations to access and activate our collective wisdom and strengths. Together we co-create the learning landscapes that address even the most challenging circumstances. 

Since 1993, I have worked as a consultant through my own business, Joklik and Associates, LLC. We create training and performance support solutions that align organizations and people to achieve desired results in business and in life. If curious to learn more, I invite you to visit my website

As part of the AI certification process that Rituu mentioned when she introduced me, I completed three appreciative interviews for Business as an Agent for World Benefit. It was so inspiring to find qualified business and have those conversations! You can learn more here, and even participate if you are also inspired:

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on October 12, 2013 at 7:59pm

I am pleased to welcome Jean Joklik from Columbia, USA who has joined the Business sector group.

Jean is an instructional systems designer who takes a strength based approach to organizational learning and development. This past year she worked with David Cooperrider and Ron Fry at Case Western Reserve University and was certified in Appreciative Inquiry.

A warm welcome Jean! I invite you to share your dream and experiences with the group.

Comment by Nathalie Legros on September 29, 2013 at 12:31pm
Thanks Rituu!
Inspiring story from Cooperrider;
I love the idea of creating islands of peace;
And, yes, businesses have more and more models to do that; combined with inspiration, it can do great things!
Nice Sunday to all!

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